Delhi Calendar 2018 Public and Restricted Holidays Events List By Raja On 23 February 2018 In Content, India States, State Updates Delhi Calendar 2018 Public and Restricted Holidays Events List: The Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi with the information regarding the announcement of holidays for the New Year 2018 in various parts of Delhi. Here provided the information about the 2018 calendar public holidays and restricted holidays for various Government Offices located in National Capital Territory NCT of Delhi. Delhi Public Holidays List 2018: Date Day Public holidays 26th January 2018 Friday Republic Day 2nd March 2018 Friday Holi 29th March 2018 Thursday Mahavir Jayanti 30th March 2018 Friday Good Friday 2nd April 2018 Monday Annual closing of Bank Accounts 30th April 2018 Monday Buddha Purnima 16th June 2018 Saturday Id-ul Fitr 15th August 2018 Wednesday Independence Day 22nd August 2018 Wednesday Id-ul Zuha (Bakrid) 21st September 2018 Friday Muharram 2nd October 2018 Tuesday Mahatma Gandhi Birthday 19th October 2018 Friday Dussehra 7th November 2018 Wednesday Diwali 21st November 2018 Wednesday Milad-un-Nabi 23rd November 2018 Friday Guru Nanak Birthday 25th December 2018 Tuesday Christmas Day Delhi Restricted Holidays List in 2018: Date Day Restricted holidays 1st January 2018 Monday New Years Day 14th January 2018 Sunday Makar Sankranti/Pongal 22nd January 2018 Monday Basant Panchami/Sri Panchami 31st January 2018 Wednesday Guru Ravidas Birthday 10th February 2018 Saturday Swami Dayananda Saraswati Jayanti 19th February 2018 Monday Shivaji Jayanti 1st March 2018 Thursday Holika Dohan/Dolyatra 18th March 2018 Sunday Chaitra Sukladi/ Gudi Padava/ Ugadi/ Cheti Chand 25th March 2018 Sunday Rm Navami 1st April 2018 Sunday Easter Sunday/Hazarat Ali Birthday 14th April 2018 Saturday Vaisakhi / Vishu / Mesadi 15th April 2018 Sunday Vaisakhadi (Bengal) / Bahag Bihu (Assam) 9th May 2018 Wednesday Guru Rabindranath Birthday 15th June 2018 Friday Jamat-Ul-Vida 14th July 2018 Saturday Rath Yatra 17th August 2018 Friday Parsi New Year Day / Nauraj 25th August 2018 Saturday Onam or Thiru Onam Day 26th August 2018 Sunday Raksha Bandhan 13th September 2018 Thursday Vinayaka Chaturthi / Ganesh Chaturthi 16th October 2018 Tuesday Dussehra (Maha Saptami) 17th October 2018 Wednesday Dussehra (Maha Astami) 18th October 2018 Thursday Dussehra (Maha Navmi) 27th October 2018 Saturday Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chouth) 6th November 2018 Tuesday Deepvali (South India)/Naraka Chaturdasi 8th November 2018 Thursday Govardhan Puja 9th November 2018 Friday Bhai Duj 13th November 2018 Tuesday Pratihar Sashthi or Surya Sashthi 24th November 2018 Saturday Guru Teg Bahadur Martyrdom Day 24th December 2018 Monday Christmas Eve http://it.delhigovt.nic.in/writereaddata/egaz2017811.pdf Related Posts Mizoram Government Holidays 2014 Calendar Events List Banks will Not Have Holidays For Five Days March / April 2018 Calendar 2016 Public Holidays List in Maharashtra State Goa Government Calendar 2018 Public and Restricted Holidays List About Author Raja | Website | Twitter Blogger from India Comments 4 months ago nagarajan MARK YOUR CALENDAR: @CPR_India-@CSHDelhi next Urban Workshop on “We Are Greener Than You Think”: Examining Indian Cities’ Response to Climate Change, by Ankit Bhardwaj & Radhika Khosla will take place on Tues. 27 Feb. at 3:45 p.m., at Centre for Policy Research Conference Hall! Log in to Reply 4 months ago nandhini Mark the date on your calendar guys Chitra Bharati Film Festival in New Delhi on February 19th-21st, 2018. Makesure you don’t miss it. Log in to Reply 4 months ago ragunath We welcome Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd as an exhibitor at 4th Smart Cities India 2018 expo, 23-25 May 2018, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Mark your calendar! Digital India Log in to Reply 4 months ago madhavan Happy #gifting #amrapali_calendar 2018 to most respected Shri Amarendra Khatua ji @amarkhatua81 , former Ambassador of India to Argentina and Former DG, ICCR (New Delhi). Log in to Reply 4 months ago mohamad Go and Di some research over the poor condition of banks and its employee. They do not sit in Delhi .They are posted in remotest village of the country far away from their family. They do sit in the offices even in Sunday and holidays. Log in to Reply 4 months ago nadarajan NEW DELHI – The Maldives – that beautiful Indian Ocean country comprising more than 1,000 coral islands – is known the world over as a tr… Aspire Heavenly holidays Log in to Reply 4 months ago Devi The whole of old Delhi is under a massive grid lock due to Holidays shopping. Will anything ever be done to decongest the heart of Delhi. Log in to Reply 4 months ago balaji I have no clue yet – I’m waiting til the end of this years holidays to work it out. But I’ll definitely let you know when I’m thinking of going once I get that far. I’m working Australia around India because I’m staying with a friend in Delhi so it’s going around when I can stay Log in to Reply 4 months ago arazad Chinese New Year marks the turn of the traditional lunisolar calendar. On this occasion, Taj Mahal, New Delhi wishes you good health, happiness and prosperity! Welcome and celebrate the Chinese New Year at the Legendary House of Ming with an exclusive menu! 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