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Myanmar (Kachin) - 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 Myanmar (Kachin)



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Union Day*Thursday February 12, 2015Secular holiday 
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Paesants' Day*Monday March 2, 2015Secular holiday 
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Taboung Fullmoon Day*Thursday March 12, 2015Secular holiday 
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Armed Forces Day (Tatmadaw Day)*Friday March 27, 2015Secular holiday 
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Union Day -
Monday February 12, 2018

Secular holiday : Celebrates Bogyoke Aung San's short-lived achievement of unifying Myanmar's disparate racial groups. For two weeks preceding Union Day, the national flag is paraded from town to town.


Paesants' Day -
Thursday March 2, 2017

Secular holiday : In tribute the the country's main human resource.


Taboung Fullmoon Day -
Sunday March 12, 2017

Secular holiday : The lunar month of Tabaung (Taboung) brings the annual Shwedagon Festival, the largest paya pwe (pagoda festival) in Myanmar. The full-moon day in Tabaung is also an auspicious occasion for the construction of new payas and local paya festivals are held. Taboung or Tabaung is a local month fallin in February-March.


Armed Forces Day (Tatmadaw Day) -
Monday March 27, 2017

Secular holiday : Resistance or Armed Forces Day, celebrated with parades and firework. Since 1989, the Tatmadaw has made it is tradition to pardon a number of prisoners on Armed Forces Day.