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National Holidays in Pakistan

Sr. No.HolidaysDate
Sr. No.:
1
Holidays:
Pakistan Republic Day
Date:
23rd March
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2
Holidays:
Labour Day
Date:
1st May
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3
Holidays:
Bank Holiday
Date:
1st July
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4
Holidays:
Independence Day
Date:
14th August
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5
Holidays:
Defence Day
Date:
6th September
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7
Holidays:
Death Anniversary of Quaid-i-Azam
Date:
11th September
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8
Holidays:
Birth Anniversary of Allama Iqbal
Date:
9th November
Sr. No.:
9
Holidays:
Birth Anniversary of Quaid-i-Azam
Date:
25th December
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10
Holidays:
Eid-ul-Fitr
Date:
According to Islamic Calendar
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11
Holidays:
Eid-ul-Azha
Date:
According to Islamic Calendar
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12
Holidays:
Ashura Muharram
Date:
According to Islamic Calendar
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13
Holidays:
Eid Milad-un-Nabi
Date:
According to Islamic Calendar

National Holidays in Pakistan

Kashmir Day

Kashmir Solidarity Day or Kashmir Day is a national holiday in Pakistan and is also celebrated by Kashmir nationalists on 5th February every year. It is a respect for Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Kashmir run by India, the efforts of nationalists to separate themselves from India and the cashmere that died in the conflict. Solidarity demonstrations are held in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan, and Merpury Kashmir in the UK.

Pakistan Day

Pakistan Day is a national day in Pakistan to celebrate the Lahore decision of 23 March 1940 and the adoption of Pakistan’s first constitution during the transfer of sovereignty from Pakistan to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on 23 March 1956. Making Pakistan the first country in the world to be an Islamic republic. Today, the Islamic League celebrates Pakistan’s decision in the Manar (Tower of Pakistan), which called for the establishment of an independent federation of predominantly.

Muslim provinces in the north-western and north-eastern regions of Great Britain. The areas under control in India (excluding autonomous states) on March 23, 1940. On this day, a decree was issued saying that Muslims in India want independence and a separate homeland and that they were persecuted in India. Since then. The day is celebrated annually throughout the country as a holiday.

Labor Day

Labor Day (U.S. Business Day) is an annual holiday to celebrate the successes of the workers. The “working day” has its roots in the trade union movement, i.e. The eight-hour movement, which required eight hours of work, eight hours of entertainment and eight hours of rest. For most countries, the working day is synonymous with or associated with World Workers’ Day, which is celebrated on 1 May. For other countries, the working day was celebrated in a different story, often of particular importance to the trade union movement in that country. Labour Day is a holiday in many countries.

Independence Day

Independence Day, celebrated every year on 14 August, is a national holiday in Pakistan. It is celebrated on the day Pakistan achieved independence and declared a sovereign state after the end of the British government in 1947. Pakistan was born as a result of the Pakistani movement, which aims to create an independent Islamic state in the north of the country. Western regions of South Asia by partition.

Iqbal Day

Iqbal Day is the birthdate of Muhammad Iqbal on 9 November. Today is a holiday in some provinces of Pakistan. Iqbal, the poet, and philosopher was a great inspiration for the Pakistani movement.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah (December 25, 1876 – September 11, 1948), was a lawyer, politician, and founder of Pakistan. He served as the leader of the Islamic Association of all India from 1913 until the founding of Pakistan on August 14, 1947. He was the first Governors-General of Pakistan until his death. He is highly respected in Pakistan as the great leader (“the great leader”) and father of the nation. His birthday is a national holiday in Pakistan.

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