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India (Meghalaya) - 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 India (Meghalaya)



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summer holiday (end)Saturday July 4, 2015School holidays 
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End of Ramadan (may be changed to the nearest day)*Tuesday July 7, 2015Muslim, Sufi 
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Behdiengkhlam*Thursday July 9, 2015Events, celebrations... 
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U Tirot Sing Day*Friday July 17, 2015Events, celebrations... 
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Behdeinkhlam*Tuesday July 21, 2015cards/flowers 
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Independence Day*Saturday August 15, 2015National Day 
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Summer holiday (end) -
Monday July 4, 2016

School holidays (please double check) :


End of Ramadan (may be changed to the nearest day) -
Thursday July 7, 2016

Muslim, Sufi : Ends the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. There were 30 days of strict fasting from sunup to sundown in honor of the first revelation to the Prophet Mohammed.


Behdiengkhlam -
Saturday July 9, 2016

Culture : The most celebrated religious festival among the Pnars. Behdienkhlam (chasing away the Demon of Cholera) is celebrated annually in July after the sowing period, the most important dance festival of the Jaintia tribes. This festival is also an invocation to God, seeking his blessings for a bumper harvest. The women however do not participate in the dancing, as they have an important function of offering sacrificial food to the spirits of the forefathers. [www.north-east-india.com]


U Tirot Sing Day -
Monday July 17, 2017

Culture : Irot Sing, also known as U Tirot Sing, was one of the chiefs of the Khasi people in the early 18th century. He drew his lineage from the Syiemlieh clan.He was Syiem (chief)of Nongkhlaw, part of the Khasi Hills. His title was Syiem — a constitutional head sharing corporate authority with his Council, generally representatives of leading clans within his territory. Tirot Sing fought against British attempts to take over control of the Khasi Hills [Wikipedia]


Behdeinkhlam -
Friday July 21, 2017

cards/flowers : Agrarian festival that asks God to chase away plagues and diseases and to bless the people with good health and a bountiful


Independence Day -
Monday August 15, 2016

Secular holiday : Commemorates the day in 1947 when India achieved freedom from British rule