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Public holidays in Telangana (2018)

Public Holidays in 2018

 

Name of the Festival Date Weekday Type of Holiday
New Year Day Jan 1 Monday Optional Holiday
Bhogi Jan 14 Sunday Gazetted Holiday
Pongal/Makar Sankranti Jan 15 Monday Gazetted Holiday
Republic Day Jan 26 Friday Gazetted Holiday
Maha Shivratri Feb 13 Tuesday Optional Holiday
Doljitra Mar 1 Thursday Optional Holiday
Ugadi Mar 18 Sunday Optional Holiday
Sri Rama Navami Mar 26 Monday Optional Holiday
Good Friday Mar 30 Friday Gazetted Holiday
Annual Closing of Bank Accounts Apr 1 Sunday Bank Holiday
Babu Jagjivan Ram Birth day Apr 5 Thursday Optional Holiday
Dr. B.R Ambedkar Birthday Apr 14 Saturday Gazetted Holiday
May Day May 1 Tuesday Gazetted Holiday
Idul Fitr Jun 16 Saturday Gazetted Holiday
Idul Fitr Holiday Jun 17 Sunday Gazetted Holiday
Independence Day Aug 15 Tuesday Gazetted Holiday
Idul Juha Aug 22 Wednesday Optional Holiday
Janmashtami Sep 3 Monday Optional Holiday
Vinayaka Chaturthi Sep 13 Thursday Gazetted Holiday
Muharram Sep 21 Friday Gazetted Holiday
Maha Navami Oct 18 Friday Gazetted Holiday
Dussehra Oct 19 Friday Gazetted Holiday
Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti Oct 2 Tuesday Gazetted Holiday
Deepavali Nov 6 Tuesday Gazetted Holiday
Id-e-Milad Nov 21 Wednesday Gazetted Holiday
Guru Nanak Birthday Nov 23 Friday Gazetted Holiday
Christmas Dec 25 Tuesday Gazetted Holiday
Boxing day Dec 26 Wednesday Gazetted Holiday

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Public Holidays in 2017

Name of the Festival

Date

Weekday

Type of Holiday

Bhogi

January 13

Friday

Optional Holiday

Republic Day

January 26

Thursday

Gazetted Holiday

Maha Shivratri

February 24

Friday

Optional Holiday

Ugadi

March 29

Wednesday

Optional Holiday

Bank Holiday

April 01

Saturday

Bank Holiday

Ram Navami

April 05

Wednesday

Optional Holiday

Babu Jagjivan Ram Birthday

April 05

Wednesday

Optional Holiday

Babu Jagjivan Ram Birthday

April 05

Wednesday

Optional Holiday

Dr Ambedkar Jayanti

April 14

Friday

Gazetted Holiday

Good Friday

April 14

Friday

Public Holiday

Idul Fitr

June 26

Monday

Optional Holiday

Idul Fitr Holiday

June 27

Tuesday

Optional Holiday

Bonalu

July 10

Monday

Optional Holiday

Janmashtami

August 14

Monday

Optional Holiday

Independence Day

August 15

Tuesday

Gazetted Holiday

Ganesh Chaturthi

August 25

Friday

Optional Holiday

Idul Juha

September 02

Saturday

Optional Holiday

Bathukamma Starting day

September 20

Wednesday

Optional Holiday

Durgastami

September 28

Thursday

Optional Holiday

Dussehra

September 30

Saturday

Optional Holiday

Mahatma Gandhi Birthday

October 02

Monday

Gazetted Holiday

Deewali

October 18

Wednesday

Optional Holiday

Guru Nanak Birthday

November 04

Saturday

Optional Holiday

Milad-un-Nabi

December 01

Friday

Optional Holiday

Christmas Day

December 25

Monday

Public Holiday

Boxing Day

December 26

Tuesday

Optional Holiday

Witness these beautiful places on public holiday in Telangana

If someone plans a tour or a picnic on a bank holiday in Telangana most of them plan to go for Golconda Fort, Charminar, Salarjung Museum. There are few places in which you should go and witness the beauty of those places on a bank Holiday in Telangana.
 
Chowmahalla Palace - This Palace is said to be the center of Hyderabad In the times of the Nizams. The lively shades of the Palace are truly a delicacy to the eyes. In this place, there are two courtyards. In case you are thinking to go on a one-day trip or a picnic on a public holiday in Telangana better to go to this place and enjoy the beauties of it.
 
Bhongir Fort - This fort is one of the best places to visit in Telangana. Telangana is famous for its rocky terrains, and Bhongir Fort is one of the examples. You can have a stunning view of the Deccan plains from this fort. This fort helped in the shaping the history of the Deccan region due to its strategic placed location.
 
Bhadrachalam - This place is from Sita was abducted by Demon King Ravana. Lord Ram, Sita, and Lakshman had come to spend the years of their exile here. In case you are thinking about a road trip on a public holiday in Telangana then Bhadrachalam will be the best option. Long roads with thick forest and tree branches hanging overhead make for a pleasant road trip.
 
Plan a getaway during a Public holiday in Hyderabad
Hyderabad, The capital city of Telangana which is also called as the city of pearls. If you are living in Hyderabad and want to get relief from everyday stress the best way to get relieved from is by taking a road trip, and for those like to take road trips, we are giving few ideas which may be helpful for you to plan an upcoming public holiday in Hyderabad. 

Bidar - Bidar is around 147 km away from Hyderabad. It is an excellent place to visit during a public holiday in Hyderabad. The main attractions in Bidar is Forts and massive ruins. the top places to visit in Bidar are Bidar Fort, Bahmani Tombs, Khwaja Mahmud Gawan Madrasa and Choukhandi etc.

Warangal - Warangal is about 143kms away from Hyderabad. Here you can enjoy the ancient and mesmerizing ruling seat of Kakatiya Dynasty. Temple architecture and its majestic fort is an eye feast to see. Warangal Fort, Bhadrakali Temple, Thousand Pillar Temple, etc. There are many places in Warangal to see. It will be a nice idea to visit Warangal during a public holiday in Hyderabad.

Nagarjuna Sagar Dam - Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is around 164kms from the city of Hyderabad. This dam is built across the Krishna river and the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is one of the initial multi-purpose watering and hydro-electric projects in India. This place is famous for the 124m high dam and the isolated hill. This is a perfect place to plan a one-day visit.

Hampi - Located nearly 400kms away from the Hyderabad this will be one of the best to visit on Public holiday in Telangana. Hampi is a world heritage site. There are a lot of temples in Hampi you can see on a visit to Hampi. If you like photography then don't miss to carry your camera as there are a lot of things to capture. Rock climbing also you can do if you visit Hampi.
 
Badami - One of the beautiful places near Hyderabad. This place is hardly 400kms away from Hyderabad planning a visit here on a bank holiday in Telangana will be an extraordinary idea. Badami is a mix of greenery and rough, beautiful rocks. The four cave temples are architectural wonders and the Agastya Lake, the Jain Temple and not but not the least Badami Fort are the like the must see things.