Holi in India




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Holi (Dolyatra, Doul Jatra, Basanta-Utsav) is the Hindu festival colors that celebrates the triumph of good over evil, good harvest, and fertility. It usually falls in the later part of February or March.

Is Holi a Public Holiday?

Holi is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Holi is a time when everyone throws off the gloom of winter and rejoices in the colors and liveliness of spring.

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About Holi

Read more about Holi.

Holi Observances

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Note: Individuals can take a limited number of restricted holidays but government offices and most businesses remain open. This system gives individuals the flexibility to take time off to celebrate a holiday within India’s vast religious and cultural society.

Year Weekday Date Name Holiday Type
2017 Mon Mar 13 Holi Restricted Holiday
2018 Fri Mar 2 Holi Restricted Holiday
2019 Thu Mar 21 Holi Restricted Holiday
2020 Tue Mar 10 Holi Gazetted Holiday
2021 Mon Mar 29 Holi Gazetted Holiday
2022 Fri Mar 18 Holi Gazetted Holiday
2023 Wed Mar 8 Holi Gazetted Holiday
2024 Mon Mar 25 Holi Gazetted Holiday
2025 Fri Mar 14 Holi Gazetted Holiday
2026 Wed Mar 4 Holi Gazetted Holiday
2027 Mon Mar 22 Holi Gazetted Holiday

While we diligently research and update our holiday dates, some of the information in the table above may be preliminary. If you find an error, please let us know.

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