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Monday 14 June 2021


  • 01 — Saint Justin Martyr's Day (Western Christian and New Calendarist Eastern Christian): commemoration of the Christian philosopher who was martyred in Rome in 166.
  • 04 (21 Jeth) — 1984 Ghallughara (Sikh): commemoration of the 1984 attack on Sri Akal Takht Sahib.
  • 06 (23 Jeth) — Shaheedi Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji (Sikh).
  • 11 (28 Jeth) — Gurgadi Guru Hargobind Sahib (Sikh): the installation of the sixth Guru in 1606.
  • 11 — Saint Barnabas' Day (Western Christian and New Calendarist Eastern Christian): celebration of the apostle, missionary and companion of Saint Paul. Eastern churches usually celebrate Saint Bartholomew as well today.
  • 14 (1 June Julian) — Saint Justin Martyr's Day (Old Calendarist Eastern Christian): commemoration of the Christian philosopher who was martyred in Rome in 166.
  • 16 (2 Harh) — Martyrdom of Guru Arjun Sahib (Sikh): commemoration of the death of the fifth Guru in 1606 whilst imprisoned by Mughal Emperor Jehangir.
  • 19New Church Day (Swedenborgian Christian): annual commemoration of Emanuel Swedenborg's The True Christian Religion in 1770.
  • 21Litha (Pagan): Pagan midsummer festival.
  • 24 — Midsummer's Day (Northern Europe): this is an ancient celebration of the Summer Solstice in Nordic and Baltic countries. It is often linked with the feast of John the Baptist, see below.
  • 24 — Birth of John the Baptist (Western Christian and New Calendarist Eastern Christian): celebration of John the Baptist's birth.
  • 24 — Saints Bartholomew and Barnabas' Day (Old Calendarist Eastern Christian): celebration of the apostles.
  • 25 (11 Harh) — Shaheedi Baba Banda Singh Ji Bahadur (Sikh).
  • 27 — Saint Cyril of Alexandria's Day (Christian).
  • 28 — Saint Irenaeus' Day (Christian).
  • 29 (11 Tir) — Maidyoshahem or Midsummer Festival (Fasli Zoroastrian): celebration summer and Hordad, creator of water and patron of wholeness and health. The celebration continues for five days, until 3 July.
  • 29Saints Peter and Paul's Day (Western Christian and New Calendarist Eastern Christian): combined celebration of the two best known apostles. Sometimes Saint Peter is celebrated alone.
  • 29 (15 Harh) — Barsi Maharaja Ranjit Singh Ji (Sikh).

(Update) visit also the Gregorian Calendar for a total overview.

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