Chhattisgarh Holidays 2020

This page gives you complete details related to holidays in Chhattisgarh in 2020. Holidays can be clustered in many categories. The page talks about four types of holidays majorly: 1) bank holidays, which are applicable to banks in the state; 2) public holidays, 3) national holidays, which are nationally celebrated; and 4) regional holidays, which are Chhattisgarh-specific holidays.

List of days observed in Chhattisgarh as a holiday

FestivalDateDay
Republic Day
26 January
Sunday
Mahashivratri
21 February
Friday
Holi
10th March
Tuesday
Ram Navami
2nd April
Thursday
Mahavir Jayanti06th AprilMonday
Good Friday
10th April
Friday
Buddha Purnima
07th May
Thursday
Ramzan/Eid-ul-Fitr
25 May
Monday
Bakr Id
31st July
Friday
Janmashtami
12th August
Wednesday
Independence Day
15th August
Saturday 
Ashura
29th August
Saturday
Gandhi Jayanti
2nd October
Friday
Dussehra
25th October
Sunday
Maulud Nabi29 OctoberThursday
Diwali
14th November
Saturday
Guru Nanak Dev Jayanti
30th November
Monday
Guru Ghasidas Jayanti18 DecemberFriday
Christmas
25 December
Friday

Destination to visit Chhattisgarh during holidays:

Chhattisgarh has a huge number of tourist spots that can be visited on a holiday. The top five destinations to visit in Chhattisgarh on holidays include: 

  • Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary, which is sited in the Northern chunk of Mahasamund; 
  • Shri Rajiv Lochan Mandi, which exhibits the epitome of the Mahakola's architecture.
  • Danteshwari Temple, which should be visited during Navratri holidays.
  • Chitrakoot Waterfalls, which is one of the biggest waterfalls in India.
  • Rajeev Smriti Van, which has been constructed in remembrance of LT. Rajeev Gandhi, Former Prime Minister.