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Bank/Public Holidays & Long Weekends 2017 in India

Overview 2017 Long Weekends in India

We don't always remember to check out calendars, finding long weekends popping up at random. That's why it's helpful to have a list of the long weekends that may approach throughout the year. Here is a list of all the long weekends throughout India during the year of 2017.

Know The Date & Celebrate!

There are 4 long weekends throughout the year of 2017. This is the perfect chance for you to plan out your year!

Friday, February 24

Maha Shivaratri is a proud celebration for Shiva. It's celebrated throughout the day, but the majority of the celebrations take place during the night hours. There are many festivals all over India on this particular day. The long weekend is often met with prayer time. It's common that people take the extra day off work to participate in the festivals and activities. Mandi is the most common place for celebration and many will choose to attend specific festivities over this long weekend.

Friday, April 14

Good Friday marks the beginning of a long weekend. Now, many individuals in India don't observe Good Friday. Although it's a day off in many areas, due to the Christian popularity within India. This is a great chance to take a break from life. It's a good time to travel for many individuals. This can be with family members, or alone. This can be to new countries, or even visiting locations within India. Or, if you'd rather, you can just sit back and relax for the weekend.

Monday, October 2

Mahatma Gandhi's birthday is a great time of celebration. He was an honorable human being who helped India to gain their independence. This day celebrates the accomplishments of his life. Many choose to read his teachings and visit temples. It marks the final day of a long weekend. Many people travel to different areas on this weekend. It's particularly common to travel to specific temples, where Gandhi would preach.

Monday, December 25

Christmas, while being a Christian holiday, is a long weekend. It lands on a Monday in 2017, marking a long weekend. Many individuals in India do not observe Christmas. For these individuals, it's a great chance to spend extra time with the family. This can be done through traveling, or staying home. There are some cities in India that celebrate Christmas, including parades and mall decorations. You may wish to attend festivities with the family, even if it's not your practiced religion.

Holiday planner (calendar per states) 2017

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  1. Below choose the region and year in which you want to plan your holiday
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  3. Now, with a click on the calendar, set your holidays (click again to remove the selected day). With each selected vacation day, you can see the result in the "Calculation" field. You can also save or print out your plans later.
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Detailed list next long weekends & holidays per states in India 2017

When? What? Where? Comments
Sunday, 1. January 2017 New Year's Day Restricted Holiday
Saturday, 14. January 2017 Pongal Restricted Holiday
Saturday, 14. January 2017 Makar Sankranti Restricted Holiday
Thursday, 26. January 2017 Republic Day Gazetted Holiday possible long weekend
Wednesday, 1. February 2017 Vasant Panchami Restricted Holiday
Friday, 10. February 2017 Guru Ravidas Jayanti Restricted Holiday long weekend
Sunday, 19. February 2017 Shivaji Jayanti Restricted Holiday
Tuesday, 21. February 2017 Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti Restricted Holiday possible long weekend
Friday, 24. February 2017 Maha Shivaratri/Shivaratri Gazetted Holiday long weekend
Sunday, 12. March 2017 Holika Dahana Restricted Holiday
Monday, 13. March 2017 Dolyatra Restricted Holiday long weekend
Tuesday, 28. March 2017 Chaitra Sukhladi Restricted Holiday possible long weekend
Sunday, 9. April 2017 Mahavir Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
Tuesday, 11. April 2017 Hazarat Ali's Birthday Restricted Holiday possible long weekend
Thursday, 13. April 2017 Vaisakhi Restricted Holiday possible long weekend
Friday, 14. April 2017 Good Friday Gazetted Holiday long weekend
Saturday, 15. April 2017 Mesadi/Vaisakhadi Restricted Holiday
Sunday, 16. April 2017 Easter Day Restricted Holiday
Wednesday, 10. May 2017 Buddha Purnima/Vesak Gazetted Holiday
Friday, 23. June 2017 Jamat Ul-Vida Restricted Holiday long weekend
Sunday, 25. June 2017 Rath Yatra Restricted Holiday
Monday, 7. August 2017 Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Restricted Holiday long weekend
Tuesday, 15. August 2017 Independence Day Gazetted Holiday possible long weekend
Tuesday, 15. August 2017 Janmashtami Gazetted Holiday possible long weekend
Friday, 25. August 2017 Ganesh Chaturthi/Vinayaka Chaturthi Restricted Holiday long weekend
Saturday, 2. September 2017 Bakr Id/Eid ul-Adha Gazetted Holiday
Monday, 4. September 2017 Onam Restricted Holiday long weekend
Wednesday, 27. September 2017 Maha Saptami Restricted Holiday
Friday, 29. September 2017 Maha Navami Restricted Holiday long weekend
Saturday, 30. September 2017 Dussehra (Maha Navami) Gazetted Holiday
Sunday, 1. October 2017 Muharram/Ashura Gazetted Holiday
Monday, 2. October 2017 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti Gazetted Holiday long weekend
Thursday, 5. October 2017 Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti Restricted Holiday possible long weekend
Sunday, 8. October 2017 Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chauth) Restricted Holiday
Wednesday, 18. October 2017 Naraka Chaturdasi Restricted Holiday
Thursday, 19. October 2017 Diwali/Deepavali Gazetted Holiday possible long weekend
Friday, 20. October 2017 Govardhan Puja Restricted Holiday long weekend
Saturday, 21. October 2017 Bhai Duj Restricted Holiday
Thursday, 26. October 2017 Chhat Puja (Pratihar Sashthi/Surya Sashthi) Restricted Holiday possible long weekend
Saturday, 4. November 2017 Guru Nanak Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
Friday, 24. November 2017 Guru Tegh Bahadur's Martyrdom Day Restricted Holiday long weekend
Saturday, 2. December 2017 Milad un-Nabi/Id-e-Milad Gazetted Holiday
Sunday, 24. December 2017 Christmas Eve Restricted Holiday
Monday, 25. December 2017 Christmas Gazetted Holiday long weekend
Arunachal Pradesh Holidays 2017 Andhra Pradesh Holidays 2017 Assam Holidays 2017 Bihar Holidays 2017
Chhattisgarh Holidays 2017 Goa Holidays 2017 Gujarat Holidays 2017 Haryana Holidays 2017
Himachal Pradesh Holidays 2017 Jammu and Kashmir Holidays 2017 Jharkhand Holidays 2017 Karnataka Holidays 2017
Kerala Holidays 2017 Madhya Pradesh Holidays 2017 Maharashtra Holidays 2017 Manipur Holidays 2017
Meghalaya Holidays 2017 Mizoram Holidays 2017 Nagaland Holidays 2017 Odisha Holidays 2017
Punjab Holidays 2017 Rajasthan Holidays 2017 Sikkim Holidays 2017 Tamil Nadu Holidays 2017
Telangana Holidays 2017 Tripura Holidays 2017 Uttar Pradesh Holidays 2017 Uttarakhand Holidays 2017
West Bengal Holidays 2017

 

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