November Bank Holidays 2020

Here’s a comprehensive November bank holidays list for 2020. Mark the dates and plan your trip accordingly.

DateDayHoliday States

01 November

Sunday
Haryana Day
Haryana
01 November
Sunday
Puducherry Liberation Day
Puducherry
14th November
Saturday
Diwali
National except for Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Haryana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Punjab, Daman and Diu
15th November
Sunday
Govardhan Pooja
Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Rajasthan, Gujarat
16th November
Monday
Bhai Dooj
Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat
16th November
Monday
Shaheedi Diwas S Kartar Singh Sarabha
Punjab
20 November
Friday
Chhat Puja
Jharkhand, Bihar
23 November
Monday
Seng Kut Snem
Meghalaya
24 November
Tuesday
Sri Guru Teg Bahadur’s Martyrdom’s day
Punjab
30 November
Monday
Karthika Purnima 
Telangana, Odisha
30 November
Monday
Guru Nanak Jayanti
National except for Odisha, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Sikkim, Manipur, Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Tripura, Puducherry, Daman and Diu, Bihar

Major November Holidays 2020

Haryana Day:  It falls on 1 November every year. The day celebrates the day when Haryana pared out of Punjab in the year 1966. Cycle race is a key attraction of Haryana Day. Musical events are organized in the evening.

Karnataka Rajyothsava: On account of Karnataka Rajyothsava, the government holiday is observed on 1 November every year. All the Kannada-speaking localities united and formed the state of Karnataka on 1 November 1956. So, people celebrate the creation of the state.

Chhat Puja:  It is dedicated Lord Surya, who is considered to the God of energy, life force and light. Devotees take a dip in the holy water and worship the God. Women observe fast on the day of the festival. It is a public holiday in November 2019.

Guru Nanak Birthday: Guru Nanak was the first Sikh Guru. As name suggests, the birth of Guru Nanak is celebrated on Guru Nanak Birthday. The day begins with Prabhat Pheris.

Seng Kut Snem: Seng Kut Snem is celebrated in order to mark the movement of Seng Khasi. Men, women and kids wear traditional dresses and participate in community prayer.

Narak Chaturdashi:  It is observed on the fourteenth day of the Kartik month. It is a special festival for the North Indian residents. People take a bath prior to sunrise on this day since they believe it to be propitious.