You can download the Bihar Govt Calendar 2023 PDF for free by using the direct link provided below on the page.


Bihar Govt Calendar 2023 PDF Download

The Bihar Government has recently unveiled the Bihar Govt Calendar 2023 in PDF format, offering individuals the opportunity to access and download this calendar at no cost through the provided link. This calendar serves as a valuable resource for residents of Bihar, outlining the schedule of holidays and important dates for the year 2023. In the Bihar Sarkar Calendar 2023, a total of 39 holidays have been officially declared, comprising 36 public holidays and three optional holidays. Among these holidays, it is noteworthy that 6 public holidays coincide with Sundays, thereby allowing Bihar government employees to enjoy 33 holidays throughout the year, excluding Sundays. Additionally, 5 holidays fall on Saturdays, further influencing the distribution of off days for the employees.


The commencement of the year 2023 on a Sunday, specifically on 1st January, sets the tone for the holiday schedule and workdays for the upcoming year. This unique starting day contributes to the arrangement of holidays and working days throughout the calendar year, influencing the planning and scheduling for individuals and organizations in Bihar. Throughout the year 2023, several significant festivals and observances are scheduled to take place on Sundays, adding a cultural and festive dimension to the calendar. Key dates include Sant Ravidas Jayanti on 05 February, Veer Kunwar Singh Jayanti on 23 April, Kavir Jayanti on 04 June, Dussehra / Maha Ashtami on 22 October, Diwali on 12 November, and Chhath Pooja on 19 November. These festive occasions falling on Sundays contribute to the celebratory spirit and cultural richness of the calendar year.

In addition to the festivals falling on Sundays, there are notable holidays scheduled on Saturdays as well, further diversifying the holiday landscape in Bihar for the year 2023. These holidays include Mahashivratri on 18 February, Janaki Navami on 29 April, Dussehra / Saptami on 21 October, Eid ul-Fitr on 22 April, and Muharram on 29 July. The inclusion of these holidays on Saturdays offers individuals the opportunity to observe and celebrate these occasions with enthusiasm and reverence.