Saturday, 12 Jan
Sunday, 13 Jan
Monday, 14 Jan: Makar Sankranti/Pongal
Where to go: This is the best time to plan your trip to Gujarat and Rajasthan, considering lot many festivals takes places in January, one can be the part of International Kite Festival 6-14 Jan, Bikaner, Rajasthan for the Bikaner Camel Fair 12-13 Jan.
For adventure lovers its the best time try winter-sports in Uttarakhand.
Thursday, 28 Feb: Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti Restricted
Friday, 1 March: Take leave
Saturday, 2 March
Sunday, 3 March
Monday, 4 March: Maha Shivaratri
Thursday, 21 March: Holi
Friday, 22 March: Take leave
Saturday, 23 March
Sunday, 24 March
Where to go: The most pleasant month for travelling and if you have plenty of weekends in between then nothing is better than that. So make the most of it and explore the Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, Go to Nashik for Sula Vineyards, enjoy the majestic landscapes of Lansdowne.
Saturday, 13 April
Sunday, 14 April: Dr Ambedkar Jayanti and Vaisakhi and Ram Navami
Monday, 15 April: Take leave/ Vishu Restricted
Tuesday, 16 April: Take leave
Wednesday, 17 April: Mahavir Jayanti
Friday, 19 April: Good Friday
Saturday, 20 April
Sunday, 21 April: Easter Sunday
Where to go: One can visit Gulmarg to have the most gorgeous views of the valley, Bali to have a ball of time on the beaches or plan a long trip to Thailand, where you can be the part of Songkran festival too.
Thursday, 9 May: Guru Rabindranath Jayanti Restricted
Friday, 10 May: Take leave
Saturday, 11 May
Sunday, 12 May
Where to go: To have the best of time in the April breaks, go and explore the wilderness of Ladakh or travel to Spiti Valley. If this is not your choice of destination then can also go to Bir Billing for paragliding.
Saturday, 10 Aug
Sunday, 11 Aug
Monday, 12 Aug: Bakrid restricted
Tuesday, 13 Aug: Take leave
Wednesday, 14 Aug: Take leave
Thursday, 15 Aug: Independence Day / Raksha Bandhan
Friday, 16 Aug: Take leave
Saturday, 17 Aug: Parsi New Year
Sunday, 18 Aug
Saturday 31st Aug
Where to go: With just 3 leaves to take one can plan a long vacation in this month, where you can explore the backwaters of Kerala or Plan your Europe trip Book your tickets in advance.
Sunday, 1 Sept
Monday, 2 Sept: Ganesh Chaturthi
Saturday, 7 Sept
Sunday, 8 Sept
Monday, 9 Sept: Take Leave
Tuesday, 10 Sept: Muharram
Wednesday, 11 Sept: Onam Restricted
Where to go: In September 2019, one can plan to explore Onam in Kerala, Enjoy the Ziro festival in Arunachal Pradesh, mesmerise the mystic beauty of Lakshadweep Island.
Saturday, 5 Oct
Sunday, 6 Oct
Monday, 7 Oct: Take leave
Tuesday, 8 Oct: Dussehra and Durga Puja
Saturday, 26 Oct
Sunday, 27 Oct
Monday, 28 Oct: Diwali Holiday
Tuesday, 29 Oct: Bhai Dooj Restricted
Where to go: Visit Ladakh, to have an off-tourist season experience, enjoy the perfect beach vacation in Andaman and Nicobar Island, Visit to Sri Lanka for all the fun and frolic.
Saturday, 9 Nov
Sunday, 10 Nov: Eid e Milad
Monday, 11 Nov: Take leave
Tuesday, 12 Nov: Guru Nanak Jayanti
Where to go: Nothing like to be in Goa in the November month, if you wish to avoid all the December crowd, Visit Rajasthan for Pushkar fair, Mewar festival and many other festivities, which begins from the November month. To enjoy the fresh snow of the year, visit Manali.