2014 Sri Lanka Public Holidays list – National Government Bank Holidays

2014 Sri Lanka Public Holidays list – National Government Bank Holidays information & details has been provided here. Sri Lanka is one of the most beautiful country in the Asia continent. Its capital city is Colombo and widely popular for its beaches. Sri Lanka has so many beaches and tourists places to be visited in the country. Every year, millions of tourists/visitors visit Sri Lanka for their travel and other purpose.

Let’s see list of Sri Lanka Public Holidays list for the year 2014.

January – Tuesday – Duruthu Full Moon Poya Day
January – Tamil Thai Pongal Day
4 February – Monday National Day
February – Navam Full Moon Poya Day
March – Thursday Maha Sivarathri Day
March – Medin Full Moon Poya Day
March – Friday – Good Friday
13 April – Day prior to Sinhala and Tamil New Year Day
14 April – Sinhala and Tamil New Year Day2
April – Friday Additional Bank Holiday
April – Bak Full Moon Poya Day
1 May – Thursday – May Day
May – Vesak Full Moon Poya Day
May – Day following Vesak Full Moon Poya Day
June – Poson Full Moon Poya Day
July – Esala Full Moon Poya Day
August – Nikini Full Moon Poya Day
September – Binara Full Moon Poya Day
October – Wednesday – Eid-Ul-Fitr
October – Vap Full Moon Poya Day
October Monday Deepavali Festival Day
November – Il Full Moon Poya Day
December – Tuesday – Eid-Ul-Adha
December – Monday – Unduvap Full Moon Poya Day
24 December – Friday – Christmas Eve
25 December – Saturday – Christmas Day

We hope that information on 2014 Sri Lanka Public Holidays list – National Government Bank Holidays will be useful to all people worldwide specially Sri Lanka people.

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