Pakistan Public Holidays in 2014 List – Full All Complete List

Pakistan Public Holidays in 2014 List – Full All Complete List has been provided here. Pakistan is one of the Islamic country in the World. Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan. While Lahore is the financial capital city of Pakistan. It is officially Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Still, there are thousands of other religious people residing in the country.

2014 Pakistan Federal/Public Holidays List with full and complete information including date/date details provided here.

Date Week Day Name
January – 14 Tuesday Eid Milad un-Nabi
March – 23 Sunday Pakistan Day
May – 01 Thursday Labor Day
July – 29 Tuesday Eid-ul-Fitr
July – 30 Wednesday Eid-ul-Fitr
July – 31 Thursday Eid-ul-Fitr
August – 14 Thursday Independence Day
October – 05 Sunday Eid ul-Azha Day 1
October – 06 Monday Eid ul-Azha Day 2
November – 03 Monday Ashura
November – 09 Sunday Birthday of Muhammad Iqbal
December – 25 Thursday Birthday of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah
December – 25 Thursday Christmas

Besides Islamic holidays, Pakistan has been declared Christmas as the Public and Federal holiday in Pakistan and it is being celebrated around the country. We hope that details on Pakistan Public Holidays in 2014 List – Full All Complete List will be useful to all people worldwide. Let’s share this useful website with your friends and family members to get useful/important information regarding the year 2014 holidays.

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