October is a holiday month. While the Diwali holiday is over, we have another holiday coming up this month. Bhai Dooj falls on 26th October. Several states have declared a holiday for schools, colleges and all educational institutions on Wednesday. States including West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu have declared three- to four-day holidays for Diwali and Bhai Duj.

Let’s check out the list of states that have declared Bhai Duj weekend:

Madhya Pradesh: The Madhya Pradesh School Education Department has announced a six-day holiday for educational institutions across the state on the occasion of Diwali. Schools will remain closed from October 22 to 27. Classes will begin on October 28, Friday.

West Bengal: The state has declared Kali Pujo and Diwali holidays on October 24. So the students got a long weekend from 22nd to 25th October, however there was no announcement of Bhai Duj. Most schools in the state are likely to reopen after October 26.

Haryana: The state government on Friday declared a Bhai Duj holiday in all schools in the state. The festival, which celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters, will be celebrated on October 27. “The Government of Haryana has declared a holiday on October 27 in all government, private and aided schools on the occasion of Bhai Duj,” an official statement said.

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Telangana: The Telangana government has declared October 24 as a public holiday on Diwali, as well as Saturday and Sunday. However, an exit was announced for Bhai Dooj.

Tamil Nadu: All educational institutions in Tamil Nadu will remain closed on October 25, Chief Minister MK Stalin announced. However, November 19 will be a working day to compensate for the Diwali holiday. There was a demand from parents and students in all schools and colleges in the state to close the educational institutions on Tuesday.

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