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About Victory Day
On November 3rd, 1988, a terrorist group from Sri Lanka attacked the Maldives government. They attempted to overthrow the Maldivian Government, but did not succeed. When they failed in their profession, they jump from this country. "Victory Day" has to be marked in relation to this incident. The Maldives of Islamic country which means alcohol is not permitted in public places, so those who wish to honor the fallen on Victory Day with a drink can do so privately. It has been twenty years since a number of Maldivians shed their blood for the independence which we enjoy today. We should take a moment to thank those who saved, protected and assisted us on 3rd November 1988. We pay tribute to the eight soldiers and eleven civilians who fell for us twenty years ago, we should not forget that heroes and still live among us. Victory Day remembers the victory against a terrorists attack on November 3 1998. The Maldives festivals are extremely colorful and filled with fun, excitement and enjoyment. People come together to have a great time and enjoy with friends and relatives. November 3rd is still remembered by the people. is an online calendar website designed to organize special occasions like Victory Day. Customize Victory Day reminders, Victory Day gift suggestions, Victory Day event planning, Victory Day history and tradition. Plan, organize and celebrate special occasions and holidays like Victory Day online at Create a free account and set a calendar reminder for Victory Day.
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