The list includes all regional, public, and bank holidays in Haryana in 2020. You can refer to the list and plan your leaves accordingly.
|Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti||02 January||Thursday|
|Republic Day||26 January||Sunday|
|Vasant Panchami||30 January||Thursday|
|Guru Ravidas Jayanti||09 February||Sunday|
|Shaheed Bhagat Singh Martyrdom Day||23 March||Monday|
|Ram Navami||2nd April||Thursday|
|Mahavir Jayanti||06th April||Monday|
|Good Friday||10th April||Friday|
|Ambedkar Jayanti||14 April||Tuesday|
|Maharshi Pasuram Jayanti||25 April||Saturday|
|Buddha Purnima||07th May||Thursday|
|Maharana Pratap Jayanti||25 May||Monday|
|Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti||05 June||Friday|
|Haryali Teej||23 July||Thursday|
|Bakrid/Shaheed Uddham Singh Martyrdom day||31st July||Friday|
|Independence Day||15th August||Saturday |
|Heroes Martyrdom Day||23 September||Wednesday|
|Gandhi Jayanti||2nd October||Friday|
|Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti||17th October||Saturday|
|Maharshi Valmiki Jayanti||31 October||Saturday|
|Haryana Day||01 November||Sunday|
|Govardhan Puja||15th November||Sunday|
|Guru Nanak Dev Jayanti||30th November||Monday|
|Christmas day||25 December||Friday|
|Shaheed Uddham Singh Jayanti||26 December||Saturday|
Famous festivals of Haryana are as follows:
Holi: Festival of Holi is known as Dulandi in Haryana. Here is a tradition of breaking pots and playing with colors.
Deepavali is known as the Festival of Lights. This festival commemorates the killing of the demon Ravana by the king of Ayodhya, RAM. On returning after his victory, the kind was welcomed with the lighting of crackers and light. It is celebrated on Amavasya or new moon day in Haryana. Diwali is celebrated as ‘Choti Diwali’ or ‘Small Diwali’ in Haryana.
Lohri is celebrated annually in the state of Haryana. It is held on the day of Hindu festival of Makar Sankranti. Lohri is an auspicious festival that celebrates joy, peace, fertility and the harmony of life.
Basant Panchami is a festival that is celebrated annually in Haryana. It welcomes spring with zest and celebrates the passing of winter. They celebrate the culture and heritage of the people of this state. Kites are flown as a part of the annual celebration.
Teej is celebrated every year in the state of Haryana. The festivities are held on Sawan Sudi. It welcomes the monsoon season and looks forward to the first showers of the south west monsoons. The girls apply henna on their hands and receive new clothes from the members of the household. The boys are excused from work. Feasts are prepared.