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Holidays in Pakistan in 2010

DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1FridayNew Year's DayOptional Holiday
Jan 31SundayFestival of KitesOptional Holiday
Feb 5FridayKashmir DayPublic Holiday
Feb 5FridayChelumOptional Holiday
Feb 23TuesdayShivaratriOptional Holiday
Mar 1MondayEid Milad un-NabiPublic Holiday
Mar 11ThursdayHoliOptional Holiday
Mar 12FridayDulhandiOptional Holiday
Mar 20SaturdayMarch equinoxSeason
Mar 23TuesdayPakistan DayPublic Holiday
Apr 2FridayGood FridayChristian, Common Local holidays
Apr 4SundayEaster SundayObservance
Apr 5MondayEaster MondayChristian, Common Local holidays
Apr 14WednesdayBaisakhiObservance
Apr 21WednesdayEid e-RizwanOptional Holiday
May 1SaturdayLabour DayPublic Holiday
May 27ThursdayBuddha PurnimaOptional Holiday
Jun 21MondayJune SolsticeSeason
Jul 9FridayShab e-MerajOptional Holiday
Jul 20TuesdayShab e-BaratOptional Holiday
Aug 14SaturdayIndependence DayPublic Holiday
Aug 19ThursdayNaurozOptional Holiday
Aug 24TuesdayBirthday of Lord Zoroaster (Khordad Sal)Optional Holiday
Sep 2ThursdayJanam AshtamiOptional Holiday
Sep 10FridayEid-ul-Fitr Day 1Public Holiday
Sep 11SaturdayEid-ul-Fitr Day 2Public Holiday
Sep 12SundayEid-ul-Fitr Day 3Public Holiday
Sep 13MondayEid-ul-Fitr Day 4Public Holiday
Sep 23ThursdaySeptember equinoxSeason
Oct 2SaturdayDurga PoojaOptional Holiday
Oct 17SundayDussehraOptional Holiday
Oct 22FridayBirthday of Guru Balmik Sawami JiOptional Holiday
Nov 5FridayDiwali/DeepavaliOptional Holiday
Nov 9TuesdayIqbal DayPublic Holiday
Nov 17WednesdayEid-ul-Azha Day 1Public Holiday
Nov 18ThursdayEid-ul-Azha Day 2Public Holiday
Nov 21SundayGuru Nanak's BirthdayOptional Holiday
Dec 16ThursdayFirst Day of AshuraPublic Holiday
Dec 17FridaySecond Day of AshuraPublic Holiday
Dec 21TuesdayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 24FridayChristmas EveObservance
Dec 25SaturdayChristmas DayPublic Holiday
Dec 25SaturdayQuaid-e-Azam DayPublic Holiday
Dec 26SundayDay After ChristmasPublic Holiday
Dec 31FridayNew Year's EveObservance

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