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Govt of TN has declared the list of public holidays for 2009 in their website : Holidays for the year 2009 <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
Public Holidays for the year 2009

Thursday the 1st of January
New Year’s Day
Thursday the 8th of January
Muharram **
Wednesday the 14th of January
Tamil New Year's Day / Pongal
Thursday the 15th of January
Thiruvalluvar Day
Friday the 16th of January
Uzhavar Thirunal
Monday the 26th of January
Republic Day
Tuesday the 10th of March
Friday the 27th of March
Telugu New Year’s Day
Wednesday the 1st of April
Annual Closing of Accounts for Commercial and Co-operative Banks *
Tuesday the 7th of April
Mahaveer Jayanthi
Friday the 10th of April
Good Friday
Tuesday the 14th of April
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's Birthday
Friday the 1st of May
May Day
Thursday the 13th of August
Krishna Jayanthi
Saturday the 15th of August
Independence Day
Sunday the 23rd of August
Vinayakar Chathurthi
Monday the 21st of September
Sunday the 27th of September
Ayutha Pooja
Monday the 28th of September
Vijaya Dasami
Wednesday the 30th of September
Half yearly Closing of Accounts for Commercial and Co-operative Banks *
Friday the 2nd of October
Gandhi Jayanthi
Saturday the 17th of October
Saturday the 28th of November
Friday the 25th of December
Monday the 28th of December
Muharram **
Though the Independence Day(15th August 2009), Vinayakar Chathurthi, (23rd August 2009), Ayutha Pooja (27th September 2009), Deepavali (17th October 2009) and Bakrid (28th November 2009) fall on Saturdays and Sundays, they have been indicated in the above list for easy reference.
* Applicable only to Commercial Banks including Co-operative Banks in Tamil Nadu
** Muharram falls twice in the year 2009.
13th November 2008 From India, Madras


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