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Maharashtra – India : Public Holidays in 2013

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Maharashtra is a state in the western region of India. It is the second most populous state after Uttar Pradesh and third largest state by area in India. Maharashtra is the wealthiest state in India. Marathi is state’s the official language.

Maharashtra is bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west, Gujarat and the Union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli to the northwest, Madhya Pradesh to the north and northeast, Chhattisgarh to the east, Karnataka to the south, Andhra Pradesh to the southeast and Goa to the southwest. Mumbai, the capital city of the state, is India’s largest city and the financial capital of the nation. Nagpur is the second (Winter) capital of the state.

Below are the Public Holidays Declared by Maharashtra Government in India in the year 2013 :

General Holidays 2013 -

Maharashtra (India) – General Holidays 2013
Date Day Name
25th January Friday Milad-i-Sherif / Id-e-Milad
26th January Saturday Republic Day
25th February Monday Sant Ravidas Jayanti
27th March Wednesday Holi
29th March Friday Good Friday
11th April Monday Gudi Padwa
19th April Friday Shri Ramnavmi
23rd April Tuesday Mahaveer Jayanti
25th May Saturday Budda Poornima
9th August Friday Id-ul-Fitr*
15th August Thursday Independence Day
21st August Wednesday Raksha Bandhan
28th August Wednesday Shri Krishnajamashtmi
2nd October Wednesday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanthi
16th October Wednesday Bakri Id ( Idul Zuha )*
18th October Friday Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti
14th November Thursday Moharram
25th December Wednesday Christmas
Holidays On Sunday
Date Day Name
10th March Sunday Mahashivratri
14th April Sunday Dr. B.R.Ambedkar Jayanti
13th October Sunday Vijaya Dashami
3rd November Sunday Diwali / Naraka chaturdashi
17th November Sunday Gurunanak Jayanti

Public Holidays 2013 -

Maharashtra (India) – Public Holidays 2013
Date Week Day Name
25th January Friday Milad-i-Sherif / Id-e-Milad
26th January Saturday Republic Day
27th March Wednesday Holi
29th March Friday Good Friday
1st April Monday Annual Closing of Bank’s Accounts
19th April Friday Shri Ramnavmi
23rd April Tuesday Mahaveer Jayanti
25th May Saturday Budda Poornima
9th August Friday Id-ul-Fitr*
15th August Thursday Independence Day
21st August Wednesday Raksha Bandhan
28th August Wednesday Shri Krishnajamashtmi
30th September Monday Half Year Closing of Bank’s Accounts
2nd October Wednesday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanthi
16th October Wednesday Bakri Id ( Idul Zuha )*
14th November Thursday Moharram
25th December Wednesday Christmas

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Author: admin on December 25, 2012
Category: General News


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