The list of India Public Holidays 2014 is available below. As a very large country consisting of many cultures and religions, India’s public holidays 2014 are mostly constructed from various traditional and religious festivals.
Some popular religious festivals celebrated in almost every region of India are the Hindu festivals such as Holi, Diwali, and Dussehra, as well as the Islamic ones including Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha, and Mawlid an-Nab.
Republic Day, Independence Day, and the Gandhi Jayanti are the only secular public holidays acknowledge every year in this second most populous country in the world.
The list of India Public Holidays 2014 is available below. Please note that the information provided below is based on estimation. We do not and cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information concerning India Public Holidays 2014.