Good news for government employees and officers, you will get the benefit of so many holidays in the new year, know how many days the offices will remain closed. Good news for government employees officers, public-voluntary holiday announced for 2023, will get benefit from January, offices will be closed so many days

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Government Employee Holiday 2023: There is good news for the government employees of Chhattisgarh before the new year. Under this, there will be a total of 91 holidays in the state in 2023, including 17 public, 25 general, 49 optional holidays. The special thing is that their publication has also been done in the Gazette. Officers and employees can enjoy these holidays in the new year and plan accordingly.

Some holidays are common in the list of public, general and optional holidays. In these, apart from 17 public, 25 general holidays, a total of 49 optional holidays have been given, although only three days can be taken out of these. There are only public holidays, which will be applicable to all and will be available according to the rules of general leisure departments, while only three holidays can be taken out of 49 optional holidays.

Public Holiday

26 January – Republic Day, day – Thursday, 18 February – Mahashivaratri, day – Saturday, 8 March – Holi, day – Wednesday
April 1 – Annual accounting of banks, Day – Saturday, April 4 – Mahavir Jayanti, Day – Tuesday, April 7 – Good Friday, Day – Friday, April 22 – Eid-ul-Fitr, Day – Saturday, May 5 – Buddha Purnima , Day- Friday, June 29- Eid-ul-Zuha (Bakrid), Day- Thursday, July 29- Moharram, Day- Saturday, August 15- Independence Day, Day- Tuesday, September 7- Krishna Janmashtami, Day- Thursday, 28 September – Milad-un-Navi, day – Thursday, 2 October – Gandhi Jayanti, day – Monday, 24 October – Dussehra, day – Tuesday, 27 November – Gurunanak Jayanti, day – Monday
December 25 – Christmas, Day – Monday

general holiday

January 6 – Maa Shakambhari Jayanti and Chherchera, day – Friday, January 26 – Republic Day, day – Thursday
February 18- Mahashivratri, Day- Saturday, March 8- Holi, Day- Wednesday, March 18- Bhakta Mata Karma Jayanti, Day- Saturday, March 30- Ram Navami, Day- Thursday, April 4- Mahabir Jayanti, Day- Tuesday, 7 April – Good Friday, day – Friday, April 14 – Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti, day – Friday, April 22 – Eid-ul-Fitr, day – Saturday
May 5- Buddha Purnima, Day- Friday, June 29- Id-ul-Zuha (Bakrid), Day-Saturday, July 17- Hareli, Day- Monday, July 29- Moharram, Day- Saturday, August 09- World Tribal Day , Day- Wednesday, 15 August- Independence Day, Day- Tuesday, 30 August- Rakshabandhan, Day- Wednesday, 07 September- Krishna Janmashtami, Day- Thursday, 18 September- Haritalika Teej (festival), Day- Monday, 28 September- Eid-e-Milad (Milad-un-Nabi), Day- Thursday, October 02- Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday, Day- Monday, October 24- Dussehra (Vijayadashami), Day- Tuesday, November 27- Guru Nanak’s birthday, Day- Monday, December 18 – Gurughasi Das Jayanti, Day – Monday
December 25 – Christmas, day – Monday

optional leave

Mata Savitri Bai Phule Jayanti – January 3, Tuesday, Louis Braille’s birthday – January 4, Wednesday, Rajim Bhaktin Mata Jayanti – January 7, Saturday, World Hindi Day – January 10, Tuesday, Makar Sankranti – January 14, Saturday
Martyr Gaid Singh’s Nahadat Day – 20 January, Friday, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti – 23 January, Monday
Basant Panchami / Maa Parameshwari Jayanti – January 26, Thursday, Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti One – February 15, Wednesday
Holi (Holika Dahan) – March 7, Tuesday, Shab-e-Barat – March 7, Tuesday, Bhai Dooj – March 9, Thursday, Sacrifice Day of Birangana Avanti Bai – March 20, Monday, Gudi Padwa – March 22, Wednesday , Chaitichand – 23 March, Thursday, Hatkeshwar Jayanti – 5 April, Wednesday, Dharti Puja (Khaddi Parv) – 6 April, Thursday, Baisakhi – 14 April, Friday
Sen Jayanti – 17 April, Monday, Jamaat-ul-Vida – 21 April, Friday, Parshuram Jayanti – 22 April, Saturday
Shankaracharya Jayanti – 25 April, Tuesday, Chhatrasal Jayanti / Maharana Pratap Jayanti – 22 May, Monday, Mahesh Navami (Elder Shukla) – 29 May, Monday, Rath Yatra – 20 June, Tuesday, Sacrifice Day of Veerangana Durgavati – 24 June, Saturday, Birthday of Dr. Khubchand Baghel – July 19, Wednesday, Parsi New Year – August 16, Wednesday
Nag Panchami – 21 August, Monday, Onam – 29 August, Tuesday, Harchhath – 5 September, Tuesday, Pola – 14 September, Thursday, Ganesh Chaturthi – 19 September, Tuesday, Nabakhai – 22 September, Friday, Dhol Gyaras – 25 September, Monday, Anant Chaturdashi – 28 September, Thursday, Prannath Jayanti – 13 October, Friday, Sarva Pitramoksha Amavasya – 14 October, Saturday, Dussehra (Mahanavami) – 23 October, Monday, Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti / Ek Maharaja Ajmod Dev Jayanti / Tekchand Ji Maharaj Samadhi Utsav/Kuwar Purnima “Karam Parab” (Festival) – 28th October, Saturday, Karvachauth Vrat – 1st November, Wednesday, Birthday of Dr.Sayyidna Sahib – 4th November, Saturday
Diwali (South Indian) – 11 November, Saturday, second day of Diwali (Goverdhan Puja) – 13 November, Monday
Bhai Dooj – 15th November, Wednesday, Namdev Jayanti – 23rd November, Thursday, Martyrdom Day of Guru Teg Bahadur – 24th November, Friday, Sacrifice Day of Martyr Veer Narayan Singh – 10th December, Sunday, Dattatreya Jayanti – 26th December, Tuesday

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