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The Month of August in United States
August is the eighth month of each year as per the currently followed Gregorian calendar. It has 31 days. July-August is the only pair of consecutive months in a single year which has same number of days.
August got its name from the first emperor of the Roman empire, Augustus Caesar. Earlier, its original name was Sextilis in Latin. In the ancient Roman calendar, it was the 6th month of each year and hence the name Sextilis. Later, it was changed to August in honor of the great Augustus Caesar around 8 BCE.
In the ancient Roman calendar also, when its name was Sextilis, August had 31 days. Later, it became the eighth month of each year instead of sixth month but with a length of only 29 days. This happened when January and February became the starting months of year and joined the calendar. In 45 BCE, Julius Caesar added 2 more days to the month to make it a month with 31 days. After 37 years, it was given a new name “August” in honor of Augustus Caesar in 8 BCE.
August is a very busy month in terms of tourism in America. A very large number of tourists come to the United States and many Americans go out in foreign countries as tourists. It’s because of the fact that August falls in the Summer Vacations period of the students. Most of the tourist spots are a little more crowded in August in comparison to the remaining months.
August Facts in Common year:
Starts on a day of week which does not match with the starting day of any of the remaining months.
Ends on same day of week as November.
August in Leap year facts:
Starts on same day of week as February.
Ends on same day of week as November.
It is just like a miracle that both in leap and common years, August ends on same day of week as November.
August Birth Flower: Gladiolus or Poppy. The birth flower of August is a symbol of Love, Marriage, Strength, Family, and Beauty.
August Birthstone: Peridot or Onyx
Assumption of Mary in the USA
When Is Assumption of Mary 2019?
Assumption of Mary 2019: Thu, 15 Aug 2019
Catholic churches celebrate the Assumptions of Mary in America on August 15 every year. They celebrate it in honor of the Mother of Jesus, Mary’s rise into heaven. Many states celebrate the feast with parades, fireworks, dancing, music, and artwork shows.
There is no official public holiday on August 15 in the USA, therefore, Schools, Government offices and businesses run like normal days. The rules regarding which side of the road you can park are suspended for the day.
The biggest celebration of the Assumption of Mary happens in Cleveland, Ohio. There, people celebrate this festival for four days straight starting from August 12.
Victory Day in the USA
When Is Victory Day 2019?
Victory Day 2019: Mon, 12 Aug 2019
Americans celebrate Victory Day or VJ Day in America to mark the annual anniversary of Allies’ victory against Japan in WWII. It was followed by deadly atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and August 9 respectively in 1945. Victory Day comes annually on every second Monday of August.
It is a public holiday in no states but Rhode Island. All Schools and most of the businesses stay close on this day in Rhode Island. A commemorative ceremony is also conducted for the veterans of the war on this day. This year, it is on 12 August. Last year, it was on 13 August and Next year, it will be on 10 August.
Eid al-Adha in the USA
When Is Eid al-Adha 2019?
Eid al-Adha 2019: Sun, 11 Aug 2019
It is a festival of Muslims. This year, it is on 11 August, Sunday. It is a feast of sacrifice where Muslims recall Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son to Allah. It is a public holiday in New York City Schools. Most of the organizations belonging to Muslims stay closed.
Eid Al-Adha also marks the end of Hajj pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia. Muslims celebrate the festival by wearing their traditional clothes, doing prayers, handing out gifts, sharing meals and happiness with each other. It is a three-day feast. Muslims sacrifice animals permitted for food like lambs, goats etc to thank their God for his mercy inside the three days of celebration.