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India (Manipur) - 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 (Manipur)



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Name Date Kind
summer holiday (end)Sunday September 13, 2020School holidays 
Banks Inventory DayWednesday September 30, 2020Banks only 
Mahatma Gandhi Birth Anniversary*Friday October 2, 2020Secular holiday 
GhatasthapanaWednesday October 7, 2020Hinduism 
Durga Puja (Astami) - Mahastami*Tuesday October 13, 2020Hinduism 
Deepavali/Dipabali*Sunday October 25, 2020Hinduism 
Maharishi Balmiki/Kannada Rajyothsava/Mera Houchongba/Kut*Sunday November 1, 2020Secular holiday 
Deepavali/Dipabali*Wednesday November 4, 2020Hinduism 
Deepavali/Dipabali*Wednesday November 4, 2020Hinduism 
Bhai Teeka/Panchak Yama*Friday November 6, 2020Hinduism 
banks are closed*Friday November 6, 2020Banks only 
Nupi Lal*Saturday December 12, 2020Events, celebrations... 
winter holiday (beginning)Thursday December 17, 2020School holidays 
Christmas Day*Friday December 25, 2020Catholic or protestant 
banks are closedThursday December 31, 2020Banks only 

Summer holiday (end) -
Monday September 13, 2021

School holidays :


Banks Inventory Day -
Thursday September 30, 2021

Banks only :


Mahatma Gandhi Birth Anniversary -
Saturday October 2, 2021

Secular holiday : He is the man who played a significant role in achiveing independence for India from the British Empire with his simplicity and strong will power. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as 'Bapu' or 'Father of the nation', was born on the 2nd of October in 1869, in Porbunder, Gujarat. He studied law in U.K and practiced law in South Africa. But he left his profession and returned to India to join the Indian freedom struggle. Gandhiji was a preacher of truth and 'Ahimsa'(non-violence). He started the 'Satyagraha' movement for the Indian freedom struggle. He believed in living a simple life and in 'Swadeshi'. He proved to the world that freedom can be achieved through the path of non-violence. Gandhiji is a symbol of peace and truth. www.indiaa2z.com


Ghatasthapana -
Thursday October 7, 2021

Hinduism :


Durga Puja (Astami) - Mahastami -
Wednesday October 13, 2021

Hinduism : The main festival in Bengal in tribute to goddess Durga. Bengalis celebrate with new clothes and other gifts which are worn on the evenings when the family goes out to see the pandals (temporary structures set up to venerate Durga).


Deepavali/Dipabali -
Monday October 25, 2021

Hinduism : The Light festival starts with festivities. The week celebrates 1.Dhanteras, 2.Kali Chaudas, 3.Deepavali, 4.Navu-Varsha (new year), 5.Bhai-beej. The Vai cast is mainly concerned. May last several days


Maharishi Balmiki/Kannada Rajyothsava/Mera Houchongba/Kut -
Monday November 1, 2021

Secular holiday : A special occasion for kannadigas as it is on this day that the state came into being. Karnataka was formed on 1st November 1956 when the Government of India decided to form linguistic states.


Deepavali/Dipabali -
Thursday November 4, 2021

Hinduism : The Light festival starts with festivities. The week celebrates 1.Dhanteras, 2.Kali Chaudas, 3.Deepavali, 4.Navu-Varsha (new year), 5.Bhai-beej. The Vai cast is mainly concerned. May last several days


Deepavali/Dipabali -
Thursday November 4, 2021

Hinduism : The Light festival starts with festivities. The week celebrates 1.Dhanteras, 2.Kali Chaudas, 3.Deepavali, 4.Navu-Varsha (new year), 5.Bhai-beej. The Vai cast is mainly concerned. May last several days


Bhai Teeka/Panchak Yama -
Saturday November 6, 2021

Hinduism : Called Bhaubeej in India, this is a Bhai Bij legend in Hindu mythology: after slaying Narkasur, Lord Krishna visited his sister Subhadra who gave him a warm welcome with sweets and flowers. She also affectionately applied tilak on Krishna's forehead. Since then the custom of celebrating Bhaubeej or Bhai Bij started. Carrying forward the Bhaubeej ceremony in traditional style, sisters' perform arti of their brother and apply a red tika on the brother's forehead. This teeka ceremony, on the occasion of Bhai Bij signifies sister's sincerest prayers for the long and happy life of her brother. In return brothers bless their sisters and treat them with Bhaubeej or cash gifts. (Wikipedia)


Banks are closed -
Saturday November 6, 2021

Banks only : Ningol Chakouba


Nupi Lal -
Sunday December 12, 2021

Culture : Tribute to the Manipuri women who lost their lives in the revolt against the British rulers in 1939.


Winter holiday (beginning) -
Friday December 17, 2021

School holidays :


Christmas Day -
Saturday December 25, 2021

Catholic or protestant : Since pre-historic times in Europe, festivities (bonfires, offrerings) were marking the beginning of longer hours of daylight with fires and ritual. The Roman festival of Saturnalia lasted several days in December (gambling and offerings). Germanic tribes also celebrated mid-winter (drinking and rituals). The Bulgarian (with Koleduvane) and the Polish (with Gwiazdka) perpetuate this tradition. Jesus of Nazareth was probably born in springtime (Reformists favour autumn). But in the 4th century, December 25th was chosen for the celebration of his birth by Pope Julius I (Bishop Liberus is also mentioned in 354 A.D.). Thus, a Christian element was introduced in the long-established mid-winter festivals. Before 1582, the Papal States and other Italian city states celebrated New Year’s Day on Christmas Day.


Banks are closed -
Friday December 31, 2021

Banks only :