Thank us later: Full list of long weekends in 2020

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The year 2020 has might have a lot of good things for you, but what’s coming for sure is a bucket full of long weekends. 2020 is set to have even more long weekends than in 2019.

2020 has 17 potential long weekends for all who hate working more than 5 days a week and also for the ones craving a paid leave for vacation. With a total of 17 potential long weekends, the coming year has six more potentially long weekends.

Here’s a list of 17 potential long weekends for you to preplan your weekend getaways:

January

Wednesday-Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday

1 January – New Year

2 January – Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti (restricted)

3 January – Take the day off

4 January

5 January

February

Friday-Saturday-Sunday

Friday, 21 Feb: Maha Shivratri (restricted)

Saturday, 22 Feb

Sunday, 23 Feb

Monday, 24 February – Take the day off

March

Saturday-Sunday-Monday-Tuesday

Saturday, 7 March

Sunday, 8 March

Monday, 9 March – Take the day off

Tuesday, 10 March – Holi

April

Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Monday-Tuesday

Thursday, 2 April – Ram Navami (restricted)

Friday, 3 April- Take the day off

Saturday, 4 April

Monday – 5 April

Tuesday – 6 April- Mahavir Jayanti (restricted)

Friday-Saturday-Sunday

Friday, 10 April- Good Friday

Saturday, 11 April

Sunday, 12 April

May

Friday-Saturday-Sunday

Friday, 1 May- Labour Day/Maharashtra Day

Saturday, 2 May

Sunday, 3 May

Thursday-Friday-Saturday

Thursday, 7 May – Buddha Purnima

Friday, 8 May – Take the day off

Saturday, 9 May

August

Saturday-Sunday-Monday

Saturday, 1 August

Sunday, 2 August

Monday, 3 August – Rakshabandhan

Wednesday-Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday-Monday

Wednesday, 12 August – Janmashtami (restricted)

Thursday, 13 August – Take the day off

Friday, 14 August – Take the day off

Saturday, 15 August – Independence Day

Sunday,16 August

Monday, 17 August – Parsi New Year

Saturday-Sunday-Monday

Saturday, 29 August

Sunday, 30 August – Muharram

Monday, 31 August – Onam (restricted)

October

Friday-Saturday-Sunday

Friday, 2 October – Gandhi Jayanti

Saturday, 3 October

Sunday, 4 October

Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday

Thursday, 29 October – Id-e-Milad

Friday, 30 October – Take the day off

Saturday, 31 October

Sunday, 1 November

November

Friday-Saturday-Sunday-Monday

Friday, 13 November – Dhanteras

Saturday, 14 November – Diwali

Sunday, 15 November

Monday, 16 November – Bhaiduj

Saturday-Sunday-Monday

Saturday, 28 November

Sunday, 29 November

Monday, 30 November – Guru Nanak Jayanti

December

Friday-Saturday-Sunday

Friday, 25 December – Christmas

Saturday, 26 December

Sunday, 27 December

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