Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Tamilnadu Government holidays 2016, Public holidays 2016 in tamilnadu

Following are list of government holidays as per the calendar 2016. Holidays includes India National Holidays and Festivals Holidays declared by Tamil Nadu Government.

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Tamil Nadu Government holidays 2016 List
Select or click each date in below to get the daily calander for that date and day for confiming the holiday details with calendar 2016

Tamil Nadu Government holidays 2016 List

Holiday Reason Day  Date
English New Year Day Friday  January
 01-01-2016
Thai pongal Friday  January  
 15-01-2016
Mattu Pongal Saturday January
 16-01-2016
Uzhavar Thirunal Sunday January
 17-01-2016
Republic day Tuesday  January
 26-01-2016
Good Friday Friday  March
 25-03-2016
Annual Bank account Closing Day
(Bank holiday only)
Friday April
 01-04-2016
Telugu new year - Ugadi Festivel Friday April
 08-04-2016
Tamil New Year Thursday April
 14-04-2016
Mahavir Jayanti Tuesday April  
 19-04-2016
May Day - workers day Sunday
 
May
 01-05-2016
Ramzan - Ramadan Wednesday July
 06-07-2016
Indian Independence Day Monday  August  
 15-08-2016
Krishna Jayanthi ( Gokulashtami ) Thursday August
 25-08-2016
Vinayagar Chaturthi Monday September
 05-09-2016
Bakrid - Eid al-Adha Tuesday  September
 13-09-2016
Gandhi Jayanti Sunday October 
 02-10-2016
Saraswathi Pooja,Ayudha Pooja Monday  October 
 10-10-2016
Vijayadashami Tuesday  October 
 11-10-2016
Muharram Wednesday October 
 12-10-2016
Diwali - Deepavali Saturday  October
 29-10-2016
milad un nabi Tuesday  December
 13-12-2016
Christmas day Sunday  December 
 25-12-2016

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8 comments:

  1. is it the official list as per gazette

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    1. Hi TOM, Yes Holidays are as per Tamil Daily Calendar 2016.

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  2. can you please share the notification

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  3. deepavali date is 30th october as per calender. but here 29th october, which is the right one?

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  4. Sundays are usual holidays. Why does it declared holiday again? If holiday falls on Sunday it should be compensated by the next day.

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