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World Fraternity and Apology Day

World Fraternity and Apology Day has been celebrated on the 14th September to remind people that remaining united as brothers will bring about a significant change in the society. And it also ascertains the fact that a simple work of being sorry can work wonders in relationships in the society. As...

World Fraternity and Apology Day

World Fraternity and Apology Day has been celebrated on the 14th September to remind people that remaining united as brothers will bring about a significant change in the society. And it also ascertains the fact that a simple work of being sorry can work wonders in relationships in the society. As a means to remind people to carry forwards such ethos, people have been celebrating 14th September as the World Fraternity and Apology Day, in various parts of the world. They do so with their own methods and the primary aim is to go about carrying on with the work for bringing good things into the social set up.
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http://importantdays.indialist.org/world-fraternity-and-apology-day-september-14/

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