The Assam Government Holiday List 2024 is a comprehensive guide to the major public holidays observed in the state. This list includes a variety of festivals and events, such as Bihu, Diwali, Christmas, and more. By planning your year ahead, you can ensure that you have ample time to celebrate with your loved ones and experience all that Assam has to offer during these festive occasions.
Total no of holidays: 36 Holidays (Full Day)
Date of issue: 2nd November 2023
File format: PDF (573 KB)
Assam Government Holiday List 2024
Here is a snapshot of the official holidays for Assam in 2024.
|15th January 2024||Magh Bihu & Tusu Puja|
|16th January||Magh Bihu & Tusu Puja|
|23rd January||Gwthar Bathou San/|
|26th January||Republic Day|
|31st January||Me-Dam -Me-Phi|
|24th February||Bir Chilaray Divas|
|25th March||Dol Jatra|
|29th March||Good Friday|
|13th April||Bohag Bihu|
|14th April||Bohag Bihu|
|15th April||Bohag Bihu|
|20th April||Sati Sadhini Divas|
|1st May||May Day|
|8th May||Tithi of Damodar Deva|
|23rd May||Buddha Purnima|
|24th May||Janmotsav of Sri Sri|
|17th June||Id-ul –Zuha|
|15th August||Independence Day|
|23rd August||Tirubhav Tithi of Sri Sri|
|4th September||Tirubhav Tithi of Srimanta|
|14th September||Karam Puja|
|2nd October||Birthday of Mahatma|
|10th October||Durga Puja|
|11th October||Durga Puja|
|12th October||Durga Puja|
|13th October||Vijaya Dashomi /|
Janmotsav of Sri Sri
|17th October||Kati Bihu|
|31st October||Kali Puja & Diwali|
|3rd November||Bhatri Dwitiya|
|7th November||Chhat Puja|
|15th November||Guru Nanak’s Birthday|
|24th November||Lachit Divas|
|2nd December||Asom Divas( Su-Ka-Pha|
|25th December||Christmas Day|
Click here to download the official holiday notification of General Administration Department, Assam for complete details.
The anticipation for the upcoming year’s holidays is always high, and the General Administration Department of the Assam Government has just made the wait easier by releasing the official holiday schedule for 2024.
This comprehensive guide specifies the festivals and events celebrated across government institutions as official holidays, ensuring that everyone can plan their year accordingly. It’s worth noting that this list only includes the major public holidays, and there may be other regional or local holidays observed in specific areas of Assam.
While these holidays represent days of celebration and reflection, they also offer an opportunity to experience Assam’s rich culture, diverse traditions, and warm hospitality. It’s a great time to immerse yourself in the local festivities, explore the region’s natural beauty, and savour its delicious cuisine.