All about October 01, 2001: Significant Events, Facts, Analysis and Date Notations

Full information about the date October 01, 2001

1 October 2001 was 7848 days (or 5575 business days) before today. Check the detailed calculation of days between Today and 1 October, 2001. The following analysis is provided by AlarmDaddy for the date 1st of October.

October 01, 2001 on the calendar:
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Facts about October 01, 2001:

  • 1st October, 2001 falls on Monday which is a Weekday.
  • That was 40th (Fortieth) week of year 2001.
  • It's 273rd (Two Hundred Seventy-third) Day of the year.
  • There are 31 days in the month of October 2001. Checkout the days in other months of 2001 along with days in October 2001.
  • Year 2001 has 365 days in total.
  • The month October was 10th month of Year 2001.
  • The month October is also known as Oktober, Actoobar, Actuber, Uktober, Oktower, oktobro, oktobro, october, Octobre, meno deka, Oktobra, otobre, Listop├Ąts and tobul across the Globe.
  • Country-wise Date Representation of October 01 across the World:

    Country Names Notation of the Date Long Date Format Short Date Format
    The United States of America (USA) MDY (MM-DD-YYYY) (a.k.a. middle-endian)
    and
    YMD (YYYY-MM-DD) (a.k.a. big-endian)
    October 01, 2001
    and
    2001 October 01
    October 01
    Some U.S. Island Territories MDY (MM-DD-YYYY) (a.k.a. middle-endian) October 01, 2001 October 01
    Europe: Italy, Ukraine, Romania, Netherlands, and others
    North America: Mexico, various Caribbean islands
    Central America: Guatemala, Honduras, and others
    South America: Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, and others
    North Africa: Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and others
    West, Central, and Southern Africa: Nigeria, Ethiopia, DRC, Tanzania, Sudan, Uganda, and others
    West Asia: Turkey, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and others
    Central Asia: Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan
    East and Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, and others
    South Asia: Pakistan, Bangladesh
    Oceania: Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and others
    DMY (DD-MM-YYYY) (a.k.a. little-endian) 1 October 2001 01 October
    China, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, Hungary, Mongolia, Lithuania and Bhutan YMD (YYYY-MM-DD) (a.k.a. big-endian) 2001 October 01 October 01
    Bharat (India), Russia, Vietnam, Germany, Iran, France, United Kingdom, Myanmar, Spain, Poland, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Cameroon, Sri Lanka, others DMY (DD-MM-YYYY) (a.k.a. little-endian)
    and
    YMD (YYYY-MM-DD) (a.k.a. big-endian)
    1 October 2001
    and
    2001 October 01
    01 October
    and
    October 01
    Philippines, Malaysia, Somalia, Togo, Panama, Puerto Rico, Cayman Islands, Greenland DMY (DD-MM-YYYY) (a.k.a. little-endian)
    and
    MDY (MM-DD-YYYY) (a.k.a. middle-endian)
    1 October 2001
    and
    October 01, 2001
    01 October
    and
    October 01
    South Africa, Kenya, Canada, Ghana MDY (MM-DD-YYYY) (a.k.a. middle-endian)
    and
    YMD (YYYY-MM-DD) (a.k.a. big-endian)
    and
    DMY (DD-MM-YYYY) (a.k.a. little-endian)
    October 01, 2001
    and
    2001 October 01
    and
    1 October 2001
    October 01
    and
    01 October
  • Year 2001 was NOT a Leap Year.
    Note: In a Leap Year there are 366 days (a year, occurring once every four years, which has 366 days including 29 February as an intercalary day.), rest years have 365 days.
  • Year 2024 will be the nearest future leap year.

Today on the calendar:

28 March, 2023

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Lucky colors for October 01, 2001

On 1 October 2001, you can wear dresses of the following colors to offer you good luck and ultimately enhance your day: Saffron (Kesariya), Orange, and Red.

Preview of the lucky colors

Saffron (Kesariya)

or
Orange
or
Red

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