Long Weekends in 2020: Check Full List Of Holidays in India
Mark your calendars, plan those vacations beforehand and apply for leaves before your bosses can protest!
Year 2019 has almost come to an end. People are now curious to find out about long weekends in the coming year of 2020. If you have still not figured out about the long weekends, there are about 17 of them to look forward to.
This year, some of the festivals are falling on a Thursday, which means you will only have to apply for a day off on Friday, well in advance.
So mark your calendars, plan those vacations beforehand and apply for leaves before your bosses can protest! Put your travel plans on paper and thank us later for the cheap tickets and affordable hotels. Check below the long weekends in month wise format:
- Long Weekend In January 2020
|2||Thursday||Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti|
|3||Friday||Take a Day Off|
- Long Weekend In February 2020
|24||Monday||Take A day Off|
- Long Weekend In March 2020
|9||Monday||Take a Day Off|
- Long Weekend in April 2020
|3||Friday||Take a day off|
- Long Weekend in May 2020
|1||Friday||Labour Day/ Maharashtra Day|
|8||Friday||Take a day off|
- Long Weekend in August 2020
|13||Thursday||Take a day off|
|14||Friday||Take a day off|
|17||Monday||Parsi New Year|
- Long Weekend in October
|30||Friday||Take a day off|
- Long Weekend in November 2020
|30||Monday||Guru Nanak Jayanti|
- Long Weekend in December 2020
|31||Thursday||New Years Eve|
Places To Visit on Long Weekend
With potentially 17 long weekends this year, people can plan for a vacation in advance and can visit places like Agra for Taj Mahal, Vrindavan for Holi, Jaisalmer for its forts and museums, Mysore for Dussehra, Amritsar for the Golden Temple Diwali celebrations, Kerala for Onam, Cherapunjee for the monsoon, Mussoorie for its waterfalls, Ooty for the flower show and skiing, Goa for its Christmas festivities.
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