Holidays in September 2023: 13 Days Closed, Check Here Complete List

Holidays in September 2023: Check Here Complete List.  Festival season is coming in this month . There are many holidays in month of September 2023 as calender report . This holidays is applicable not for only school but also for government and private offices across India.

Holidays in September 2023 13 Days Closed, Check Here Complete List

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The Festival Season , September 2023

As per calender report released there are more  holidays in September than any other month of 2023. You can plan according to your need to utilise these holidays. There are total 9 days holiday excluding Sunday. If we add Sunday then there would be total 13 days holidays.

List of Holidays in September 2023

5 September 2023 Tuesday Teachers Day Across India
7 September 2023 Thursday Janmashtami Across India
19 September 2023

(Restricted holiday)

Tuesday Ganesh Chaturthi Across India
21 September 2023 Thursday Shree Narayana Guru Samadhi Kerala
23 September 2023 Saturday Heroes’ Martyrdom Day Haryana
25 September 2023 Monday Ramdev Jayanti, Teja Dashmi Rajasthan
28 September 2023 Thursday Indra Jatra Sikkim
28 September 2023 Thursday Eid-e-Milad Across India
28 September 2023 Thursday S. Bhagat Singh Ji Jayanti Punjab

List of Bank Holidays in September 2023

7 September 2023 Thursday Janmashtami Across India
19 September 2023 Tuesday Ganesh Chaturthi Across India
21 September 2023 Thursday Shree Narayana Guru Samadhi Kerala
23 September 2023 Saturday Heroes’ Martyrdom Day Haryana
25 September 2023 Monday Ramdev Jayanti, Teja Dashmi Rajasthan
28 September 2023 Thursday Eid-e-Milad Across India
28 September 2023 Thursday S. Bhagat Singh Ji Jayanti Punjab

Brief Overview of Holidays in September 2023

Teachers Day

Every year, India celebrates the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan as National Teachers’ Day as a tribute to his contributions and achievements. Born on September 5, 1888, Dr Radhakrishnan not just served as the President of India but was also a scholar, philosopher, and Bharat Ratna awardee.

Indra Jatra

Indra Jatra is one of the most joyous festivals celebrated in the month of September by the Newar community in Sikkim. This festival marks the beginning of autumn and includes grand celebrations like chariot processions of the deity and masked dances. This festival is celebrated for eight days with huge pomp and show.

Janmashtami

Janmashtami is a Hindu festival that marks the birthday of Lord Krishna. It is celebrated across India with great enthusiasm. The festival celebrations continue for 2-3 days and include various activities like Dahi Handi, Krishna leelas and preparation of delicacies which are offered to the God.

Ganesh Chaturthi

This festival is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Ganesh, who is known as the remover of obstacles. The festivities begin with decorating the idols of Lord Ganesh and offering delicacies to the God. The festival marks the beginning of a new phase and so, many people believe it to be an auspicious time to start something new during this period.

Shree Narayana Guru Samadhi

This is a regional festival celebrated in Kerala to mark the death anniversary of a renowned social reformer of Kerala. Shree Narayan Guru breathed his last on 21 September, 1928.

Heroes’ Martyrdom Day

This day is observed in Haryana to pay tribute to all those brave souls who sacrificed themselves to defend the nation and state.

Ramdev Jayanti

Celebrated in the state of Rajasthan, this festival marks the birthday of Ramdev. Ramdev was a spiritual personality who devoted his entire life for the betterment of poor and downtrodden people.

Eid-e-Milad

One of the major Muslim festivals, this day celebrates the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad. Also called Nabi Day, this day is celebrated with great joy by Muslims all over India.

Bhagat Singh Jayanti

This day marks the birth anniversary of Bhagat Singh, who played an instrumental role in India’s freedom struggle against the British. People pay tributes to Shaheed Bhagat Singh on this day as he had sacrificed his life for the nation.

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