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Sample Letter For Leave For Own Marriage Ceremony

jaiswalsaagar143 Started The Discussion:


Dear,
Please send me mail format for granting 20 days leave for own marriage ceremony.
It should not be very hard too read & should be very formal & should have simple words & sentences only.

Pls send & help me.

Regards,

Sagar

jaiswalsaagar143 - Member Since: Jan 2012
Dear,
Please send me mail format for granting 20 days leave for own marriage ceremony.
It should not be very hard too read & should be very formal & should have simple words & sentences only.

Pls send & help me.

Regards,

Sagar

Dinesh Divekar - Member Since: Nov 2006
Dear Sagar,

I request you to make draft of letter on your own and upload it here. Some senior like me will correct it. If you don't try then how will you improve? Don't worry nobody will laugh at you. Not doing anything is worse than doing something with errors!

Roughly, your draft should cover the following information:

a) When is the marriage and when will it be solemnised?
b) Why you require 20 days leave and why not less? Will you ask for any supplementary leave after your leave for marriage (for obvious reasons)?
c) What is your leave balance?
d) To whom you propose to handover charge of your duties during your absence?

Ok...

Dinesh V Divekar
Management Training Consultant
Bangalore - 560094
+91-99001-55394-

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anil.arora - Member Since: Jul 2009
Hi ,

just write a simple letter requesting for leave along with mentioning the reason for your own marriage ceremony/celebration. No need to put more effort in this..Hope you already have informed your Boss/Superior verbally about it which is also important.


Otherwise, you can visit to 4hb.com - For Home and Small Business or Mr. Google

jaiswalsaagar143 - Member Since: Jan 2012
Thanks to Anilkumar & Dinesh.

Sending u a draft for the same, please go throgh it & if necessry change according u. also give a respectful sentence in this letter for inviting my directors , seniors & managers .

The drafts is given below-----

Dear Sir,

This is to inform you that I am going to be married on Jan 29th at Motala Dist- Buldhana. During this occasion, I would like to accomplish the work related to my marriage ceremony& spend some days with my family, so I would like to leave here on Jan 23rd 2012 up to Feb 11th 2012 ( 20 days ).

Please grant me leave for this period and wish us well.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely yours,

Sagar Jaiswal

anil.arora - Member Since: Jul 2009
Good one..

Else you can use this as under..

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to happily inform you that my marriage has been fixed, therefore, writing to you today to request some time off from work from ......... till.........

Kindly grant me leave for these days. I assure you that I'll complete my work in time as soon as I resume. I have also handover my work to Mr. ...... , in my absence, in case of urgency.

I also would like to have an honor to invite you for this grand event of my life and would be very delighted if you will show your presence to bless both of us.

Hope to receive a positive feedback from you.

Thanking you

....

Well Congratulations to you and your fiancÚ Sagar

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