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We all long for holidays. I would rather say that we all need holidays. It gives us a break from the monotonous routine work. It is also the time to think for oneself, spend quality time with family and  friends, plan for short trips or explore new places and also finish the long procrastinated work. This is one of the reasons for the hike in the ticket prices and the traffic during the holiday time. One can get relief from the hectic schedule and also prepare mentally for the upcoming projects and office works. The weekends aren’t sufficient to finish all the pending tasks. These holidays are of great use if they fall along with the weekends. The year 2014 had been a blessing in disguise, as many of the government holidays were clubbed along with the weekends, thereby leaving a smile on many grumpy faces. The following are the general list of holidays declared by the Karnataka State Government for their employees, for the year 2014.

JANUARY:

January 1                  New Year

January 14                Prpophet’s birthday

January 15               Makkar  Shankranti

January 26               Republic day

FEBRUARY:

February 27               Maha Shivratri

MARCH:

March 31                   Ugadi

April:

April 1                       Annual Accounts closing (Bank holidays)

April 13                    Mahaveer Jayanti

April 14                    Ambedkar Jayanti

April 18                    Good friday

MAY:

May 1                     May day

May 2                    Basava Jayanti

JUNE:

Nil

JULY:

July 29              Ramazan

AUGUST:

August 15           Independence day

SEPTEMBER:

September 24     Mahalaya

September 30    Mid-year Accounts closing (Bank Holiday)

OCTOBER:

October 2           Gandhi Jayanti

October 3           Dussera

October 6           Bakri Eid

October 8          Birthday of Maharishi Valmiki

October 22       Naraka Chaurdasi

October 24       Diwali

NOVEMBER:

November 1       Kannada Rajyothsava

November 4       Muharam

November 10    Kannaka Jayanti

DECEMBER:

December 25    Christmas day

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