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Govt Holidays 2023: Full List of Government Holiday 2023 Out

Government Holiday List 2023 Out – 24 Days of Holiday!! When every new year begins, it is natural for everyone to be curious to know how many holidays there are in it. Accordingly, public holidays and bank holidays for each new year are published in the previous year.

Govt Holidays 2023
Govt Holidays 2023

In the coming year, nearly 24 public holidays have been announced in the state of Maharashtra. This includes public holidays, special holidays for the states, weekends, and holidays. Now, the complete list of holidays published by the Maharashtra state government is given below in detail.

Holiday List 2023:

Date Holiday
Republic Day 26th January
Mahashivratri 18th February
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti 19th February
Holi 7th March
Gudhi Padwa 22nd March
Ram Navami 30th March
Mahavir Jayanti 4th April
Good Friday 7th April
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti 14th April
Ramzan-Id 22nd April
Maharashtra Din 1st May
Buddha Pournima 5th May
Bakri Id 28th June
Moharum 29th July
Independence Day 15th August
Parsi New Year 16th August
Ganesh Chaturthi 19th September
Id-E-Milad 28th September
Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti 2nd October
Dasara 24th October
Diwali Amavasya 12th November
Diwali 14th November
Guru Nanak Jayanti 27th November
Christmas 25th December.

What are Govt Holidays

Government holidays are public holidays that are recognized and observed by the government of a country. These holidays are typically established by law and may include national and religious holidays, as well as other significant events or occasions. Government holidays are typically observed by federal, state, and local governments, as well as schools and other institutions.

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They may include days off from work and school, as well as special events and activities. The specific government holidays that are observed can vary depending on the country, region, or state. Some examples of government holidays include Independence Day in the United States, Christmas Day in many countries, and Labour Day in Canada.

How to Celebrate Govt Holidays

How you celebrate government holidays will depend on the specific holiday and your personal preferences. Some people may choose to celebrate by participating in religious or cultural activities, attending parades or other public events, or spending time with family and friends. Others may use the day as an opportunity to relax and take a break from their usual routines. Some common ways to celebrate government holidays include:

  • Plan a special meal or outing with friends or family.
  • Attend a parade, concert, or other public event.
  • Visit a park, museum, or other attraction.
  • Participate in religious or cultural activities.
  • Take a trip or go on a day trip to a nearby destination.
  • Watch a movie, read a book, or engage in a favorite hobby.
  • Volunteer at a local charity or community organization.

Overall, the best way to celebrate a government holiday is to do something that you enjoy and that brings you happiness and fulfillment.


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