Holidays in India 2022 – 2023 : Observance in India, Gazetted Holidays | Sarkari holidays 2022

Holidays in India 2022 – 2023 – This article provides you the state wise list of Holidays in India. The list includes public holidays, bank holidays and school holidays in various states of the country. People can make the best use of their holidays these days and can enjoy various outdoor activities like shopping, traveling etc. To help such people, we are providing the list of all types of holidays in India in 2022 which include National Holidays, Restricted Holidays and Observance Holidays.

Holidays in India 2022: Observance in India, Gazetted Holidays

Check below the complete list of holidays in India 2022 which includes public holidays, gazetted holidays, bank holidays and school holidays.

Gazetted Holidays in India 2022 (National Holidays)

In simple words, we can say that gazetted holidays are those which once decided are mandatory. In India, almost all public and private organizations remain closed on these holidays. Given below is the list of Gazetted Holidays 2022 in India.

Month Wise Government Holidays in 2022

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

National Holidays in India 2022

There are three national holidays in India. The country celebrates Republic Day on 26 January, Independence Day on 15 August and Gandhi Jayanti on 02 October every year.

List of public and government holidays in 2022

There is a comprehensive list of public and government holidays in India. These holidays range from religious festivals to the birthdays of persons of historical importance as well as the foundation days of various states. Here is a list of major public and government holidays in India in 2022.

  • 26 January 2023 – Republic Day
  • 1 March 2022 –  Maha Shivaratri/ Shivaratri
  • 19 March 2022 –  Holi
  • 10 April 2022- Rama Navami
  • 14 April 2022- Mahavir Jayanti
  • 7 April 2022 – Good Friday
  •  3 May 2022– Ramzan ID/ Eid-ul-Fitr
  • 16 May 2022 – Buddha Purnima/ Vesak
  • 10 July 2022- Bakr ID/ Eid – ul – Adha
  • 9 August 2022- Muharram/ Ashura
  • 15th August 2022 – Independence Day
  • 19 August 2022 – Janmashtami
  • 2nd October 2021 – Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti
  • 5 October 2022 – Dussehra
  • 9 October 2022 – Milad un-Nabi/ Eid-e-Milad
  • 25 October 2022 – Diwali/ Deepavali
  • 8 November 2022 – Guru Nanak Jayanti
  • 25 December 2022 – Christmas

Restricted Holidays in India 2022

Restricted Holidays or RHs are those holidays that are optional in nature and can be taken purely atthe discretion of employee. It is not mandatory for any employer to close his/ her organization during these holidays.

  • 1st January 2022 – New Year’s Day
  • 9th January 2022/ 29th December 2022- Guru Govind Singh Jayanti
  • 13th January 2022 – Lohri
  • 17th January 2022 –  Pongal
  • 14th January 2022 – Makar Sankranti
  • 5th February 2022 – Vasant Panchami
  • 16th February 2022  – Guru Ravidas Jayanti
  • 15th February 2022  – Hazarat Ali’s Birthday
  • 19th February 2022  – Shivaji Jayanti
  • 17th March 2022 – Holika Dahan
  • 1st April  – Chaitra Sukhladi
  • 17th April  – Easter Day
  • 14th April  – Baisakhi
  • 14th April – Mesadi
  • 14th April- Bahag Bihu/ Vaisakhadi
  • 29th April- Jamat Ul-Vida
  • 9th May – Birthday of Ravindranath
  • 1st July – Rath Yatra
  • 16th August – Monday – Parsi New Year
  • 10th September 2022 – Onam
  • 11th August 2022 – Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi)
  • 18th August – Janmashtami (Smarta)
  • 31st August –  Ganesh Chaturthi/ Vinayaka Chaturthi
  • 2nd October –  Maha Saptami
  • 3rd October –  Maha Ashtami
  • 4th October –  Maha Navami
  • 9th October –  Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti
  • 13th October – Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chauth)
  • 24th October – Naraka Chaturdashi
  • 26th October – Govardhan Puja
  • 26th October-  Bhai Duj
  • 30th October –  Chhath Puja (Pratihar Sashthi/Surya Sashthi)
  • 24th November – Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day
  • 24th December – Christmas Eve

Observance in India 2022

Observances are not actually holidays but special occasions celebrated on various days in a year. Most of the employers do not observe holidays on these dates.

  • 1st February –Chinese New Year
  • 14th February – Valentine’s Day
  • 14th April – Maundy Thursday
  • 14th April – Ambedkar Jayanti
  • 15th April –  First day of Passover
  • 1st May –  May Day
  • 8th May –  Mother’s Day
  • 19th June –  Father’s Day
  • 13th July –Guru Purnima
  • 7th August – Friendship Day
  • 31st October – Halloween
  • 18th November -First Day of Hanukkah
  • 26th December –  Last day of Hanukkah
  • 31st December – New Year’s Eve

State-Wise List of Holidays 2022

Sl. No State-Wise Holidays List (Public holidays, bank holidays, school holidays)
1. Arunachal Pradesh holidays list
2. Andhra Pradesh holidays list
3. Assam holidays list
4. Bihar holidays list
5. Chhattisgarh holidays list
6. Gujarat holidays list
7. Goa holidays list
8. Himachal Pradesh holidays list
9. Haryana holidays list
10. Jharkhand holidays list
11. Karnataka holidays list
12. Kerala holidays list
13. Maharashtra holidays list
14. Madhya Pradesh holidays list
15. Meghalaya holidays list
16. Manipur holidays list
17. Mizoram holidays list
18. Nagaland holidays list
19. Odisha holidays list
20. Punjab holidays list
21. Rajasthan holidays list
22. Sikkim holidays list
23. Tamil Nadu holidays list
24. Telangana holidays list
25. Tripura holidays list
26. Uttarakhand holidays list
27. Uttar Pradesh holidays list
28. West Bengal holidays list
29. Delhi holidays list

 

Hindus celebrate a large number of festivals across the country. Hindu festivals have one or more periodic, mythological and religious significance. The usage and attached symbolism, the observance of the festival and the intensity and style of the celebration vary from region to region within the nation.

Listed below are the popular Hindu Festival Holidays 2022:

DAY DATE HOLIDAY
Thursday January 13, 2022 Boghi
Friday January 14, 2022 Makarsankranti / Boghi
Saturday January 15, 2022 Surya Pongal
Sunday January 16,2022 Mattu Pongal
Monday January 17, 2022 Kaanum Pongal
Tuesday January 18, 2022 Thaipusam
Saturday February 05, 2022 Vasant Panchami
Tuesday March 01, 2022 Maha Shivaratri
Thursday March 17, 2022 Holika Dahan
Friday March 18, 2022 Holi
Tuesday March 22, 2022 Hindi New Year
Saturday April 02, 2022 Ugadi / Gudi Padwa / Telugu New Year
Sunday April 10, 2022 Hanuman Jayanti
Sunday April 10, 2022 Ramanavami
Thursday April 14, 2022 Vaisakhi / Baisakhi / Vishu
Thursday April 14, 2022 Tamil New Year
Friday April 15, 2022 Bengali New Year / Bihu
Tuesday May 03, 2022 Akshaya Tritiya
Monday May 30, 2022 Savitri Pooja
Friday July 01, 2022 Puri Rath Yatra
Wednesday July 13, 2022 Guru Purnima
Tuesday August 02, 2022 Nag Panchami
Thursday August 11, 2022 Raksha Bandhan
Friday August 12, 2022 Varalakshmi Vrat
Friday August 19, 2022 Krishna Janmashtami
Wednesday August 31, 2022 Ganesh Chaturthi
Thursday September 08, 2022 Onam
Saturday September 17, 2022 Vishwakarma Puja
Sunday September 25, 2022 Mahalaya Amavasya
Monday September 26, 2022 Navaratri begins
Tuesday october 04, 2022 Navaratri ends / Maha Navami
Wednesday october 05, 2022 Dusshera
Sunday october 09, 2022 Sharad Purnima
Thursday october 13, 2022 Karwa Chauth
Saturday october 22, 2022 Dhan Teras
Monday october 24, 2022 Diwali
Wednesday october 26, 2022 Bhai Dooj
Sunday october 30, 2022 Chhath Puja
November 08, 2022 Kartik Poornima
Saturday December 03, 2022 Geeta Jayanti
Friday December 16, 2022 Dhanu Sankranti

Popular Islamic Festival Holidays in India 2022

The most popular Islamic festival holidays in India and their dates in 2022 are given below:

DAY DATE HOLIDAY
Monday February 28, 2022 Lailat al Miraj
Friday March 18, 2022 Lailat al Bara’ah
Saturday April 02, 2022 Ramadan (start)
Thursday April 28, 2022 Laylat al Qadr
Monday May 02, 2022 Eid-al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)
Friday July 08, 2022 Waqf al Arafa – Hajj
Saturday July 09, 2022 Eid-al-Adha
Saturday July 30, 2022 Hijra – Islamic New Year
August 08, 2022 Day of Ashura / Muharram
Saturday october 08, 2022 Milad un Nabi

List of Trading Holidays 2022

Popular Sikh Holidays 2022 in India | Sarkari Holidays in Punjab

The most popular Sikh holidays in India and their dates in 2022 are given below:

DAY DATE HOLIDAY
Sunday January 09, 2022 Guru Gobind Singh Birthday
Friday January 14, 2022 Maghi – Lohri
Monday January 31, 2022 Guru Har Rai Birthday
Friday March 18, 2022 Holi
Saturday March 19, 2022 Hola Mohalla
Thursday April 14, 2022 Vaisakhi
Monday April 18, 2022 Birthday of Guru Angad Dev
Friday Jun 03, 2022 Martyrdom of Guru ArJanuary Dev Sahib
Thursday october 20, 2022 Birth of the Guru Granth
Monday october 24, 2022 Diwali
November 08, 2022 Guru Nanak Birthday
Thursday November 24, 2022 Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib

Sarkari Holidays 2022 Haryana

The most popular holidays in India and their dates in 2022 are given below:

DAY DATE HOLIDAY
Sunday January 09, 2022 Guru Gobind Singh Birthday
Friday January 14, 2022 Maghi – Lohri
Monday January 31, 2022 Guru Har Rai Birthday
Friday March 18, 2022 Holi
Saturday March 19, 2022 Hola Mohalla
Thursday April 14, 2022 Vaisakhi
Monday April 18, 2022 Birthday of Guru Angad Dev
Friday Jun 03, 2022 Martyrdom of Guru ArJanuary Dev Sahib
Thursday october 20, 2022 Birth of the Guru Granth
Monday october 24, 2022 Diwali
November 08, 2022 Guru Nanak Birthday
Thursday November 24, 2022 Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib

Popular Christian Holidays 2022 in India

The most popular Christian holidays in India and their dates in 2022 are given below:

DAY DATE HOLIDAY
Thursday January 06, 2022 Epiphany
Sunday January 09, 2022 The Baptism of Jesus
Wednesday February 02, 2022 Candlemas
Monday February 14, 2022 St. Valentine’s Day
Wednesday March 02, 2022 Ash Wednesday
Thursday March 17, 2022 St. Patrick’s Day
Saturday March 19, 2022 St. Joseph’s Day
Sunday April 10, 2022 Palm Sunday
Thursday April 14, 2022 Maundy (Holy) Thursday
Friday April 15, 2022 Good Friday
Sunday April 17, 2022 Easter
Monday April 18, 2022 Easter Monday
Saturday April 23, 2022 St. George’s Day
Thursday May 26, 2022 Ascension of Jesus
Sunday Jun 05, 2022 Pentecost
Sunday Jun 12, 2022 Trinity Sunday
Thursday Jun 16, 2022 Corpus Christi
Wednesday Jun 29, 2022 Saints Peter and Paul
Friday July 15, 2022 Saint Vladimir
Monday July 25, 2022 St. James the Great Day
Monday August 01, 2022 Lammas
Monday August 15, 2022 The Assumption of Mary
Wednesday September 14, 2022 Holy Cross Day
Thursday September 29, 2022 Michael and All Angels
Monday october 31, 2022 All Hallows Eve
Tuesday November 01, 2022 All Saints’ Day
Wednesday November 02, 2022 All Souls’ Day
Sunday November 20, 2022 Christ the King
Thursday November 24, 2022 Thanksgiving (USA)
Sunday November 27, 2022 Advent – first Sunday
Wednesday November 30, 2022 St. Andrew’s Day
Tuesday Dec 06, 2022 St. Nicholas Day
Saturday Dec 24, 2022 Christmas Eve
Sunday Dec 25, 2022 Christmas
Dec 28, 2022 Holy Innocents
Saturday Dec 31, 2022 Watch Night

Popular Buddhist Holidays in India 2022

The most popular Buddhist holidays in India and their dates in 2022 are given below:

DAY DATE HOLIDAY
Monday January 10, 2022 Bodhi Day
Tuesday January 18, 2022 Mahayana New Year
Tuesday February 01, 2022 Chinese New Year
Tuesday February 15, 2022 Nirvana Day
Wednesday February 16, 2022 Magha Puja Day
Saturday April 16, 2022 Theravada New Year
Monday May 16, 2022 Vesak – Buddha Day
July 13, 2022 Asala – Dharma Day
Saturday August 13, 2022 Obon

Popular Jain Holidays 2022 in India

The most popular Jain holidays in India and their dates in 2022 are given below:

Date Holiday Day
05 January 2022 Yatindra Sureshwar Diwas, Tristuti Wednesday
09 January 2022 Shri Rajendra Surishwar Diwas Sunday
14 January 2022 Rohini Vrat Friday
29 January 2022 Shitalnath Janma Tapa Saturday
30 January 2022 Meru Trayodashi, Adinath Nirvana Kalyanak Sunday
31 January 2022 Rishabhdev Moksha Monday
07 February 2022 Maryada Mahotsava Monday
10 February 2022 Rohini Vrat Thursday
15 February 2022 Shri Jitendra Rath Yatra Tuesday
09 March 2022 Phalguna Ashtahnika Begins Wednesday
10 March 2022 Rohini Vrat Thursday
17 March 2022 Phalguna Chaumasi Chaudas Thursday
18 March 2022 Phalguna Ashtahnika Ends Friday
25 March 2022 Varshitapa Arambha Friday
06 April 2022 Dashlakshan Begins, Rohini Vrat Wednesday
08 April 2022 Chaitra Navapada Oli Begins Friday
14 April 2022 Mahavir Jayanti Thursday
15 April 2022 Dashlakshan Ends Friday
16 April 2022 Chaitra Navapada Oli Ends Saturday
03 May 2022 Rohini Vrat, Varshitapa Parana, Akshaya Tritiya Tuesday
11 May 2022 Shri Mahavira Swami Kevalagyan Wednesday
31 May 2022 Rohini Vrat Tuesday
27 June 2022 Rohini Vrat Monday
6 July 2022 Ashadha Ashtahnhika Begins Wednesday
12 July 2022 Ashadha Chaumasi Chaudas Tuesday
13 July 2022 Ashadha Ashtahnika Ends Wednesday
24 July 2022 Rohini Vrat Sunday
04 August 2022 Parshvanath Moksha Thursday
20 August 2022 Rohini Vrat Saturday
24 August 2022 Paryushana Parvarambha Wednesday
28 August 2022 Kalpasutra Path, Samvatsari Sunday
29 August 2022 Tailadhar Tapa Monday
31 August 2022 Dashlakshan Begins Wednesday
01 September 2022 Samvatsari Parva Thursday
09 September 2022 Dashlakshan Ends, Anant Chaturdashi Friday
17 September 2022 Rohini Vrat Saturday
02 October Ashwina Navapada Oli Begins Sunday
09 October 2022 Ashwina Navapada Oli Ends Sunday
14 October 2022 Rohini Vrat Friday
24 October 2022 Lakshmi Puja, Diwali Monday
25 October 2022 Mahavira Nirvana Jayanti Tuesday
26 October 2022 Gujarati New Year Wednesday
29 October 2022 Gyan Panchami/ Saubhagya Panchami, Labh Panchami Saturday
31 October 2022 Kartika Ashtahnika Begins Monday
01 November 2022 Kartika Ashtahnika Begins Tuesday
07 November 2022 Kartika Chaumasi Chaudas Monday
08 November 2022 Kartika Ashtahnika Ends, Kartika Ratha Yatra Tuesday
10 November 2022 Rohini Vrat Thursday
03 December 2022 Maun Ekadashi Saturday
08 December 2022 Rohini Vrat Thursday
19 December 2022 Parshvanath Jayanti Monday

10 Popular Festivals of India 2022

India, the second most popular country in the world, has many religions, festivals and customs. Most of the festivals across the country are common among all the communities. The 10 biggest festivals of the country include Diwali, Holi, Maha Shivratri, Ramzan, Raksha Bandhan, Durga Puja, Dussehra, Krishna Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi and Baisakhi.

Gazetted holidays 2022 in India

Date Name Type
26 Jan Thursday Republic Day Gazetted Holiday
18 Feb Saturday Maha Shivaratri/Shivaratri Gazetted Holiday
8 Mar Wednesday Holi Gazetted Holiday
30 Mar Thursday Rama Navami Gazetted Holiday
4 Apr Tuesday Mahavir Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
7 Apr Friday Good Friday Gazetted Holiday
22 Apr Saturday Ramzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
5 May Friday Buddha Purnima/Vesak Gazetted Holiday
29 Jun Thursday Bakr Id/Eid ul-Adha (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
28 Jul Friday Muharram/Ashura (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
15 Aug Tuesday Independence Day Gazetted Holiday
7 Sep Thursday Janmashtami Gazetted Holiday
27 Sep Wednesday Milad un-Nabi/Id-e-Milad (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
2 Oct Monday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
24 Oct Tuesday Dussehra Gazetted Holiday
12 Nov Sunday Diwali/Deepavali Gazetted Holiday
27 Nov Monday Guru Nanak Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
25 Dec Monday Christmas Gazetted Holiday

Diwali, the festival of lights, is usually celebrated in the month of October or November every year. It is a 5-day Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. In North India, Diwali is celebrated to honor the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana.

Holi, the festival of colours, is usually celebrated in the month of March every year. During this festival, people burn idols, lighthouses and douse each other with water bills and water.

Maha Shivtri means the night of Lord Shiva. Devotees from all over the country visit Shiva temples and offer Bilva leaves to Lord Shiva. There is extensive dancing and singing to keep people awake all night.

Ramadan is a month of fasting for the Islamic community. Muslims abstain from drinking, eating and smoking during the month. The festival aims to teach the community of Islam about humility, patience and spirituality to God.

Gazetted holidays 2022 in India

Date Name Type
26 Jan Thursday Republic Day Gazetted Holiday
18 Feb Saturday Maha Shivaratri/Shivaratri Gazetted Holiday
8 Mar Wednesday Holi Gazetted Holiday
30 Mar Thursday Rama Navami Gazetted Holiday
4 Apr Tuesday Mahavir Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
7 Apr Friday Good Friday Gazetted Holiday
22 Apr Saturday Ramzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
5 May Friday Buddha Purnima/Vesak Gazetted Holiday
29 Jun Thursday Bakr Id/Eid ul-Adha (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
28 Jul Friday Muharram/Ashura (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
15 Aug Tuesday Independence Day Gazetted Holiday
7 Sep Thursday Janmashtami Gazetted Holiday
27 Sep Wednesday Milad un-Nabi/Id-e-Milad (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
2 Oct Monday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
24 Oct Tuesday Dussehra Gazetted Holiday
12 Nov Sunday Diwali/Deepavali Gazetted Holiday
27 Nov Monday Guru Nanak Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
25 Dec Monday Christmas Gazetted Holiday

Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the love, bond and affection between sisters and brothers. This festival is usually celebrated every year in the month of August. On this day sisters tie rakhi on the wrists of brothers.

Navratri is celebrated for nine days, with three each dedicated to the worship of Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and Durga, the goddess of valor.

Dussehra, a Hindu festival, celebrates the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana. The festival also marks the victory of Goddess Durga over Mahishasura. Mysore is a famous place to celebrate this festival with friends and families.

Ganesh Chaturthi, a Hindu festival, marks the birthday of Lord Ganesha or Lord Ganapati. This festival is celebrated by the worshipers of Lord Shiva and worshipers of Lord Vishnu. Baisakhi, an ancient harvest festival, marks the new year for the Sikh community

Holidays and Observances in India in 2023

Date Name Type
1 Jan Sunday New Year’s Day Restricted Holiday
14 Jan Saturday Lohri Restricted Holiday
15 Jan Sunday Pongal Restricted Holiday
15 Jan Sunday Makar Sankranti Restricted Holiday
22 Jan Sunday Lunar New Year Observance
25 Jan Wednesday Vasant Panchami Restricted Holiday
26 Jan Thursday Republic Day Gazetted Holiday
4 Feb Saturday Hazarat Ali’s Birthday Restricted Holiday
5 Feb Sunday Guru Ravidas Jayanti Restricted Holiday
14 Feb Tuesday Valentine’s Day Observance
15 Feb Wednesday Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti Restricted Holiday
18 Feb Saturday Maha Shivaratri/Shivaratri Gazetted Holiday
19 Feb Sunday Shivaji Jayanti Restricted Holiday
7 Mar Tuesday Dolyatra Restricted Holiday
7 Mar Tuesday Holika Dahana Restricted Holiday
8 Mar Wednesday Holi Gazetted Holiday
21 Mar Tuesday March Equinox Season
22 Mar Wednesday Chaitra Sukhladi Restricted Holiday
22 Mar Wednesday Ugadi Restricted Holiday
22 Mar Wednesday Gudi Padwa Restricted Holiday
30 Mar Thursday Rama Navami Gazetted Holiday
4 Apr Tuesday Mahavir Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
6 Apr Thursday First day of Passover Observance
6 Apr Thursday Maundy Thursday Observance, Christian
7 Apr Friday Good Friday Gazetted Holiday
9 Apr Sunday Easter Day Restricted Holiday
14 Apr Friday Vaisakhi Restricted Holiday
14 Apr Friday Ambedkar Jayanti Observance
21 Apr Friday Jamat Ul-Vida (Tentative Date) Restricted Holiday
22 Apr Saturday Ramzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
22 Apr Saturday Ramzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar (Tentative Date) Muslim, Common local holiday
1 May Monday International Worker’s Day Observance
5 May Friday Buddha Purnima/Vesak Gazetted Holiday
9 May Tuesday Birthday of Rabindranath Restricted Holiday
14 May Sunday Mother’s Day Observance
18 Jun Sunday Father’s Day Observance
20 Jun Tuesday Rath Yatra Restricted Holiday
21 Jun Wednesday June Solstice Season
29 Jun Thursday Bakr Id/Eid ul-Adha (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
3 Jul Monday Guru Purnima Observance
28 Jul Friday Muharram/Ashura (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
6 Aug Sunday Friendship Day Observance
15 Aug Tuesday Independence Day Gazetted Holiday
16 Aug Wednesday Parsi New Year Restricted Holiday
29 Aug Tuesday Onam Restricted Holiday
30 Aug Wednesday Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Restricted Holiday
6 Sep Wednesday Janmashtami (Smarta) Restricted Holiday
7 Sep Thursday Janmashtami Gazetted Holiday
19 Sep Tuesday Ganesh Chaturthi/Vinayaka Chaturthi Restricted Holiday
23 Sep Saturday September Equinox Season
27 Sep Wednesday Milad un-Nabi/Id-e-Milad (Tentative Date) Gazetted Holiday
2 Oct Monday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
15 Oct Sunday First Day of Sharad Navratri Observance, Hinduism
20 Oct Friday First Day of Durga Puja Festivities Observance, Hinduism
21 Oct Saturday Maha Saptami Restricted Holiday
22 Oct Sunday Maha Ashtami Restricted Holiday
23 Oct Monday Maha Navami Restricted Holiday
24 Oct Tuesday Dussehra Gazetted Holiday
28 Oct Saturday Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti Restricted Holiday
31 Oct Tuesday Halloween Observance
1 Nov Wednesday Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chauth) Restricted Holiday
12 Nov Sunday Naraka Chaturdasi Restricted Holiday
12 Nov Sunday Diwali/Deepavali Gazetted Holiday
14 Nov Tuesday Govardhan Puja Restricted Holiday
14 Nov Tuesday Bhai Duj Restricted Holiday
19 Nov Sunday Chhat Puja (Pratihar Sashthi/Surya Sashthi) Restricted Holiday
24 Nov Friday Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day Restricted Holiday
27 Nov Monday Guru Nanak Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
8 Dec Friday First Day of Hanukkah Observance
15 Dec Friday Last day of Hanukkah Observance
22 Dec Friday December Solstice Season
24 Dec Sunday Christmas Eve Restricted Holiday
25 Dec Monday Christmas Gazetted Holiday
31 Dec Sunday New Year’s Eve Observance

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