January 25 is a special day for the Arubans. It's Betico Croes Day, the birth anniversary of Betico Croes, an Aruban politician activist, who advocated the separation of Aruba from the Netherlands Antilles.
On January 25 each year, Robert Burns Day is celebrated. This celebration is dedicated to the national poet of Scotland Robert Burns therefore it is most popular in Scotland, although celebrations may be held in other parts of the UK and even abroad.
You may think that Irish were enjoying Irish coffee for ages, but it's not truth. In fact it was made in the era around World War II. Anyway it doesn't make National Irish Coffee Day on January 25 less appealing.
While most people celebrate Valentine's Day, the Welsh have their own equivalent of this holiday. On January 25, they celebrate Saint Dwynwen's Day (Dydd Santes Dwynwen). Saint Dwynwen is the Welsh patron saint of love and lovers.
National Voter's Day in India is celebrated annually on January 25. This observance was introduced by the Election Commission in 2011. The date was chosen to commemorate the foundation day of the Commission.