Calendar for Year 2024 (India)

Calendar for Year 2024 (India)

Calendar 2023 with holidays india

Calendar 2024 with holidays india

Here is a calendar of 2024 with holidays in India, with full details:


  • 1: New Year’s Day
  • 14: Lohri (Punjab)
  • 15: Makar Sankranti
  • 26: Republic Day


  • 18: Maha Shivratri
  • 22: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti (Maharashtra)


  • 6: Holi
  • 22: Gudi Padwa (Maharashtra)
  • 29: Chaitra Navratri (Hindu festival)


  • 1: Chaitra Navratri (Hindu festival)
  • 2: Ram Navami
  • 6: Mahavir Jayanti
  • 14: Baisakhi (Punjab)
  • 15: Ambedkar Jayanti
  • 19: Good Friday
  • 20: Easter Sunday


  • 1: Labour Day
  • 3: Id-ul-Fitr (Muslim festival)
  • 16: Buddha Purnima (Buddhist festival)


  • 4: Raja Parba (Odisha)
  • 5: Eid al-Adha (Muslim festival)
  • 15: Guru Nanak Jayanti (Sikh festival)


  • 21: Bakrid (Muslim festival)


  • 2: Rath Yatra (Odisha)
  • 4: Raksha Bandhan
  • 15: Independence Day


  • 10: Ganesh Chaturthi
  • 28: Anant Chaturdashi/Eid Milad Un Nabi


  • 2: Gandhi Jayanti
  • 15: Dussehra (Hindu festival)
  • 24: Diwali (Hindu festival)


  • 4: Karwa Chauth
  • 8: Guruparab (Sikh festival)
  • 11: Chhath Puja
  • 14: Children’s Day


  • 25: Christmas Day

Please note that this is a list of major holidays in India. There may be other holidays that are observed in specific regions or states.

Full details of some of the major holidays:

  • Republic Day: Republic Day is celebrated on January 26th to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India in 1950. It is a national holiday and is celebrated with parades, flag-hoisting ceremonies, and cultural events.
  • Holi: Holi is a Hindu festival that celebrates the triumph of good over evil. It is celebrated on the full moon day of the month of Phalguna, which usually falls in March. People celebrate Holi by throwing colored powder and water at each other.
  • Dussehra: Dussehra is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. It is celebrated on the tenth day of the month of Ashvina, which usually falls in October. People celebrate Dussehra by burning effigies of Ravana, the demon king.
  • Diwali: Diwali is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of light over darkness. It is celebrated on the darkest night of the month of Kartika, which usually falls in October or November. People celebrate Diwali by lighting lamps and candles, and by setting off fireworks.

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