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MAJOR RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS 2014-15

 

Date Holiday Religion
June 28 First Day of Ramadan Muslim
July 29-31 Eid-al-Fitr (end of Ramadan) Muslim
Aug. 10 Raksha Bandhan Hindu
Sept. 7 Onam Hindu
Sept. 25-26 Rosh Hashanah Jewish
Sept. 25-Oct. 3 Navaratri Hindu
Oct. 3-4 Yom Kippur Jewish
Oct. 4-5 Eid-ul-Adha Muslim
Oct. 4 Dussehra
Hindu
Oct. 9-10 Sukkot (First 2 days)
Jewish
Oct. 15 Al-Hijira (Islamic New Year) Muslim
Oct. 17 Simchat Torah Jewish
Oct. 19-20 Birth of the Bab Baha'i
Oct. 23 Diwali Hindu
Nov. 12 Birth of Bahá'u'lláh Baha'i
Dec. 17-24 Hanukkah Jewish
Dec. 25 Christmas Christian
Feb. 18 Ash Wednesday Christian
Feb. 23 Beginning of Lent Chinese
Feb. 19-20 Chinese New Year Chinese
Mar. 5 Purim Jewish
Apr. 3 Good Friday Christian
Apr. 4-5 Passover (First 2 days) Jewish
Apr. 5 Easter Christian
Apr. 11-12 Passover (Last 2 days) Jewish
Apr. 21 Ridvan Baha'i
May 14 Ascension Day Christian
May 24 Shavuot Jewish
June 18 Ramadan (First day) Christian

NOTE: Muslim holidays begin at sunset on the evening before the date given. Muslim holidays are based on a lunar calendar, and the actual dates are determined by direct observation of the moon and announced by the mosque.

Jewish holidays begin at sunset on the evening before the date given.

Orthodox Christian holidays begin at sunset on the evening before the date given.

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