New Year’s Day in Pakistan: Welcome 2019

New Year’s Day in Pakistan: Welcome 2019

The New Year has been started with new dreams, ambitions, and goals!

IbrahimNazir.com wishes heartily!

**Happy New Year 2019**

To all my blog readers and website visitors from all over the world!

Let’s welcome the 365 days it brings and wish to all a great, peaceful, and success full years ahead.

Let’s celebrate this New Year with my dear homeland Pakistan and explore the best Islamic events and heavenly amazing places to visit in 2019-20 and spend these winter holidays.

Many people excitedly wait for the coming of New Year after celebrating Christmas as the people do the social gathering in different places, People book halls in advance so that they can celebrate their New Year day and these preparations become a massive deal. People go to various places to celebrate the New Year with their family, relatives, and friends.

People go on a tour with their families and companions or want to do some adventure which makes them more contented. They enjoy celebrating the coming of the year with fireworks to express the joy and happiness of the New Year. They enjoy the luminous shine came out from fireworks which lightens the sky.

Here IbrahimNazir.com Going to share a list of public holidays in Pakistan for those who want to plane a travel trip or celebrate these events and for those who are living far from their families and want to get holidays to celebrate these special events with their loved ones.

DateDayPublic Holiday Pakistan 2019
Jan. 1TueNew Year Bank Holiday
Feb. 5SatKashmir Solidarity Day
Mar. 23SatPakistan Day
Apr. 3WedShab-e-Mirj
        20SatShab-e-Barat
May. 1WedLabour Day
May. 7TueStart of Ramadan Bank Holiday
June. 5WedEid-ul-Fitr
         6ThuEid 2nd Day
         7FriEid 3rd Day
JulyBank Holiday
Aug. 12MonEid-ul-Azha
         13TueEid 2nd Day
Aug. 14WedIndependence Day of Pakistan
Sep. 6FriDefense Day of Pakistan
        10Tue9th Muharram
        11Wed10th Muharram
Oct. 20SunChehlum
Nov. 9SatIqbal Day
         10SunEid Milad-un-Nabi
Dec. 25WedBirthday of Qaid-e-Azam and Christmas day
Dec. 31TueNew Year’s Eve

In many parts of the world, holidays are the subject to be changed by local authorities. Even as all effort has been made to present a precise list of 2019 public holidays, legal holidays, and bank holidays for Pakistan, they might be changed according to the date of the new moon, and we cannot accept any responsibility for any error in the list.

Details changes, years come years out. Each year gets the new celebration and feelings of happiness. At last my loving quote for my readers,

“Making everybody realize this year that never kill your joys and fun loving character of one’s self. It’s better to enjoy every moment of life!”

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