Public Holidays 2017 In Bangladesh pdf-mopa.gov.bd

Public Holidays List In Bangladesh In 2017 with PDF File.Normally all of independence country have a public or government holidays schedule.Because every single person who live in his own country with taking this advantage.Bangladesh government holiday calendar 2017 pdf  Download easily in this post i describe how you can know it.List of  bangladesh government holiday 2017 with full list.

2017  List Of National Public Government Holidays In Bangladesh:

 

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In Bangladesh, 2017 in all government and semi-government offices and autonomous and semi-autonomous agencies holiday list given below are as follows:

N:B:[The moon is dependent on vacation, they are an mark on star (*) symbol is given.]

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General Holiday:

◊21 February (9 Falgun), on Tuesday – International Mother Language Day and Martyrs.

17 March (3 choitro), on Friday – The birthday of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

March 26 (1 choitro), Sunday Independence Day.

1 May (18 Boishakh), MondayMay Day.

May 10 (7 Boishakh), Wednesday Buddha Purnima (full moon Summer).

3 June (09 Ashar), Friday – Jumatul Bida.

**June 26 (12 Ashar), Monday – Eid-ul-Fitr.

** 14 August (30 Shrabon), Monday – Happy Janmashtami.

15 August (31 Shrabon), on Tuesday – A day of national mourning.

** 02 September (28 Bhadra), Saturday – Eid-ul-Azha.

◊** 30 September (15 Ashwin), Saturday – Durga Puja (Vijaya Dashami).

** 01 December (17 Agrahayan), Friday – Eid-e-birthday of the Prophet (peace be upon him.).

On 16 December (02 Paus), Saturday – Victory Day.

5 December (11 Paus), Monday – The birthday of Jesus Christ (Christmas).

Total = 14 days (including weekends 6)

Executive order public holiday

14 April (1 Boishakh), on Friday Bengali New Year.

** May 12 (29 Boishakh), Friday – Shab-e-Barat.

◊** June 23 (09 Ashar), Friday – Shab-e-Qadr.

** June 25 and 27 (11 and 13 Ashar), Sunday and Tuesday   The Previous Day and the next day  of Eid-ul-Fitr festival Holiday.

** 01 and 03 September (17 and 19 Bhadra), Friday and Sunday – The Previous Day and the next day  of Eid-ul-Azha festival Holiday.

** 01 October (Ashwin 16), Sunday – Holy Ashura.

Total = 08 days (including weekends 4)

Optional holiday (Muslim festival)

◊**10 January (7 Paus),Tuesday – Fateha-e-iyajadahama.

◊**25 April (12 Boishakh),Tuesday- Shab-E-Miraj.

** June 28 (14 Ashar), Wednesday – Eid-ul-Fitr (the feast day of the second).

** 04 September (20 Bhadra), Monday – Eid-ul-Adha (feast day of the second).

* 15 November (01 Agrahayan), Wednesday – Akheri caha somba.

**30 December (16 Paus), Saturday – Fateha-e-iyajadahama.

Total = 06 days (including weekends 1)

Optional holiday (Hindu festival)

01 February (19 Magh), Wednesday – Sri Sri Saraswati Puja.

◊24 February (Falgun 12), Friday – Sri Sri shivaratri.

March 12 (28 Falgun), Sunday – Happy dolayatra

March 26 (12 Coitro), Sunday – The advent of Sri Sri Thakur Harichand.

19 September (04 Ashwin), Tuesday – Happy mahalaya.

◊29 September (14 Ashwin), Friday – Shri Shri Durga Puja (mahanabami).

05 October (Ashwin 20), Thursday – Sree Lakshmi Puja.

19 October (04 Kartik), Thursday – Shri Shri Shyama Puja.

Total = 08 days (including two weekends)

Optional Holiday (Christian Festive)

01 January (18 Paus), Sunday – English New Year.

01 March (17 Falgun), on Wednesday – Wednesday burnt.

13 April (30 Coitro), Thursday – Thursday virtue.

14 April (01 Boishakh), Friday – Friday virtue.

15 April (02 Boishakh), Saturday – Saturday virtue.

On 16 April (03 Boishakh), Saturday – Easter Sunday.

◊24 and 26 December (10 and 1 Paus), Sunday and TuesdayIt is the birthday of Jesus Christ (Christmas Eve and the next day).

Total=8 days (Including two weekends

Optional holiday (Buddhist festival)

◊** 10 February (Magh 28), Friday – Maghi full moon.

◊13 April (30 Coitro), on Thursday – Chaitra Sankranti.

◊** 08 July (24 Ashar), Saturday – Asarhi full moon.

◊** 05 September (21 Bhadra), Tuesday – Madhu Purnima (full moon of Bhadra).

◊** 04 October (Ashwin 19), Wednesday – Probarana Purnima (full moon asbini).

Total = 05 days (including two weekends)

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* Based on the moon or candratithira

Optional holiday (passing and other small ethnic groups of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Festivals)

◊12 and 15 April (29 Chaitra and 02 Baishakh) and the Chittagong Hill Tracts region, ethnic group, working outside of the officers and employees of other ethnic tribes of the Chittagong Hill Tracts passing and similar social events

An Any employee who takes three holiday according his own religion.

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