Holiday Calendar List 2020
2020 is finally here, marking the end of a long decade! Planning on new resolutions and goals is customary, so is knowing what’s in store when it comes to holidays. If you think there won’t be any opportunity for jollification, then have a look at our annual holiday calendar list 2020. Most of the festive holidays are fortunately occurring on Fridays, meaning long weekends for having a blast on trips with your beloved ones!
Long weekends not only provide refreshments, but they are also perfect occasions to create memories through long drives, trips, camping, trekking, or even the simplest of hangouts with peers. If you have any bucket list, then go through the holiday calendar list 2020 and start planning to check-mark the activities. India has no shortage of festivals, and if they come on weekdays, then it’s an icing on the cake. Mahashivratri falls on a Friday, followed by the 4th Saturday of February. This would mark the first long weekend of the year. You shouldn’t let go off this chance to go on a trip with your buddies. Mahavir Jayanti will be falling on a Monday in April, which would be an excellent time to catch up on sleep and get rid of the Monday blues.
The next extended weekend fixes its spot in May due to Ramzan Eid falling on the Monday post 4th Saturday. It would be best if you planned your office leaves wisely to go on a long trip around this time. The sumHR’s app will assist you in prioritizing your leaves so that you can make the best use of your holidays. Make sure to fix a trip at any of the coolest destinations for getting relief from the scorching heat of May.
You will experience a full-fledged festive environment in August. The 2nd week of August would prove to be a superb week for relaxation with Janmashtami on Tuesday and Independence Day on Saturday. This time, Ganesh Chaturthi is falling on 4th Saturday, and Onam on the last Monday of August. Thus, a good number of festive holidays, some office leaves would make August would be an outstanding month for planning a couple of trips. There isn’t a single festive holiday in September 2020.
The 3 most important days of the Diwali festival, i.e., Lakshmi Pujan, Diwali Padwa, and Bhai Dooj will be occurring from 4th Saturday to Monday in November. This long weekend would be an excellent time to spend Diwali at home with your loved ones and celebrate it with full enthusiasm. November has Guru Jayanti on its last Monday, giving you a chance to go on a trip after Diwali celebrations. Christmas will be falling on a Friday, followed by the 4th Saturday of December. Your Christmas celebrations would be merrier with this long weekend!
Apart from the long-weekends, you will get to cherish the holidays falling on weekdays due to Shivaji Jayanti, Holi, Gudi Padwa, Good Friday, Maharashtra Day, Ambedkar Jayanti, Bakra Eid, and Raksha Bandhan. You don’t have to sacrifice your trips anymore with sumHR making holiday planning convenient for you. So hover your eyes over the holiday calendar list 2020 and start planning your journeys and activities which you have been waiting for so long!