Kerala State Government General, Public and Restricted Holidays 2017 List

Kerala State Government General, Public and Restricted Holidays 2017 List:

The Government of Kerala had announced the list of General, public and restricted holidays for the New Year 2017 across all the districts of Kerala state in India.

Here we had mentioned the month wise list of General, Public and Restricted holidays for the year 2017 in the state of Kerala.

Kerala Government General Holidays 2017 List:
Republic Day – 26th January 2017
Sivarathri – 24th February 2017
Annual closing of accounts of Commercial and Co-operative Banks – 1st April 2017
Vishu/Good Friday/Birthday of Dr. B.R.Ambedkar – 14th April 2017
Easter – 16th April 2017
May Day – 1st May 2017
Idil-Fitr/Ramazan – 25th June 2017
Independence Day – 15th August 2017
Idul-Adha/Bakrid – 1st September 2017
First Onam – 3rd September 2017
Thiruvonam – 4th September 2017
Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi – 6th September 2017
Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day – 21st September 2017
Mahanavami – 29th September 2017
Vijayadasami – 30th September 2017
Gandhi Jayanthi – 2nd October 2017
Deepavali – 18th October 2017
Milad-I-Sherif – 2nd December 2017
Christmas – 25th December 2017

Keral Public Holidays 2017 List:
Mannam Jayanthi – 2nd January 2017
Republic Day – 26th January 2017
Sivarathri – 24th February 2017
Maundy Thursday – 13th April 2017
Good Fridy/Vishu/Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Jayanthi – 14th April 2017
Easter – 16th April 2017
May Day – 1st May 2017
Ramzan – 25th June 2017
Karkkdaka Vvu – 23rd July 2017
Independence Day – 15th August 2017
Ayyankali Jayanthi – 28th August 2017
Bakrid – 1st September 2017
First Onam – 3rd September 2017
Thiruvonam – 4th September 2017
Third Onam – 5th September 2017
Forth Onam/Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi – 12th September 2017
Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day – 21st September 2017
Mahanavami – 26th September 2017
Vijayadasami / Muharram – 30th September 2017
Gandhi Jayanthi – 2nd October 2017
Deepavali – 18th October 2017
Milad-i-Sherif – 2nd December 2017
Christmas – 25th December 2017

Restricted Holidays:
Avani Avittom – 7th August 2017

 

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