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Discover the Official Bangladesh Government Holiday Calendar for 2023

Bangladesh government has published the list of holidays for 2023. You can download the 2023 calendar in image and PDF format from here.

BD Government Holiday Calendar 2023. Bangladesh government has published the list of holidays for 2023. Ministry of Public Administration has posted the list of holidays on its website at www.mopa.gov.bd.

There will be 22 public holidays in 2023 (combining general and executive orders). Eight of these days fall on Friday and Saturday.

Government Holidays in Bangladesh 2023

In 2023, all Government and Semi-Government Offices and Statutory Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Bodies of Bangladesh shall observe the following holidays:

Discover the Official Bangladesh Government Holiday Calendar for 2023: Plan Your Year with Ease!

Day Date Holiday Name Type
Tuesday Language Martyrs’ Day National Holiday
Tuesday *Shab-e-Barat National Holiday
Friday Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s birthday National Holiday
Sunday Independence Day National Holiday
Friday Bengali New Year National Holiday
Friday Jumatul Bidah National Holiday
Tuesday *Shab-e-Qadr National Holiday
Saturday *Eid al-Fitr National Holiday
Sunday Eid al-Fitr Holiday National Holiday
Monday Eid al-Fitr Holiday National Holiday
Monday Labour Day National Holiday
Friday Buddha Purnima National Holiday
Thursday *Eid-ul-Azha National Holiday
Friday Eid-ul-Azha Holiday National Holiday
Saturday Eid-ul-Azha Holiday National Holiday
Friday Ashura National Holiday
Tuesday National Mourning Day National Holiday
Thursday Janmashtami National Holiday
Wednesday *Eid-e-Miladunnabi National Holiday
Tuesday Durga Puja National Holiday
Saturday Victory Day National Holiday
Monday Christmas Day National Holiday

Bangladesh Government Calendar 2023

“Discover the official holidays and important dates for the Bangladesh Government in 2023 with our comprehensive calendar. Plan your schedule and stay informed with our easy-to-use resource.”

Below you can see an image of the Bangladesh Government Calendar 2023. Here, BD Calendar 2023 with a List of Public Holidays is uploaded. For better quality print, please download it in PDF format.

Bangladesh Government Holiday Calendar 2023
 
Bangladesh Government Calendar 2023

 

 

BD Govt Calendar 2023 PDF Download

You can download Bangladesh Government Calendar 2023 in PDF format. To download BD Calendar 2023, please click on the download button below!

Bangladesh Government Holiday 2023

Bangladesh Government holidays are an important aspect of the country’s culture and tradition. In 2023, there are a total of 16 public holidays have been announced by the government. These holidays are a great opportunity for citizens to take a break from their daily routines and spend quality time with their loved ones.

The first government holiday of 2023 is Language Martyrs’ Day, which is celebrated on February 21st. Language Martyrs’ Day, celebrated on February 21st, honors the memory of those who lost their lives during the Bengali Language Movement of 1952. It serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made to secure the recognition of Bengali as one of the official languages of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh).

The second holiday is Victory Day, which is celebrated on December 16th. This day marks the victory of the Bengali nationalist movement in 1971, which led to the formation of Bangladesh.

The third holiday is Independence Day, which is celebrated on March 26th. This day marks the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan in 1971.

The fourth holiday is May Day, which is celebrated on May 1st. This day is also known as International Workers’ Day and is a day to celebrate the contributions of workers to society.

The fifth holiday is Eid-ul-Fitr, which is celebrated at the end of Ramadan. This is a time for Muslims to celebrate the end of the month of fasting and to spend time with their families.

The sixth holiday is Eid-ul-Azha, which is celebrated on the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the twelfth month of the Islamic calendar. This is a time for Muslims to celebrate the sacrifice of the prophet Ibrahim and to spend time with their families.

The seventh holiday is Durga Puja, which is celebrated in October. This is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil.

The eighth holiday is Diwali, which is celebrated in October or November. This is a Hindu festival of lights that celebrates the victory of good over evil.

The ninth holiday is Christmas Day, which is celebrated on December 25th. This is a Christian holiday that celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ.

The tenth holiday is Boxing Day, which is celebrated on December 26th. This is a day for people to give gifts to their loved ones and to spend time with their families.

The eleventh holiday is Shab-e-Barat, which is celebrated on the full moon night of the eighth lunar month. This is a Muslim holiday that is observed with prayers, fasting, and giving to charity.

The twelfth holiday is Pohela Boishakh, which is celebrated on April 14th. This is the Bengali New Year and is celebrated with music, dance, and cultural events.

The thirteenth holiday is Ashura, which is celebrated on the tenth day of Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar. This is a Muslim holiday that commemorates the martyrdom of Imam Husayn, the grandson of the prophet Muhammad.

The fourteenth holiday is Shab-e-Qadr, which is celebrated on the night of power in the Islamic month of Ramadan. This is a Muslim holiday that is observed with prayers and fasting.

The fifteenth holiday is Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, which is celebrated on the twelfth day of Rabi’ al-Awwal, the third month of the Islamic calendar. This is a Muslim holiday that commemorates the birth of the prophet Muhammad.

The sixteenth holiday is National Mourning Day, which is celebrated on August 15th. This is a day to remember the sacrifice of the father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and other members of his family.

In conclusion, the government holidays of 2023 in Bangladesh offer a great opportunity for citizens to take a break from their daily routine and spend quality time with their family and friends.

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