All Holidays for Hindu Religion 2019 in Bangladesh. Hindus celebrate a number of festivals all through the year. Hindu Holidays 2019 list details available here. Hindu festivals have one or more of religious, mythological and seasonal significance. The observance of the festival, the symbolism used and attached, and the style and intensity of celebration varies from region to region within the country.
It’s almost a guarantee that Hindus from some area of the world are observing festival or holiday. Major Hindu holidays vary from region to region, as the faith is practiced slightly differently in certain areas. Two of the most important holidays that are recognized by most Hindus from all over the world are Holi and Diwali.
Holidays for Hindu Religion 2019
Holi is a popular festival that celebrates the beginning of spring and bids farewell to winter. The religious significance revolves around old Hindu mythology, but today Hindus consider it a boisterous and fun-filled festival. Devotees throw colored powders and scented water on each other to celebrate the colors of spring.
Diwali is the festival of lights that usually is observed for five days in the fall every year. This is a major Hindu holiday and marks the end of the harvest season where farmers give thanks for the bounty of the past year and pray for a good harvest for the following year. It is also a time to give thanks to the Goddess Lakshmi, who symbolizes wealth and prosperity, and marks the start of a new business year.
There will also be some optional Holidays for Hindu Religion 2019. Those are mentioned here.
Sri Sri Saraswati Puja: On 22nd January, optional holidays can be taken on the occasion of Sri Sri Saraswati Puja. Total holiday is 1 day.
Sri Sri Shivaratri Broto: On 14th February, people of Hindu religion can take an optional holiday for the purpose of Sri Sri Shivaratri Broto.
Shuvo Dolzatra: On 01 March, people of Hindu religion can take an optional holiday for the purpose of Shuvo Dolzatra.
Arrival Day Of Sri Sri Harichand Tagore : On 15th March, Hindu people can take an optional 1 day leave on the occasion of the arrival of Sri Sri Harichand Tagore.
Shuvo Mohaloya : On 8th October, the Hindu people will be able to take 1 day holiday on the occasion of Shuvo Mohaloya.
On 18th October, Hindu people will be able to take the 1-day optional holiday on the occasion of Sri Sri Durga Puja (Nobomi.
Sri Sri Laxmi Puja: On October 24, Hindu people will be able to take the 1-day optional holiday on the occasion of Sri Sri Laxmi Puja.
Sri Sri Shyama Puja: On 6th November, Hindu people can take an optional holiday for the purpose of Sri Sri Shyama Puja.
Hindu Holidays 2019
Have a look at the list of optional Public holidays at a glance for people of Hindu religion are given here.
|day||date||Holidays name||Total vacation|
|Monday||22 January||Sri Sri Saraswati Puja||01 day|
|Wednesday||14 February||Sri Sri Shibratri Broto||01 day|
|Thursday||01 March||Shuvo Dolzatra||01 day|
|Thursday||15 March||Arrival Day of Sri Sri Harichand Tagore||01 day|
|Monday||08 October||Shuvo Mohaloya||01 day|
|Thursday||18 October||Sri Sri Durga Puja (Nobomi)||01 day|
|Wednesday||24 October||Sri Sri Laxmi Puja||01 day|
|Tuesday||06 November||Shree Shree Shema Puja||01 day|
*A Hindu Employee can choose maximum 3 days of additional holidays.
It is known as the festival of lights because candles and lamps are used in homes and often fire crackers on the street to signify the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. Illuminating lights symbolize the awareness of a person’s inner light and firecrackers are used to drive away evil spirits. Hindus celebrate in their homes with family and friends by wearing new clothes and sharing foods and sweets. If you have any question about All Holidays for Hindu Religion 2019 in Bangladesh then comment bellow or message us through our Facebook Page. We will reply as soon as possible.