Holiday Calendar 2021: 2021 Is Full Of Holidays, See Full Year Calendar-In a few days, the year 2020 will now end and the new year will begin. The year 2020 is full of ups and downs. Due to Corona virus, most people have spent this year living in their homes and towards 2021, people are looking very hopefully.
People are eagerly waiting for the new year holidays so that they can make a plan to move around. This year, only two holidays are falling on Sundays, so more holidays will not be wasted. Let’s take a look at the holiday calendar of 2021.
January, February, March Holidays– In the month of January, there is just one holiday and that Republic Day holiday. In 2021, 26 January is falling on a Tuesday, so you can plan a 4-day holiday by taking a Monday holiday. There is no holiday in February this year. There are 2 holidays in the month of March. Mahashivaratri is falling on Thursday, March 11, while Holi is falling on Sunday, March 28.
Holiday Calendar 2021: 2021 Is Full Of Holidays, See Full Year Calendar
In April, May and June 2021, the holidays are the holidays in the month of April. Good Friday on 2 April, Ambedkar Jayanti on 14 April and Ram Navami on 21 April. Both these holidays are falling on Wednesday. On the 12th of May in the month of May, Wednesday is the holiday of Eid-ul-Fitr, while on 26th of May, Wednesday is the holiday of Buddha Purnima. There is no holiday in the month of June.
July – 2021 is just a holiday in the month of July. On Wednesday, July 21 of this month is the festival of Eid-ul Juha (Bakrid).
August, September – People will not get the holiday of August 15 this time because this day is Sunday. Muharram is the day of Thursday on August 19, in such a situation you can plan to go somewhere by taking a Friday vacation. This year, Janmashtami festival falls on Monday, August 30. There is no holiday in September.
October month holiday – October 2 is Gandhi Jayanti on Saturday. On Thursday, October 7 is Agrasen Jayanti. Dussehra is a festival on Friday, 15 October. This week you can plan a three-day holiday. On October 19, Eid-e-Milad is on Tuesday and October 20 is Maharishi Balmiki Jayanti on Wednesday.
The festival of Diwali in November and December – 2021 is falling on Thursday, November 4. This week too, you can plan for four days by taking Friday vacation. On 20 December in 2021, the Christmas festival falls on Saturday, a holiday for people will be reduced.
Restricted Holiday – New Year (Friday) on January 1, January 13 – Lohri (Wednesday), January 14 – Pongal and Makar Sankranti (Thursday), January 20 – Guru Govind Singh Jayanti (Wednesday), Vasant Panchami – 16 February (Tuesday), Holiday on Shivaji Jayanti – 19 February (Friday), Hazrat Ali’s birthday – 26 February (Friday), Guru Ravidas Jayanti – 27 February (Saturday), Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti – 8 March (Monday), Holika Dahan – 28 March (Sunday), Easter Day – 4 April (Sunday), Chaitra Sukhaldi – 13 April (Tuesday), Vaisakhi – 14 April (Wednesday), Parsi New Year – 16 August (Monday), Onam – 21 August (Saturday) , Ganesh Chaturthi – 10 September (Friday), Maha Saptami – 12 October (Tuesday) to Maha Navami – 14 October (Thursday), Karva Chauth – 24 October (Sunday), Narak Chaturdashi – 4 November (Thursday), Govardhan Puja – 5 November (Friday), BhaiDuj – 6 November (Saturday), Chhath Puja – 10 November (Wednesday), Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day – 20 November (Wednesday), Christmas Eve – 24 December (Friday).