List of Public Holidays in Delhi in October 2019
New Delhi is the capital city of India. The Delhi region is also famous for a lot of important offices, businesses, organizations, headquarters of different establishments and a line of various other important establishments. Delhi faces the highest amount of traffic on the roads in India especially during the weekdays. Majority of Delhi residents are the victims of busy life. Holidays bring them so much joy and extra time to finish some pending jobs and tasks that are dear to them.
In the month of October, festivals are lined up in addition to the national event of Gandhi Jayanti. Before some time, the RBI declared holiday on second and Fourth Saturdays. Hence the list of holidays for banks also goes up now. Look at the holiday calendar for Delhi in the chart below to get the list of October 2019 holidays in Delhi.
|October 2019 Delhi Public Holidays|
|Tuesday||29/10/2019||Bhai Dooj (reserved)|
Holidays bring with them cheers as well as some inconveniences. You get to enjoy a relaxing time at home or with your other pastimes and hobbies. Holidays are also used to complete some important chores that you had missed out amidst the busy daily routine. Some holidays are used for travels and adventures. Nevertheless, if you wish to use the services of banks and other institutions that go on holiday during public holidays and weekends, you will find yourself strangled.
When you face holidays, you must plan well in advance so that you can avoid the inconveniences that come with holidays. Especially this festival season, remember to take cash from ATM’s beforehand so that you can avoid last minute disappointments and bigger queues lined up for money. While holidays can give you so much joy and extra time to finish some important chores, consulting the calendar before the start of holidays and a proper planning can help you make the best of holidays.
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