World Vegan Day 2022 : 1st November

World Vegan Day is celebrated every year on 1st November to encourage people to follow a vegetarian lifestyle and spread awareness about vegetarianism. The day is dedicated to the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products and exploitation of animals.

Theme :

Theme of the year 2022 is ‘Future Normal’.

History :

World Vegen Day originated in England in 1994, when vegan animal rights activist Louise Wallis established the day to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the vegan society. As president of the Vegan Society, he emphasized the continued existence of a vegetarian association and drew attention to the fact that the word ‘vegan’ found its way into the English language that year. Since then, November 1, 1994 is celebrated as World Vegen Day, which provides an opportunity to all vegetarians around the world to celebrate and promote vegetarianism with all its positive aspects.

Significance :

Vegenism is said to have existed for over 2000 years. Prominent figures such as the famous Greek mathematician, and philosopher Pythagoras believed in vegetarianism which is committed to never harming animals.

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