WB Holiday List 2024 – West Bengal Govt Holiday PDF

Government of West Bengal has published WB Holiday List 2024 with the official holiday list for the calendar year 2024. Check & Download Holiday List PDF.

EventWB Holiday List 2024
GovernmentGovt of West Bengal
DepartmentFinance Department, WB
Calendar Year2024
Holiday TypeSectional Holidays, State Holiday, Public Holidays
Released Date21 October 2024
Total Holidays49 Days
File TypePDF
File Size~1MB

WB Holiday List 2024

The Finance Department of the West Bengal Government releases the WB holiday list every year. The Holiday is categorized into three categories, These are Sectional Holidays, State Holidays, and Public Holidays. Public Holidays are the holidays when govt employees enjoy an off day and these are the holidays that apply to all states of India. State Holidays are enjoyed only in West Bengal but the Collector of Stamp Revenue & Offices of the Registrar of Assurances may remain open. Every state has different holidays in their states. Sectional Holidays are observed as Sectional holidays.

Related: Krishak Bandhu 2024

West Bengal Public, State & Sectional Holiday List

Here is the list of West Bengal Public Holidays, State Holidays and Sectional Holidays. Some holidays fall under weekend holidays. Such holidays which is on Sunday will be excluded from all three-holiday list.

WB Public Holidays in 2024

DateDayName of Events
1st JanuaryMondayNew Year’s Day
12th JanuaryFridayBirthday of Swami Vivekananda
**23rd JanuaryTuesdayNetaji’s Birthday
**26th JanuaryFridayRepublic Day
13th FebruaryTuesdayDay before Saraswati Puja
** 14th FebruaryWednesdaySaraswati Puja [Sree Panchami]
26th FebruaryMondayShab-e-Barat
8th MarchFridayShivaratri
**25th MarchMondayDoljatra
26th MarchTuesdayDay after Doljatra
**29th MarchFridayGood Friday
6th AprilSaturdayBirthday of Shri Harichand Thakur (Madhu Krishna Troyodashi Tithi)
10th AprilWednesdayDay before Eidd-Ul-Fitr
*11th AprilThursdayEid-Ul-Fitr
* 1st MayWednesdayMay Day
*: 8th MayWednesdayBirthday of Rabindranath Tagore
**23rd MayThursdayBuddha Purnima
17th JuneMondayId-Ud-Zoha (Bakrid)
13th JulySaturdayBirth Day of Poet Bhanu Bhakt for Darjeeling & Kalimpong District
17th JulyWednesdayMuharram
** 15th AugustThursdayIndependence Day
19th AugustMondayRakhi Bandhan
26th AugustMondayDay before Eid-Ul-Fitr
16th SeptemberMondayFateha-Dwaz-Daham
2nd OctoberWednesdayBirthday of Gandhiji
**2nd OctoberWednesdayMahalaya
7th OctoberMondayDurga Puja, Maha Chaturthi
8th OctoberTuesdayDurga Puja, Maha Panchami
9th OctoberWednesdayDurga Puja, Maha Shashthi
**10th OctoberThursdayDurga Puja, Maha Saptami
**11″ th OctoberFridayDurga Puja, Maha Astami and Maha Nabami
**12th OctoberSaturdayDurga Puja, Dasami
14th OctoberMondayAdditional Day for Durga Puja
15th OctoberTuesdayAdditional Day for Durga Puja
**16th OctoberWednesdayLakshmi Puja
17th OctoberThursdayAdditional Day for Lakshmi Puja
18th OctoberFridayAdditional day for Lakshmi Puja
**31st OctoberThursdayKali Puja
1st NovemberFridayAdditional Day for Kali Puja
4th NovemberMondayDay after Bhratridwitiya
7th NovemberThursdayChhat Puja
8th NovemberFridayAdditional Day for Chhat Puja
15th NovemberFridayBirthday of Guru Nanak
**25th DecemberWednesdayJanmashtami
To be notified later onKaram Puja

WB Sactional Holidays in 2024

DateName of Event
24 February 2024Birthday of Guru Rabidas
30 March 2024Easter Saturday

Important Links

Official Holiday List (2024)Click Here
Official Holiday List (2023)Click Here
Download Holiday List PDFClick Here
Official WebsiteClick Here

FAQs of West Bengal Government Holiday

When is the West Bengal Holiday Calendar 2024 Declared?

The West Bengal Holiday Calendar 2024 is Declared.

How to Check West Bengal Official Government Holidays?

The Official WB Government Holidays can be checked on this page. The Holiday list is the official holiday list declared by Govt of West Bengal.

How can I Download the WB Holiday List 2024?

As of now, The WB Holiday List 2023 has already expired. The calendar for 2024 is not declared, Can be downloaded after declaration from the Important Link section.

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