You surely know someone who shares the same birthday as you, but do you know which day the most people in the world celebrate their birthday? And what is the rarest birthday?
According to a research, in a group of 23 people, there is a 50% chance that two people have the same birthday.
According to data from the US Social Security Administration, there are three days in the month of September in which the most anniversaries are celebrated, with the first number being September 9, the second being the 19th and the third being September 12. Birthdays happen.
According to experts, the three days of September have come out with regard to the most birthdays, but this month is not counted as a month with more births, but August has the most number of children born in the month.
Experts cite the annual December holiday around the world as the main reason for more babies being born in August, which allows couples to spend time with each other and bond, followed by July and third. The highest number of babies are born in September.
The rarest birthday is the leap day of February 29, which occurs every four years, with the least number of people celebrating their birthdays, while the month of February usually ends on the 28th.
December 25 is the day on which very few people celebrate their birthdays, after February’s Leap Day, and it is considered one of the rarest birthdays.
Very few people have birthdays on January 1st and December 24th and these two days are also among the rare birthdays.
It should be noted that the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s birthday is also December 25 and the former Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Nawaz Sharif also celebrates his birthday on the same day.
The ten dates when most people celebrate their birthdays: