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India (Tamil Nadu) - bank and public holidays of the world - 1970-2070

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Full calendar of public and bank holidays of the world (and banks closures), from 1970 until 2070 for India (Tamil Nadu)



Banks are NOT working on 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month.
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The 2018 calendar published on this site has been confirmed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
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Weekend: Saturday & Sunday

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Chennai Tennis Open*Sunday January 1, 2017Sports events 
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New Year's Day**Sunday January 1, 2017Secular holiday 
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New Year's Day**Sunday January 1, 2017School holidays 
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Harvest festival*Saturday January 14, 2017Hinduism 
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Magh Bihu/Tusu Puja - Pongal*Sunday January 15, 2017Hinduism 
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Thiruvalluvar*Monday January 16, 2017Secular holiday 
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Republic Day*Thursday January 26, 2017Secular holiday 
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Chennai Tennis Open -
Monday January 1, 2018

Sports events : Http://www.atptennis.com 2018 edition confirmed


New Year's Day -
Tuesday January 1, 2019

Secular holiday : The world's most widely celebrated holiday, New Years was set on January 1 by Julius Caesar because that was the date the Roman consuls took over their duties. A number of restricted holidays apply to civil servants, such as: Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Basant Panchami/Sri Panchami, Guru Ravidas’s Birthday, Swami Dayananda Sarawati Jayanti, Shivaji Jayanti, Holika Dahan/Dolyatra, Chaitra Sukladi/Gudi Padava/Ugadi/Cheti Chand, , Ram Navami, Easter Sunday, Hazarat Ali’s Birthday, Vaisakhi/Vishu/Mesadi, Vaisakhadi(Bengal)/ Bahag Bihu (Assam), Guru Rabindranath’s Birthday, Jamat-Ul-Vida, Rath Yatra, Parsi New Year’s day/Nauraj, Onam or Thiru Onam Day, Raksha Bandhan, Vinayaka Chaturthi/ Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussehra (Maha Saptami) (Additional), Dussehra (Maha Ashtami) (Additional), Dussehra (Maha Navmi), Maharishi Valmiki’s Birthday, Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chouth), Deepavali (South India), Naraka Chaturdasi, Govardhan Puja, Bhai Duj, Pratihar Sashthi or Surya Sashthi (Chhat Puja), Guru Teg Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day, Christmas Eve


New Year's Day -
Tuesday January 1, 2019

School holidays : Www.tndte.gov.in
Official calendar
Schooling is mandatory till age 14
Teaching languages: Tamil, English
schools are open on Saturday
school uniforms required
confirmed till June 2018


Harvest festival -
Sunday January 14, 2018

Hinduism : Makar Sankranti: apart from a harvest festival is also regarded as the beginning of an auspicious phase in Indian culture, it is said as the 'holy phase of transition'. It marks the end of an inauspicious phase which according to the Hindu calendar begins around mid-December. [Wikipedia]


Magh Bihu/Tusu Puja - Pongal -
Monday January 15, 2018

Hinduism : The symbol is the movement from one place to another which leads to meeting someone or something. The sun leaves its present constellation to get into Sakranti .


Thiruvalluvar -
Tuesday January 16, 2018

Secular holiday : A celebrated Tamil poet who wrote the Thirukkural, a work on ethics in Tamil literature. [Wikipedia]


Republic Day -
Friday January 26, 2018

Secular holiday : It was the Lahore Session of the Indian National Congress at midnight of December 31, 1929 - January 1, 1930, that the Tri-Colour Flag was unfurled by the nationalists and a pledge taken that every year on January 26, the Independence Day would be celebrated and that the people would unceasingly strive for the establishment of a Sovereign Democratic Republic of India. The professed pledge was successfully redeemed on January 26, 1950, when the Constitution of India framed by the Constituent Assembly of India came into force, although the Independence from the British rule was achieved on August 15, 1947. It is because of this that August 15 is celebrated as Independence Day, while January 26 as Republic Day. www.indiaa2z.com