Important Events Of May-31


World Tobacco Abolition Day

By Tomasz Steifer, Gdansk [GFDL (, CC-BY-SA-3.0 ( or CC BY 2.5 (], from Wikimedia Commons
  • World Tobacco Abolition Day is observed around the world every year on 31 May.
  • Tobacco has a chemical called nicotine . This is a drug.
  • Therefore, if you use tobacco you are easily addicted to this.
  • There are 28 types of cancer in tobacco.
  • The member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) created World No Tobacco Day in 1987.
  • Tobacco is the second most important cause of human deaths in the world.
  • The World Day of Evacuation Day is celebrated on May 31 to bring the harm of tobacco to people .

Walt Whitman Birth Day


  • He was born on May 31, 1819  in Huntington at New York, USA.
By George C. Cox (1851–1903, photo)Adam Cuerden (1979-, restoration) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons


  • He is an American poet, journalist and columnist.
  • He is considered the forerunner of the American New Testament.
  • He was a school teacher, government clerk, and volunteer nurse in the American Civil War.
  • In 1842 he wrote a novel inspired by Franklin Evans.
  • In 1855 his most prominent poem was Leaves of Grass (Leaves of Graves).
  • Whitman’s attempt to pass an epic read of ordinary people led to the creation of the Lewes of Cross.
  • Whitman was involved in politics,opposed slavery in the US.
  • Everyone has been emphasized on the basis of ethnicity in his works.
By J. W. Black of Black and Batchelder (Feinberg-Whitman Collection (Library of Congress)) [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons


  • He died on March 26, 1892 (age 72).

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