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  • Writer's pictureKaran Fernandes

Guide to 2021 Long Weekend List

More long weekends and strategic leaves mean more trips to go on and experiences to discover or just by relaxing at the comfort of your home!

The year 2020 has been horrid for us all. Still, we look forward with hopes filled in this new year to get out and get going the exploration journey.


Here’s a list of a long weekend so that one can plan ahead on how to make 2021 exciting.




JANUARY

Thursday, January 14 – Makar Sankranti

Friday, January 15 – Take the day off

Saturday, January 16

Sunday, January 17


Saturday, January 23

Sunday, January 24

Monday, January 25 – Take the day off

Tuesday, January 26 – Republic Day




FEBRUARY

Saturday, February 13

Sunday, February 14

Monday, February 15 – Take the day off

Tuesday, February 16 – Vasant Panchami (restricted




MARCH

Thursday, March 11 – Maha Shivratri

Friday, March 12 – Take the day off

Saturday, March 13

Sunday, March 14

Friday, March 26 – Take the day off

Saturday, March 27

Sunday, March 28

Monday, March 29 – Holi




APRIL

Thursday, April 1 – Take the day off

Friday, April 2 – Good Friday

Saturday, April 3

Sunday, April 4 – Easter Sunday

Saturday, April 10

Sunday, April 11 Monday, April 12 – Take the day off

Tuesday, April 13 – Ugadi (restricted)

Wednesday, April 14 – Dr Ambedkar Jayanti (restricted)



MAY

Thursday, May 13 – Eid ul-Fitr

Friday, May 14 – Take the day off

Saturday, May 15

Sunday, May 16




JULY

Saturday, July 10

Sunday, July 11

Monday, July 12 – Rath Yatra (restricted)

Saturday, July 17

Sunday, July 18

Monday, July 19 – Take the day off

Tuesday, July 20 – Bakri Eid (restricted)



AUGUST

Friday, August 27 – Take the day off

Saturday, August 28

Sunday, August 29

Monday, August 30 – Janmashtami




SEPTEMBER

Friday, September 10 – Ganesh Chaturthi

Saturday, September 11

Sunday, September 12

Monday, September 13 – Take the day off



OCTOBER

Friday, October 15 – Dussehra

Saturday, October 16

Sunday, October 17

Monday, October 18 – Take the day off

Tuesday, October 19 – Eid e Milad




NOVEMBER

Wednesday, November 3 – Dhanteras

Thursday, November 4 – Diwali

Friday, November 5 – Take the day off

Saturday, November 6

Sunday, November 7

Friday, November 19 – Guru Nanak Jayanti

Saturday, November 20

Sunday, November 21




DECEMBER

Friday, December 24 – Take the day off

Saturday, December 25 – Christmas

Sunday, December 26




Note: Please check COVID-19 advisories and regulations for each state and take them into account while planning your trip.


 

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