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Holidays in Pakistan in 2011

DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1SaturdayNew Year's DayOptional Holiday
Jan 26WednesdayChelumOptional Holiday
Feb 5SaturdayKashmir DayPublic Holiday
Feb 8TuesdayFestival of KitesOptional Holiday
Feb 17ThursdayEid Milad un-NabiPublic Holiday
Mar 2WednesdayShivaratriOptional Holiday
Mar 20SundayMarch equinoxSeason
Mar 20SundayHoliOptional Holiday
Mar 23WednesdayPakistan DayPublic Holiday
Apr 14ThursdayBaisakhiObservance
Apr 21ThursdayEid e-RizwanOptional Holiday
Apr 22FridayGood FridayChristian, Common Local holidays
Apr 24SundayEaster SundayObservance
Apr 25MondayEaster MondayChristian, Common Local holidays
May 1SundayLabour DayPublic Holiday
May 17TuesdayBuddha PurnimaOptional Holiday
Jun 21TuesdayJune SolsticeSeason
Jun 29WednesdayShab e-MerajOptional Holiday
Jul 10SundayShab e-BaratOptional Holiday
Aug 14SundayIndependence DayPublic Holiday
Aug 19FridayNaurozOptional Holiday
Aug 22MondayJanam AshtamiOptional Holiday
Aug 24WednesdayBirthday of Lord Zoroaster (Khordad Sal)Optional Holiday
Aug 31WednesdayEid-ul-Fitr Day 1Public Holiday
Sep 1ThursdayEid-ul-Fitr Day 2Public Holiday
Sep 2FridayEid-ul-Fitr Day 3Public Holiday
Sep 3SaturdayEid-ul-Fitr Day 4Public Holiday
Sep 23FridaySeptember equinoxSeason
Sep 28WednesdayDurga PoojaOptional Holiday
Oct 6ThursdayDussehraOptional Holiday
Oct 12WednesdayBirthday of Guru Balmik Sawami JiOptional Holiday
Oct 26WednesdayDiwali/DeepavaliOptional Holiday
Nov 7MondayEid-ul-Azha Day 1Public Holiday
Nov 8TuesdayEid-ul-Azha Day 2Public Holiday
Nov 9WednesdayIqbal DayPublic Holiday
Nov 10ThursdayGuru Nanak's BirthdayOptional Holiday
Dec 5MondayFirst Day of AshuraPublic Holiday
Dec 6TuesdaySecond Day of AshuraPublic Holiday
Dec 22ThursdayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 24SaturdayChristmas EveObservance
Dec 25SundayChristmas DayPublic Holiday
Dec 25SundayQuaid-e-Azam DayPublic Holiday
Dec 26MondayDay After ChristmasPublic Holiday
Dec 31SaturdayNew Year's EveObservance

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