Nepali Holidays

Nepali Holidays 2018 | Nepali Calender 2075 | List of Public Holidays

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According to gazette published by Nepal Government on dated 2074 , Chaitra 14 (march 29) Nepali National holidays.Twelve Nepali Holidays including Ganatantra day, Shree Krishna Janmashtami, Kojagrat Purnima, Janai Purnima etc. have been cut off this year.

Types of Public Holidays (Nepali Holidays 2018)

As per the record by Nepal Government, there are 89 public holidays on the whole year. This year the Government has categorized into Nine types of Holidays. They are as follows:

  1. Saturday holidays on the whole year

Baisakh:          1,8,15,22,29

Jestha:             5,12,19,26

Asar:                2,9,16,23,30

Shrawan:         5,12,19,26

Bhadra:           2,9,16,23,30

Ashoj:              6,13,20,27

Kartik:              3,10,17,24

Mangshir:        1,8,15,22,29

Poush:             7,14,21,28

Magh:              5,12,19,26

Falgun:            4,11,18,25

Chaitra:           2,9,16,23,30

  1. Festival Holidays

New year, Maha Shiva Ratri, Fagu Purnima, Uvauli, Chhath, Gaura, Eid (eidullah Fitra), Bakar Eid( Eiduljoha), Udhauli, Yomari Punhi, Christmas Day, Tamu Lhosar, Maghe Sankranti, Sonam Lhosar, Gyalbo Lhosar, Siruwa Pani, Dhawathambu Chheuchik

  1. Only for Women Holidays

Haritalika Teej and Jitiya Parba

  1. Only for Educational Institutions Holidays

Basanta Panchami

  1. Jatra Holidays (Only in Kathmandu Valley)

Gai Jatra, Indra Jatra, Matkshendranathko bhoto Dekhaune  Jatra, Ghode Jatra

  1. Dashain Holidays

From Fulpati to Ekadashi (5 days)

  1. Tihar Holidays (3 days)

Laxmi Puja, Gobardhan Puja, Mha Puja, Bhai Tika

  1. Special Day Holidays

Labour Day, Constitution Day, International Women Day, International Handicapped day

  1. Birth Anniversary Day

Buddha Jayanti, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Falgunanada Jayanti

Read Also: International Days

Detailed Monthlywise Nepali Holidays are as Follows:

Baisakh:

Bisakh 1 (new Year),

Baisakh 17 Buddha Jayanti and 17(Chandi nach parba, only for kirat Rai and Limbu),

Baisakh 18 (Labour Day)

Jestha:

Asar:

Shrawan:

Bhadra:

Bhadra 11 (Gaijatra, only in Kathmandu Valley)

Bhadra 18 Gaura Parba( only for concerned people of that area),

Bhadra 26 (Haritalika Teej, Only for women)

Ashoj:

Ashoj 3 (National Holiday),

Ashoj 8 (Indra Jatra, only for Kathmandu Valley)

Ashoj 16 (Jitiya Parba only for women),

Ashoj 30,31 (Dashain Holiday)

Kartik:

Kartik 1,2 and 3 (Dashain Holiday),

Kartik 21,22 and 23 Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, (Tihar holiday),

Kartik 25, Sunday (Falgunananda Jayanti only for Kirat People)

Kartik 27, Tuesday (chhath, only for Tarai people)

Mangsir:

Mangsir 7, Friday (Guru Nanak Jayanti, only for Sheikh religious people)

Mangsir 17, Monday (Only for Handicapped People)

Poush:

Poush 7, Saturday (Yomari Punhi, Udhauli Parba)

Poush 10, Tuesday (Christmas Day)

Paush 15, Sunday (Tamu Lhosar),

Magh:

Magh 1, Tuesday (Maghe Sankranti, maghi parba)

Magh 27, Sunday Basanta Panchami, (only for educational institution)

Magh 22, Tuesday (Sonam Lhosar)

Falgun:

Falgun 23, Thursday (Gyalbo Lhosar, only for Sherpas)

Falgun 24, Friday (International Women Day)

Chaitra:

Chaitra 22, Friday (Ghode Jatra)

Eid (Idullahfitra) and Bakar Eid (Eiduljoha) for Muslim religious people holidays are yet unidentified date of the holidays. Matkshendra Nathko Bhoto dekhaune jatra day is also not decide yet. Those days are fixed according to horoscope calendar.

Cut off Holidays in 2075

Baisakh 11: Loktantra Diwas (Democracy Day)

Jestha 15:  Ganatantra Diwas (Republic Day)

Bhadra 10: Janaipurnima

Bhadra 17: ShreeKrishna Janmashtami

Bhadra 27: Rishi Panchami

Asoj 27: Ghatasthapana

Kartik 4: Duwadashi

Kartik 6: Kojagrat Purnima

Paush 27: Rastriya Ekata Diwas

Magh 16: Martyr’s Day

Falgun 7: Prajatantra Diwas

Chaitra 30: Ram Nawami

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