What are the Jammu & Kashmir Govt Holidays in 2019?

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Asked on December 16, 2018 5:37 pm
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As per Jammu & Kashmir Government Order No. 1744 - GAD of 2018 Dated 12 December 2018, following public holidays to be observed during the calendar year 2019.

Jammu and Kashmir holidays List 2019

J&K Govt Public Holidays list 2019 for State Employees
Sr. No. Name of Occasion Month Date Day
1 Republic Day January 26 Saturday
2 Mahashivaratri March 4 Monday
3 Holi (Jammu Province Only) 21 Thursday
4 Yearly Closing of Banks (Banks Only) April 1 Monday
5 1st Navratra 6 Saturday
6 Baisakhi 14 Sunday
7 Birthday of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar 14 Sunday
8 Buddha Purnima May 18 Saturday
9 Jumat-ul-Vida 31 Friday
10 Shab-I-Qadr June 2 Sunday
11 Eid-ul-Fitr 5 Wednesday
12 Birthday of Guru Hargobind July 5 Friday
13 Martyr's Day 13 Saturday
14 Eid-ul-Azha August 12 Monday
13 Tuesday
15 Independence Day 15 Thursday
16 Janmashtami 24 Saturday
17 Ashoora September 10 Tuesday
18 Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi October 2 Wednesday
19 Dussera 8 Tuesday
20 Diwali 27 Sunday
21 Eid-i-Milad-ul-Nabi November 10 Sunday
22 Birthday of Guru Nanak Dev 12 Tuesday
23 Friday following Eid-i-Milad-ul-Nabi 15 Friday
24 Birthday of Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah December 5 Thursday
25 Christmas Day 25 Wednesday
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The Jammu & Kashmir Government has declared the total 25 numbers of Public Holidays for the year 2019 which have already been started. The list is explained above. I just want to add that the following Holidays are falling on the Sundays and the JK Govt has added these into the list.

  • Baisakhi - 14th April
  • Birthday of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar - 14th April
  • Shab-I-Qadr - 2nd June
  • Diwali - 27th October
  • Eid-i-Milad-ul-Nabi - 10th November

Apart from the above the both Baisakhi and Birthday of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar are coinciding with each other.

If we deduct the above 5 days then the net number of Holidays are only 20.

As per the Official Govt. Gazette all Muslim Holidays listed here are subject to appearance of the moon.

  • Jumat-ul-Vida - 31st May
  • Shab-I-Qadr - 2nd June
  • Eid-ul-Fitr - 5th June
  • Eid-ul-Azha - 12th & 13th August
  • Ashoora - 10th September
  • Eid-i-Milad-ul-Nabi - 10th November
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JK Govt Order on Holidays 2019

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