The 2015 long-weekends list is here in India …!!

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The 2015 long-weekends list is here..

If you thought 2014 had a bunch of long weekends, wait for 2015 to roll in. The year is packed with three- and four-day weekends and, if you take a couple of days off, a bumper nine-day Diwali break. Call in sick strategically and you have a whopping 58 days of travel

January–Slot1
1 January, Thursday: New Year’s Day
2 January, Friday — Skip work; they will understand.
3 January, Saturday
4 January, Sunday

January–Slot2
23 January, Friday — Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti (Kolkata)
24 January, Saturday
25 January, Sunday
26 January, Monday — Republic Day

February—
14 February, Saturday
15 February, Sunday
16 February, Monday — Skip work, because Valentine’s Day long weekend!
17 February, Tuesday — Maha Shivratri

March—
6 March, Friday — Holi
7 March, Saturday
8 March, Sunday

April–Slot1
3 April, Friday — Good Friday
4 April, Saturday
5 April, Sunday

April–Slot2
11 April, Saturday
12 April, Sunday
13 April, Monday — Take leave
14 April, Tuesday— Ambedkar Jayanti, Tamil New Year.

May–
1 May, Friday — Labour Day; Maharashtra Day
2 May, Saturday
3 May, Sunday
4 May, Monday — Buddha Purnima

August–
15 August, Saturday
16 August, Sunday
17 August, Monday — Skip work; you haven’t had a break since May!
18 August, Tuesday — Parsi New Year

September–Slot1
17 September, Thursday — Ganesh Chaturthi
18 September, Friday — Skip work
19 September, Saturday
20 September, Sunday

September–Slot2
24 September, Thursday — Bakri Id
25 September, Friday — Skip work
26 September, Saturday
27 September, Sunday

October–Slot1
2 October, Friday — Gandhi Jayanti
3 October, Saturday
4 October, Sunday

October–Slot2
22 October, Thursday—Dussehra
23 October, Friday — Take leave
24 October, Saturday
25 October, Sunday

November–
7 November, Saturday
8 November, Sunday
9 November, Monday — Dhanteras
10 November, Tuesday — Naraka Chaturdashi or take leave
11 November, Wednesday—Diwali (Lakshmi Puja)
12 November, Thursday—Diwali

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