List of Gazetted Holidays 2021

2021 is just round the corner. It’s almost here to give us all a fresh start. And with the fresh start, comes the fresh planning. The planning of our holidays, trips, relaxing at home, party or doing that long pending clean-up of the room or maybe that salon session. Apart from this, festive planning too starts well in advance. Plans for shopping, visiting family and friends, get-together or hometown visits. But the thing that comes up most as a speed breaker to our plans are the holidays. Here is the List of Gazetted Holidays 2021.

We often keep thinking of applying for a leave, should we finalize the plan or not. Or many such doubts pop in our heads. We keep a check regularly on the holiday calendars to plan in advance. So, this time we got it sorted for you and listed all the Gazetted Holidays 2021. Therefore, now plan your year 2021 well with us as you have the list of Gazetted Holidays 2021 ready with you in your pockets. 

What is a Gazetted Holiday? – List of Gazetted Holidays 2021

Calendar of 2021 for the List of Gazetted Holidays 2021
Calendar 2021

A Gazetted Holiday is a mandatory holiday set by the Government. In simple terms, a day that you will get an official holiday no matter what. All the employees, students and workers get a compulsory day off. The organizations, banks and schools do not operate on this day. Hence, the employees and students get to relax at home. 

So, here are the Gazetted Holidays that India will observe in 2021.

List of Gazetted Holidays 2021

S. NO.DATEDAYHOLIDAY
126-JanTuesdayRepublic Day
211-MarThursdayMaha Shivaratri/Shivaratri
329-MarMondayHoli
402-AprFridayGood Friday
521-AprWednesdayRama Navami
625-AprSundayMahavir Jayanti
714-MayFridayRamzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar
826-MayWednesdayBuddha Purnima/Vesak
921-JulWednesdayBakr Id/Eid ul-Adha (Tentative Date)
1015-AugSundayIndependence Day
1119-AugThursdayMuharram/Ashura (Tentative Date)
1230-AugMondayJanmashtami
1302-OctSaturdayMahatma Gandhi Jayanti
1415-OctFridayDussehra
1519-OctTuesdayMilad un-Nabi/Id-e-Milad (Tentative Date)
1604-NovThursdayDiwali/Deepavali
1719-NovFridayGuru Nanak Jayanti
1825-DecSaturdayChristmas

Please Note: Following calendar has been prepared after thorough research but some of the festivals & holidays are subject to vary depending on the positioning of the moon and the decision of the Government or respective organisations.

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