General / Restricted Holidays 2015 Tamilnadu State List:
Here we provide the list of upcoming Government general and restricted holidays for the year 2015 to be followed in the state of Tamilnadu.
The list of Holidays includes leaves for Schools, Colleges, Universities, Bank, public and private sectors across all the districts of Tamilnadu state in India.
15th August 2015:
The Independence Day of India is celebrated every year on 15th August and this year the Independence Day is to be celebrated on 15th August 2015, Saturday.
5th September 2015:
The Krishna Jayanthi also called as Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is celebrated by the Hindus which is the birth date of Krishna the 8th avatar of Vishnu. This year the Krishna Jayanthi will be celebrated on 5th September 2015, Saturday which will be observed as the Government Holiday in the state of Tamilnadu.
17th September 2015:
The Vinayagar Chathurthi or Ganesha Chaturthi is mainly celebrated by the Hindus in honour of the god Ganesha and this year Vinayagar Chathurthi will be celebrated on 17th September 2015, Thursday.
24th September 2015:
The Eid al-Adha 2015 will be started from 23rd September 2015, Wednesday to 24th September 2015, Thursday which is celebrated as Bakrid in Tamilnadu observed as Government holiday.
2nd October 2015:
The Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on occasion of the birthday of M.K. Gandhi on October 2 which is a national holiday and this year it is to be celebrated on 2nd October 2015, Friday.
21st October 2015:
The Ayudha Pooja is an part of Navratri festival celebrated by the Hindus in India and this year Ayudha Pooja is to be celebrated on 21st October 2015, Wednesday.
22nd October 2015:
Followed by the Ayudha Pooja festival Vijaya Dasami will be celebrated on the next day that is on 22nd October 2015, Thursday.
23rd October 2015:
Muharram is the 1st month of the Islamic calendar and the Muharram festival is to be celebrated on 23rd October 2015, Friday.
10th November 2015:
The Diwali is the Hindu festival celebrated every year in India which is the Festival of Lights to be celebrated this year on 10th November 2015, Tuesday.
23rd December 2015:
The Milad-un-Nabi festival this year already celebrated on 4th January 2015, Sunday and also to be celebrated on 23rd December 2015, Wednesday.
25th December 2015:
The Christmas or Christmas Day is celebrated every year by the Christians for the birth of Jesus Christ and this year it is to be celebrated on 25th December 2015, Friday.
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