Central, State Government Gazetted, Restricted and Public Holidays in September 2023
September 2023 is packed with holidays and special days, both gazetted and restricted. Janmashtami, which is celebrated by the Vaishnava and Smarta communities, falls on the 7th and 6th of the month, respectively. Milad-un-Nabi or Id-e-Milad, which marks the birthday of Prophet Muhammad, will be observed on the 28th. Meanwhile, Ganesh Chaturthi is set for the 19th. For those who follow the lunar calendar, Amavasya is on Thursday, September 14th. It begins at 6:00 AM and ends at 7:51 AM the following day. Pournami, on the other hand, starts on the evening of September 28th and concludes at 4:34 PM on the 29th.
Sankashti Chaturthi, which is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, falls on September 3rd. The fasting period starts at 1:43 AM on the 2nd and ends at 12:01 AM on the 3rd. Meanwhile, Karthigai, a festival of lights celebrated by Tamils, is set for September 5th. The festivities begin at 3:21 PM on the same day and end at 3:24 PM on the following day. Finally, there are several Valarpirai Suba Muhurtham dates in September, including September 17th. Meanwhile, Theipirai Muhurtham has several dates as well- September 3rd, 10th, 11th, and 13th. Check here the complete list of Indian Holidays and Festivals in the year 2023
September 2023 Calendar Overview
|Working Days||17 Days|
September 2023 Calendar with Holidays
|September 2023 Holiday Calendar|
Gazetted Holidays and Restricted Holidays
2nd and 4th Saturdays in September 2023
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Long Weekend Holidays in September 2023
In the 2nd week of September 2023, should you choose to take a solitary day off from your duties, a grand total of five consecutive days of leave shall be bestowed upon you.
- 06.09.2023 – Wednesday holiday on account of Janmashtami (Smarta)
- 07.09.2023 – Thursday holiday on account of Janmashtami (Vaishnava)
- 08.09.2023 – Friday
- 09.09.2023 – Saturday holiday on account of Second Saturday
- 10.09.2023 – Sunday holiday on account of Sunday
Should you opt to take a single day off during the fourth week of September 2023, you will be granted a consecutive block of four days off work.
- 16.09.2023 – Saturday holiday on account of Second Saturday
- 17.09.2023 – Sunday holiday on account of Sunday
- 18.09.2023 – Monday
- 19.09.2023 – Tuesday holiday on account of Ganesh Chaturthi
By opting for a single day off during the final week of September 2023, you will be entitled to a four-day consecutive break.
- 28.09.2023 – Thursday holiday on account of Milad-un-Nabi or Id-e-Milad
- 29.09.2023 – Friday
- 30.09.2023 – Saturday holiday on account of 5th Saturday
- 01.09.2023 – Sunday holiday on account of Sunday
Calendar 2023 India with Holidays and Festivals
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All Nakshatra Chandrashtama 2023 Date & Time
School Holiday List in Tamil Nadu
Bank of India Holiday Home List 2023 PDF
Holiday list 2023 India | List of Gazetted holidays in 2023
Amavasya Date in September 2023
|Amavasya Start Time||(14.9.2023) 6.00 AM|
|Amavasya End Time||(15.9.2023) 7.51 AM|
Pournami Date in September 2023
|Pournami Start Time||(28.9.2023) 6.47 PM|
|Pournami End Time||(29.9.2023) 4.34 PM|
Sankashti Chaturthi Date in September 2023
|Sankashti Chaturthi Date||3.9.2023|
|Sankashti Chaturthi Day||Sunday|
|Sankashti Chaturthi Start Time||(2.9.2023) 1.43 AM|
|Sankashti Chaturthi End Time||(3.9.2023) 12.01 AM|
Karthigai Date in September 2023
|Karthigai Start Time||(5.9.2023) 3.21 PM|
|Karthigai End Time||(6.9.2023) 3.24 PM|
Pradosham Date in September 2023
|Pradosham Date||Pradosham Day|
Valarpirai Suba Muhurtham Dates in September 2023
|Valarpirai Muhurtham Date||Valarpirai Muhurtham Day|
Theipirai Muhurtham Date in September 2023
|Theipirai Muhurtham Date||Theipirai Muhurtham Date|
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What holidays are included in the September 2023 calendar for India?
September 2023 is packed with both gazetted and restricted holidays, including Janmashtami, Milad-un-Nabi or Id-e-Milad, Ganesh Chaturthi, Amavasya, and Pournami.
When is Janmashtami celebrated in September 2023?
Janmashtami is celebrated on September 7th for the Vaishnava community and September 6th for the Smarta community in 2023.
What is Milad-un-Nabi or Id-e-Milad and when is it observed in September 2023?
Milad-un-Nabi or Id-e-Milad marks the birthday of Prophet Muhammad and is observed on September 28th in 2023.
When is Ganesh Chaturthi celebrated in September 2023?
Ganesh Chaturthi is set for September 19th in 2023.
What is Amavasya and when is it observed in September 2023?
Amavasya is a lunar phase of the new moon and falls on Thursday, September 14th, 2023. It begins at 6:00 AM and ends at 7:51 AM the following day.
What is Pournami and when is it observed in September 2023?
Pournami is a lunar phase of the full moon and starts on the evening of September 28th and concludes at 4:34 PM on the 29th in 2023.
What is Sankashti Chaturthi, and when does it fall in September 2023?
Sankashti Chaturthi is a Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Ganesha, and it falls on September 3rd, 2023.
What is the fasting period for Sankashti Chaturthi?
The fasting period for Sankashti Chaturthi starts at 1:43 AM on September 2nd, 2023, and ends at 12:01 AM on September 3rd, 2023.
When is Karthigai festival in September 2023?
Karthigai, a festival of lights celebrated by Tamils, is set for September 5th, 2023.
What are the dates of Valarpirai Suba Muhurtham in September?
September 17th, 2023, is one of the Valarpirai Suba Muhurtham dates in September.
What are the dates of Theipirai Muhurtham in September?
The dates of Theipirai Muhurtham in September 2023 are September 3rd, 10th, 11th, and 13th.