List Public and bank holidays in Tamil Nadu 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 Tamil Nadu government under the negotiable instruments act. This will help you to  plan your holidays and government engagements  in the year 2015 for Chennai and Tamil Nadu.

S. NoMonth in 2015DateDayPublic / Bank Holiday name
1January1ThursdayNew Years Day
2January4SundayMilad-Un-Nabi
3January15ThursdayPongal
4January16FridayThiruvalluvar Day
5January17SaturdayUzhavar Thirunal
6January26MondayRepublic Day
7March21SaturdayTelugu New Years Day
8April1WednesdayAnnual Closing of Banks *
9April2ThursdayMahaveer Jayanti
10April3FridayGood Friday
11April14TuesdayBR Ambedkar Birthday / Tamil new year
12May1FridayMay Day
13Jul18SaturdayRamazan / Idu'l Fitr / (End of Ramadan)
14August15SaturdayIndependence Day
15September5SaturdayKrishna Jayanti
16September17FridayGanesh / Vinayakar Chaturthi
17September24ThursdayBakrid
18October2FridayGandhi Jayanthi
19October21WednesdayAyutha Puuja
20October22ThursdayVijaya Dashami / Dasehra
21October23FridayMuharram
22November10TuesdayDeepawali
23December23WednesdayMilad-Un-Nabi**
24December25ThursdayChristmas

* these yearly and half yearly account closing days of commercial and cooperative banks are applicable for banks and banking customers only

** Milad-Un-Nabi will be celebrated twice in the year 2015

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