Hello, September is the 3rd of the 4th month to have a length of 30 days and is also the ninth month according to the Gregorian and Julian calendar. Northern Hemisphere experiences the season equivalent to March in Southern hemisphere.
September is also known as the beginning of the meteorological spring which is observed on 1 September every year. September starts with the start of the academic year in most of the countries wherein children go back to school after their summer break and Teacher’s day is also celebrated on 5th September in most of the countries like India.
The name September is taken from the Latin word “septem’ as it was originally the seventh of the ten months in the Roman calendar but later January and February were added and September ultimately became the ninth month.
September is also known by many other names such as septembre in Middle English, Gerst monath by Anglo-Saxons, settembre in Italian and septiembre in Spanish. Considering the beginning of a new love month after summers morning glory and forget-me-not are the birth flowers and Sapphire which denotes clear thinking is the birthstone for this month.
Many important days of National importance for different countries are also observed this month. For instance, we have National Disease literacy month which is to spread awareness about various health hazards and diseases to the world on a global platform. Similarly, we have International Literacy Day to make people aware of the importance of education.
September 2019 Calendar Template
Printable September Calendar 2019 Template
We also have some unofficial holidays which are confined to certain regions or maybe small countries like Cheese pizza day, Teddy Bear Day, Swap ideas Day and National Peanut Day. Native American Day which is also one important day in the United States is marked on the fourth Friday of September. One of my favourite days is “Ask a Stupid Question Day” falls around the last week of September.
Some of the unknown facts about this month include William Taft who was the only president of the United States born on September 15, 1857.
Arthur Wellesley was the only UK Prime minister who died in September. Coming to Mother Nature there is an interesting fact about September which is that most of the part of the Arctic Ocean is free from ice in the month of September and the quantity of ice is at the minimum during this month in the entire year. Also, this is the only month when thunderstorms are more frequent in Great Britain.
September being the month governed by Virgo and Mercury as zodiac sign has some special people on earth with special qualities. People born are September are said to be extremely polite and stay close to the truth with the belief they had to be real in this world and not fake.
They love anything they have on the plate but often get bored very easily. They are very affectionate and have a great passion for reading books. They are also sometimes called Bookworms. If things don’t go by the books September born people tend to get angry and may create a goof-up sometimes which they can easily manage in the latter course. But these people are always open to offer their greatness to others and make someone feel overwhelmed of course.