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September Holidays in India
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The ninth month of the calendar year is full of festivals in India and thus it has quite a few holidays. Ganesh Chaturthi, Teej, Muharram and even Dusshera in some years are celebrated in September. Apart from these, the regional holidays vary as per the customs and traditions of different states. Thus, festival holidays may differ from one state to another. Here is a list of popular holidays in September.

List of Holidays in September in 2019

Date Day Festival Comments
1 Sep Sunday Hartalika Teej Restricted holiday
2 Sep Monday Ganesh Chaturthi  
7 Sep Saturday Birthday of Baba Sri Chand Ji Punjab
12 Sep Thursday Saragarhi Day  
3 Sep Tuesday Nuakhai Odisha
10 Sep Tuesday Muharram  
20 Sep Friday Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Kerala
23 Sep Monday Haryana's Hero's Martyrdom Haryana

Bank Holidays in September 2019

Date Day Festival State
02 - 09 - 2019 Monday Ganesh Chaturthi Odisha, Goa, Karnataka, Odisha, Maharashtra, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Mizoram
03- 09 - 2019 Tuesday Naukhai Odisha
02 - 09 - 2019 Monday Ganesh Festival Goa
07 - 09 - 2019 Saturday Baba Sri Chand Ji Jayanti Punjab
08 - 09 - 2019 Sunday Ramdev Jayanti Rajasthan
20 - 09 - 2019 Friday Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Kerala
10 - 09 - 2019 Tuesday Muharram West Bengal, Goa, Assam, Goa, Jharkhand, Kerala, Manipur, Tripura, West Bengal, Uttarakhand
23 - 09 - 2019 Monday Heroes' Martyrdom Day Haryana
28 - 09 - 2019 Saturday Bhagat Singh Ji Birthday Punjab
29-09-2019 Sunday Mahalaya West Bengal, Tripura, Odisha

Note: Banks have holidays on second and fourth Saturdays too.

Description of Holidays in September

Muharram: It is a major Islamic festival celebrated by the Muslim community. Muharram is the first month of the Islamic lunar calendar.

Teej: Teej is celebrated to welcome the monsoon season in North Western India. Teej is a public holiday in Haryana.

Ganesh Festival: Ganesh Chaturthi is a popular Hindu festival celebrated in many states, most grandly in Maharashtra. The festival marks the day on which Lord Ganesha or Ganapati made his presence on the earth for his devotees.