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National Mango Day
Every year July 22 is dedicated to National Mango Day. The mangoes are juicy, sweet fruits with a seed at the center and they are one of the many species of tropical trees.
Mangoes are grown widely in frost-free tropical climates. It makes India more suitable for cultivation. Mangoes have their native to South Asia from where the mangoes are distributed worldwide. Mango is the national fruit of India, Pakistan, and the Philippines.
In India, mangoes are commonly harvested during the months March-May. Nearly half of the world’s population enjoys mangoes that are harvested in India. There are around 100 varieties of mangoes grown in India. China is the second-largest mango producer.
Ripe and unripe mangoes consumed directly as well as cooked as dishes. Skin, seed, the sap of mangoes are also used to make Ayurvedic medicines. Hence celebrate National Mango Day with any mango-based dish.
National Refreshment Day
It is observed on the fourth Thursday of July and is primarily intended to be a day of enjoyment and of course, refreshments during the hottest time of the year. The fourth Thursday of July is celebrated as National Refreshment Day. The National Refreshment Day celebrates moments of ice, cold refreshment, especially a nice cold beer. These are the simple pleasures that everyone loves and cherishes.
National Refreshment Day was first observed in May 2015. A beer company, Traveler Beer created this day to make the customers relish on refreshment on this day as it feels the most perfect way of refreshment is having a new variety of beer.
Stress management is a must, everyone needs to detoxify stress at regular intervals. For some people, a single bottled beer is enough to refresh their mind and body. For some of them, simply silence means refreshment.
Pi Approximation Day
Pi Approximation Day on July 22 honors the concept of Pi or pie, which is denoted by the Greek letter pi and approximates to 3.14. The numbers in the date (3/14) match the first three digits of the mathematical constant pi (π). It’s a great day to appreciate the math concept used so regularly in many calculations, and eat some delicious pie!
Pi has been known for nearly 4000 years in some form or another. Ancient Babylonians used it — approximated to 3.125, to calculate the dimensions of circles. It was around 250 B.C. that pi was first calculated by one of the greatest ancient mathematicians, Archimedes of Syracuse. He found that pi fell somewhere between 3 1/7 and 3 10/71. Pi is occasionally referred to as the ‘Archimedes’ Constant.’
The first time pi was computed by a machine was in 1957, when George Reitwiesner and John von Neumann used an ENIAC computer to compute 2,037 digits of pi. Many intrepid mathematicians followed. By 1973, a million digits were reached with this method.