Leave Calendar in Bangladesh 2021, National Holidays list of Bangladesh in 2021. According to the New Year calendar, the total public leave in 2021 is 22 days. The general holiday is 14 days. And executive leaves for 8 days. Apart from this, there are optional 5 holidays for Muslims, 8 days for Hindus, 8 days for Christians, and 5 days for Buddhists.
2021 Leave Calendar in Bangladesh
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Most importantly, that is all of the Bangladesh holidays. February 21, Martyrs’ Day and International Mother Language Day, March 17, the birthday of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman; March 26 Independence Day and National Day; May 1, May Day; May 6, Buddha Purnima.
Jumaatul Bida is on May 11. May 14, Eid-ul-Fitr; August 1, Eid-ul-Azha; August 11, Happy Birthday; August 15, National Mourning Day; October 26, Durgapuja (Vijaya Tenth); October 30, Eid-i-Miladunnabi (saw); December 16, Victory Day; December 25, including the birthday of Jesus Christ.
Feb 21: Language Martyrs’ Day
Mar 17: Mujib’s Birthday & Children’s Day
Mar 25: Genocide Remembrance Day
Mar 26: Independence Day
Apr 14: Bengali New Year’s Day
May 1: May Day
May 13: End of Ramadan (Eid al-Fitr)
May 19: Buddha’s Birthday
Jul 20: Feast of the Sacrifice (Eid al-Adha)
Aug 15: National Mourning Day
Aug 18: Day of Ashura
Aug 24: Krishna Janmashtami
Oct 8: Durga Puja
Oct 18: Birthday of Muhammad (Mawlid)
Nov 21: Armed Forces Day
Dec 14: Martyred Intellectuals Day
Dec 16: Victory Day
Dec 25: Christmas Day
Public Holidays by Executive Order
That is to say, April 04, Shab-e-Barat; April 14 is the Bengali New Year; May 21, Shab-e-Qadr; Eid-ul-Fitr (Eid-ul-Fitr) on May 14 and 16; July 31 and August 2, Eid-ul-Azha (before and after Eid); August 30, Ashura.
Optional holidays (Muslim period)
Certainly, March 23, Shab-e-Mirage; May 27, Eid-ul-Fitr (2nd day after Eid); August 3, Eid-ul-Azha (2nd day of Eid); October 14, the last Chahar Somba; November 27, including Fateha-e-Yazdahm.
Optional holidays (Hindu period)
Therefore, January 29, Sri Sri Saraswati Puja; February 21, Sri Sri Shivratri Brat; March 9, Happy trek; March 22, Sri Sri Harichand Thakur appears; September 13, Happy Mahalaya. October 25, Sri Sri Durgapuja (Navami); October 30, Sri Sri Lakshmi Puja; On November 14, Sri Sri Shinna is worshiped.
Optional holidays (Christian)
On the other hand, January 1, English New Year; February 26: Wednesday; April 8, Thursday to virtue; April 10, Good Friday; April 11, Saturday; April 12, Easter Sunday; December 24 and 26, including the birthdays of Jesus Christ (before and after the big day).
Optional holidays (Buddhist)
However, February 8, Maghi Purnima; April 13, Chaitra Sankranti; July 4, Ashari Purnima; September 2, Honey Purnima (Vadra Purnima); October 1, including Prabarna Purnima (Ashwini Purnima).
Finally, Optional holidays (for employees belonging to the small ethnic groups operating in and out of the Chittagong Hill Tracts) are – April 12 and 15, a total of 2 days with social festivals similar to the other small ethnic groups in Beasawi and the Chittagong Hill Tracts.