List of Public and bank holidays in Maharashtra 2015
India is a diverse country with a number of religions, languages and cultures. Except the three national holidays festival, religious and cultural holidays differ from state to state. No two states have the same list of holidays. The following is the list of public and bank holidays in 2015 declared by the Maharashtra government under the negotiable instruments act. This will help you to plan your holidays and government engagements in the year 2015 in Mumbai and Maharashtra.
Celebrations of Holi, Janama Ashtmi and Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai city are the most famous.
|S. No||Month in 2015||Date||Day||Public / Bank Holiday name|
|3||February||19||Thursday||Chhatrapati Shivaji Jayanti|
|5||March||21||Saturdasy||Gudi Padva / Ugadi / Chetti Chand|
|7||April||1||Wednesday||Annual Closing of Banks *|
|10||April||14||Tuesday||BR Ambedkar Birthday|
|13||Jul||18||Tuesday||Ramazan / Idu'l Fitr|
|15||August||18||Tuesday||Parsi New Year|
|17||September||25||Friday||Id ul Zua (Bakar-id)|
|18||September||30||Tuesday||Half yearly closing of Banks *|
|20||October||22||Thursday||Vijaya Dashami / Dasehra|
|22||November||11||Wednesday||Deepawali Laxmi Pujan|
|25||November||25||Wednesday||Guru Nanak Jayanti|
* these yearly and half yearly account closing days of commercial and cooperative banks are applicable for banks and banking customers only