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Bangladesh - bank and public holidays of the world - 1970-2070

full calendar of public and bank holidays of the world (and banks closures), from 1970 until 2070 for Bangladesh



The Muslim community may choose a holiday among: Akheri Chahar Shomba, Fateha-e-Yazdaham, Shab-e-Meraj, for Eid al-Fitr, 30 Nov for Eid ul-Adha.
The Hindu community may choose a holiday among: Saraswati Puja, Shivratri, Doljatra, Mahalaya, Nobomi, Laxmi Puja and Shyama Puja.
The Christian community may choose a holiday among: New Year, Ash Wednesday, Easter, Christmas.
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beginning of school yearFriday September 5, 2014School holidays 
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general strikeSaturday September 6, 2014Secular holiday 
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general strikeSaturday September 6, 2014Secular holiday 
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Eid-ul-Adha - Feast of the Sacrifice (may be changed to the nearest day)Thursday September 11, 2014Muslim, Sufi 
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Eid-ul-Adha - Feast of the Sacrifice (may be changed to the nearest day)*Friday September 12, 2014Muslim, Sufi 
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Eid-ul-Adha - Feast of the Sacrifice (may be changed to the nearest day)*Saturday September 13, 2014Muslim, Sufi 
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Civil Servants holidaySunday September 14, 2014Muslim, Sufi 
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Civil Servants holidayMonday September 15, 2014Muslim, Sufi 
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El am Hejir New Year (may be changed to the nearest day)Friday October 3, 2014cards/flowers 
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optional holiday*Saturday October 4, 2014Hinduism 
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Ashura*Saturday October 11, 2014Muslim, Sufi 
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mid-term holiday (beginning)Monday October 27, 2014School holidays 
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optional holiday*Thursday October 30, 2014Hinduism 
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Beginning of school year -
Monday September 5, 2016

School holidays (please double check) :


General strike -
Tuesday September 6, 2016

Secular holiday :


General strike -
Tuesday September 6, 2016

Secular holiday :


Eid-ul-Adha - Feast of the Sacrifice (may be changed to the nearest day) -
Sunday September 11, 2016

Muslim, Sufi :


Eid-ul-Adha - Feast of the Sacrifice (may be changed to the nearest day) -
Monday September 12, 2016

Muslim, Sufi : The second main celebration of Islam. It celebrates Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son in obedience to God. Muslims make their annual pilgrimage, or the Hajj , to Makkah (Mecca) in Saudi Arabia.


Eid-ul-Adha - Feast of the Sacrifice (may be changed to the nearest day) -
Tuesday September 13, 2016

Muslim, Sufi : The second main celebration of Islam. It celebrates Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son in obedience to God. Muslims make their annual pilgrimage, or the Hajj , to Makkah (Mecca) in Saudi Arabia.


Civil Servants holiday -
Wednesday September 14, 2016

Muslim, Sufi :


Civil Servants holiday -
Thursday September 15, 2016

Muslim, Sufi :


El am Hejir New Year (may be changed to the nearest day) -
Monday October 3, 2016

cards/flowers :


Optional holiday -
Tuesday October 4, 2016

Hinduism : Pitru Paksha - Mohaloya


Ashura -
Tuesday October 11, 2016

Muslim, Sufi : Martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali, killed in the year 680 in Kerbala (Iraq) during his fight against injustice.


Mid-term holiday (beginning) -
Thursday October 27, 2016

School holidays (please double check) :


Optional holiday -
Sunday October 30, 2016

Hinduism : Kali Puja was introduced in Bengal during the 18th century, by King (Raja) Krishnachandra of Navadvipa.[2] Kali Puja gained popularity in the 19th century, with Krishanachandra’s grandson Ishvarchandra and the Bengali elite; wealthy landowners began patronizing the festival on a grand scale.[4] Along with Durga Puja, now - Kali Puja is the biggest goddess festival in Bengal.