New Year 2023: From today the new year i.e. 2023 has started, everyone has welcomed the new year with enthusiasm. Titisvi was organized in every house, everyone enjoyed a great party and bid farewell to the new year (bye 2022) and welcomed the new year. #Welcome2023 ) Did.
The first thing we look at in the new year is the calendar and the holidays too! What are the holidays this year or on which day are the festivals and accordingly we plan the holidays. (Holiday list of HappyNewYear2023, these holidays will come on weekends in the new year 2023) It often happens that some festivals come at the end of the week ie on the weekend and the holidays entitled to it become useless, then those who have a holiday on Saturday and Sunday There is a work panchayat. It’s been the same this year too, with a number of festivals arriving right before the weekend, so it’s safe to say that a lot of your holidays will be ruined. Let’s take a look at this year’s holidays.

Holidays in 2023: January 14, 2023, Makar Sankranti 2023 Date, Pongal – Saturday

The new year is beginning with the festival of Makar Sankranti 2023 date. This year Sankranti is falling on a Saturday on January 14 and in addition the Pongal festival also falls on a Saturday, thus reducing one holiday. So you missed a holiday at the beginning of the year.

Holiday in 2023 : 18 February 2023, Mahashivratri, Saturday

In 2023, Mahashivaratri has come in the month of February and this year this festival has come on Saturday, in such a situation, the holiday of Mahashivaratri will be useless for those who have holiday on Saturday. But those who have holidays other than weekends can get the benefit of this holiday.


Holidays In 2023 : 22 April 2023, Eid-ul-Fitr, Saturday

Eid is on 22nd April in 2023 and this day is also a Saturday, so those who work for five days will also have a holiday on this day.

Holidays in 2023 : 12 November 2023, Diwali, Sunday

The festival of Diwali is the biggest festival. But this year Diwali is falling on a Sunday, so plan ahead keeping in mind that Diwali will be a day shorter than other holidays.

Holidays In 2023 : 19 November 2023, Chhath Puja, Sunday

Chhath Puja, which is celebrated in North India after Diwali, is falling on a Sunday this year, so this holiday has also become useless.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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