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Sunday, January 12, 2014

HOLIDAYS - 2014 FROM KARNATAKA


GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

Bangulore, dated – 23.10.2013
NOTIFICATION – II

Under the explanation of section 25 of the negobable  instruments act 1981 (Act No.XXVI) read with Notification No.20/25/23/Pub – 1 dt 15.6.1957 of the Government of India Ministry of Home affairs the following shall be public Holidays throughout the state of Karnataka during the year 2014.


Sl.No
Date
Days
Public Holidays
1
14-01-2014
Tuesday
Id-E- Milad
2
15-1-2014
Wednesday
Sankranthi
3
27-02-2014
Thursday
Maha Shivarathri
4
31-03-2014
Monday
Ugadi
5
01-04-2014
Tuesday
Yearly Closing of Bank Accounts
6
14-04-2014
Monday
Dr. B.R.Ambedkar Jayanti
7
16-04-2014
Friday
Good Friday
8
01-06-2014
Thursday
May day
9
02-05-2014
Friday
Basava Jayanti
10
29-07-2014
Tuesday
Katubey/Idu’l Fitr
11
15-08-2014
Friday
Independence day
12
29-08-2014
Friday
Varasakthi vinayaga vrata
13
24-08-2014
Wednesday
Mahalaya
14
02-10-2014
Thursday
Mahatma  Gandhi Jayanti
15
03-10-2014
Friday
Maha Navami
16
04-10-2014
Saturday
Vijayadashami
17
08-10-2014
Wednesday
Maharishi Valmiki birthday
18
22-10-2014
Wednesday
Naraka Chaturdasi
19
24-10-2014
Friday
Ballpadyami Deepawali
20
01-11-2014
Saturday
Kannada Rajyotsava
21
04-11-2014
Tuesday
Last day of Moharam
22
08-11-2014
Saturday
Kanakadasa jayanthi
23
25-12-2014
Thursday
Christmas

Note:
1.      This list does not include 26-01-2014 Republic Day, 13-04-2014 Mahaveer Jayanti and 06-10-2014 Bakri which full on Sundays.
2.      The Holidays are declared on 01-04-2014 for closing of accounts of commercial Bank and Co-operative Banks only. The Reserve Bank of India will be functioning on these days. However , all the offices of Reserve Bank will remain closed for pubic transaction on July 01 for annual closing of accounts & December 31 will be a working day for reserve bank of India.
3.      Local holidays is declared for Kodagu District only on account of Tulasankraman on
             18-10-2014

(Sunday Festival on 07-12-2014 Sunday)

By Order and in the Name of
Government Karnataka



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