The solar eclipse has inspired many mythical stories and influenced human behavior. Even today, eclipses of the Sun are considered bad omens in many cultures. more
Diwali is also known as Deepavali, Dipavali, Dewali, Deepawali, or the Festival of Lights. It is celebrated in October or November each year. Diwali celebrations can last for about five days.
Is Diwali/Deepavali a Public Holiday?
Diwali/Deepavali is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.
About Diwali/DeepavaliRead more about Diwali/Deepavali.
|2010||Fri||Nov 5||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2011||Wed||Oct 26||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2012||Tue||Nov 13||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2013||Sat||Nov 2||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2014||Wed||Oct 22||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2015||Tue||Nov 10||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2016||Sat||Oct 29||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2017||Wed||Oct 18||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2018||Tue||Nov 6||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2019||Sun||Oct 27||Diwali/Deepavali||National holiday|
|2019||Mon||Oct 28||Diwali/Deepavali observed||National holiday|
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