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Why you should love , 2015! Thank us later!

The 2015 long-weekends list is here.
If you thought 2014 had a bunch of long weekends, wait for 2015 to roll in. The year is packed with three- and four-day weekends and, if you take a couple of days off, a bumper nine-day Diwali break. Call in sick strategically and you have a whopping 58 days of travel

January–Slot1
1 January, Thursday: New Year’s Day
2 January, Friday — Skip work; they will understand.
3 January, Saturday
4 January, Sunday

January–Slot2
23 January, Friday — Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti (Kolkata)
24 January, Saturday
25 January, Sunday
26 January, Monday — Republic Day

February—
14 February, Saturday
15 February, Sunday
16 February, Monday — Skip work, because Valentine’s Day long weekend!
17 February, Tuesday — Maha Shivratri

March—
6 March, Friday — Holi
7 March, Saturday
8 March, Sunday

April–Slot1
3 April, Friday — Good Friday
4 April, Saturday
5 April, Sunday

April–Slot2
11 April, Saturday
12 April, Sunday
13 April, Monday — Take leave
14 April, Tuesday— Ambedkar Jayanti, Tamil New Year.

May–
1 May, Friday — Labour Day; Maharashtra Day
2 May, Saturday
3 May, Sunday
4 May, Monday — Buddha Purnima

August–
15 August, Saturday
16 August, Sunday
17 August, Monday — Skip work; you haven’t had a break since May!
18 August, Tuesday — Parsi New Year

September–Slot1
17 September, Thursday — Ganesh Chaturthi
18 September, Friday — Skip work
19 September, Saturday
20 September, Sunday

September–Slot2
24 September, Thursday — Bakri Id
25 September, Friday — Skip work
26 September, Saturday
27 September, Sunday

October–Slot1
2 October, Friday — Gandhi Jayanti
3 October, Saturday
4 October, Sunday

October–Slot2
22 October, Thursday—Dussehra
23 October, Friday — Take leave
24 October, Saturday
25 October, Sunday

November–
7 November, Saturday
8 November, Sunday
9 November, Monday — Dhanteras
10 November, Tuesday — Naraka Chaturdashi or take leave
11 November, Wednesday—Diwali (Lakshmi Puja)
12 November, Thursday—Diwali (Balipratipada) or take leave
13 November, Friday—Diwali (Bhaidooj)
14 November, Saturday
15 November, Sunday

December–
24 December, Thursday — Eid-e-Milad
25 December, Friday — Christmas
26 December, Saturday
27 December, Sunday

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