The employees of private, government and non-government organisations get certain kinds of holidays during their work tenures. Holidays help them to maintain an appropriate work-life balance. Many research studies emphasised the relevance of enhancing the balance between life and work. A break from the routine life enables employees to augment productivity. Working professionals can make use of various types of holidays to go on a trip with their friends and families. What are the types of holidays in India? There are three types of holidays fundamentally, which include national holidays, regional holidays and bank holidays.
List Of Holidays In September 2019
The following table outlines the holidays in September 2019:
|1 September 2019||Sunday||Muharram||A big festival for the Shia Muslim Community|
|1 September 2019||Sunday||Teej||Observed in Haryana|
|2 September 2019||Monday||Ganesh Chaturthi||Observed in many states|
|3 September 2019||Tuesday||Nuakhai||Observed in Haryana|
|7 September 2019||Saturday||Birthday of Baba Sri Chand||Observed in Punjab|
|10 September 2019||Tuesday||Muharram (Tenth Day)||The day of Ashura|
|11 September 2019||Tuesday||Thiruvonam||Harvest festival observed in Kerala|
|12 September 2019||Thursday||Third Onam||Harvest festival observed in Kerala|
|12 September 2019||Thursday||Saragarhi Day||Punjab holiday|
|13 September 2019||Friday||Fourth Onam||Harvest festival observed in Kerala|
|14 September 2019||Saturday||Raksha Bandhan||Observed in Uttar Pradesh (UP), Rajasthan (RJ), Madhya Pradesh (MP), Uttarakhand (UK)|
|20 September 2019||Friday||Shree Narayana Guru Samadhi||Observed in Kerala|
|23 September 2019||Monday||Martyrdom Day of Haryana heroes||Observed in Haryana|
|28 September 2019||Saturday||Birthday of Bhagat Singh||Observed in Punjab|
|29 September 2019||Sunday||Mahalaya||Observed in West Bengal (WB), Tripura, Odisha, Karnataka (KA)|
|29 September 2019||Sunday||Jayanti of Maharaja Agrasen||Observed in Haryana (HR), Punjab (PB), Rajasthan (RJ)|
Bank Holidays September 2019
The following table outlines the bank holidays in September 2019:
|02 September 2019||Monday||Ganesh Chaturthi Holiday||Puducherry, Odisha, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Telangana, Gujarat, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu|
|03 September 2019||Tuesday||Nuakhai||Observed in Odisha|
|03 September 2019||Tuesday||Ganesh Chaturthi Holiday||Observed in Goa|
|07 September 2019||Saturday||Baba Sri Chand Ji Jayanti||Observed in Punjab|
|08 September 2019||Wednesday||Ramdev Jayanti||Observed in Rajasthan|
|08 September 2019||Wednesday||Teja Dashmi||Observed in Rajasthan|
|10 September 2019||Tuesday||First Onam||Observed in Kerala|
|10 September 2019||Tuesday||Muharram||National except for West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim, Punjab, Daman and Diu, Kerala, Nagaland, Puducherry, Tripura|
|11 September 2019||Wednesday||Thiruvonam||Observed in Kerala|
|12 September 2019||Thursday||Indra Jatra||Observed in Sikkim|
|13 September 2019||Friday||Sree Narayana Guru Jayanti||Observed in Kerala|
|21 September 2019||Saturday||Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi||Observed in Kerala|
|23 September 2019||Monday||Heroes’ Martyrdom Day||Observed in Haryana|
|28 September 2019||Saturday||S Bhagat Singh Ji Birthday||Observed in Punjab|
|28 September 2019||Saturday||Mahalaya Amavasya||West Bengal, Tripura, Odisha, Karnataka|
|28 September 2019||Saturday||First Day of Bathukamma||Observed in Telangana|
Banks will observe weekend holidays on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month. Bank holidays are observed on 14 September 2019, which falls on the second Saturday, and 28 September 2019, which falls on the fourth Saturday of the month.
On a bank holiday, banks or financial institutions will remain closed to the public. Bank holidays slightly differ within Indian states based on regional holidays. During bank holidays, ATMs shall be open to the public service.
In India, national holidays are three in number: Independence Day, Republic Day and Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti. Independence Day is celebrated in the month of August. Republic Day and Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti are celebrated every year in the months of January and October. September, the ninth month of the year, has no national holiday. Regional and bank holidays are state-specific. The central and state governments have unveiled the calendar of holidays for the year 2019. This page gives readers the most sought-after details related to various types of holidays in September 2019.
Why Do You Need The Calendar Of Holidays In September 2019?
Yes, the calendar of holidays in September is required for all classes of people. It is extremely useful for working professionals. Let’s assume you are working in Bangalore and your place of origin is Delhi. In this case, the calendar of holidays helps you reserve a travel ticket in advance to spend holidays with your families and friends. Some people prefer going on a vacation during holidays. Even retired people and businessmen can also make use of the list of holidays in September 2019.
Brief Description Of September Holidays 2019
- Muharram: Muharram is considered to the first month according to the Islamic calendar. It is observed through abstinence and mourning.
- Teej: Teej is an important festival falling this month. It commemorates the day when Goddess Parvati was accepted by Lord Shiva. Married Hindu women pray for their husbands in the Western and Northern regions of India.
- Ganesh Chaturthi: Ganesh Chaturthi, also called Vinayaka Chaturthi, is a prime Hindu festival commemorating the birth of Lord Ganesh. The festival lasts for 11 days in Karnataka. The devotees of Lord Ganesh will install the idols of Lord Ganesh at their homes and public places.
- Nuakhai: Naukhai is observed by the farmers in some parts of India. It is popularly celebrated in Boudh, Bargarh, Kalahandi and Sundargarh in Odisha.
- Raksha Bandhan: Raksha Bandhan usually falls on the final day of the Shraavana month and signifies the bond between brothers and sisters.
- Mahalaya: Mahalaya is a public holiday in September in Karnataka, West Bengal, Odisha and Tripura. The festival denotes the commencement of the festival of Durga Puja and the completion of Pitru Paksha.
Note: Aforementioned are the major September holidays 2019.
List Of Holidays In September 2018
|01 September 2018||Saturday||Prakash Utsav Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji||Punjab|
|02 September 2018||Sunday||Srikrishna Jayanthi||Odisha, Kerala|
|02 September 2018||Sunday||Janmashtami||Tamil Nadu|
|03 September 2018||Monday||Janmashtami||Restricted holiday|
|10 September 2018||Monday||Birthday of Baba Sri Chand Ji||Punjab|
|11 September 2018||Tuesday||Muharram|
|12 September 2018||Wednesday||Teej||Haryana|
|12 September 2018||Wednesday||Saragarhi Day|
|13 September 2018||Thursday||Ganesh Chaturthi|
|14 September 2018||Friday||Nuakhai||Odisha|
|20 September 2018||Thursday||Muharram|
|21 September 2018||Friday||Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi||Kerala|
|21 September 2018||Friday||Muharram||Many states|
|23 September 2018||Sunday||Haryana’s Hero’s Martyrdom||Haryana|
Bank Holidays September 2018
The following table outlines the bank holidays in September 2018:
List Of Holidays In September 2018
|03 September 2018||Monday||Janmashtami||PB|
|13 September 2018||Thursday||Ganesh Chaturthi||OR, DN, GA, KA, OR, MH, TG, TN, MZ|
|14 September 2018||Friday||Nuakhai||OR|
|14 September 2018||Friday||Ganesh Chaturthi||GA|
|18 September 2018||Tuesday||Baba Sri Chand Ji Jayanti||PB|
|19 September 2018||Wednesday||Ramdev Jayanti||RJ|
|19 September 2018||Wednesday||Teja Dashmi||RJ|
|21 September 2018||Friday||Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi||KL|
|21 September 2018||Friday||Muharram||WB, GA, AS, GA, JH, KL, MN, TR, WB, UK|
|23 September 2018||Sunday||Heroes’ Martyrdom Day||HR|
|28 September 2018||Friday||S Bhagat Singh Birthday||PB|
The aforementioned dates of regional public and restricted holidays have been taken from the most authenticated and latest references. There is a possibility that the holiday dates for certain Islamic festivals and the festivals of other communities may be revised later on. We are not responsible under such circumstances.