Indonesia Public Holidays 2015

Indonesia,a massive country, flying from North Sumatra to West Papua is represented as a ring of fire.  Let’s get the details about the Indonesia Public Holidays 2015

Name Date & Day Description
New Year’s Day January 01,
Thursday
First day of the year which falls precisely one week after Christmas Day of the last year. It is celebrated with fireworks around the universe to fulfill the hopes in the upcoming year.
Maulidur Rasul January 03,
Saturday
Birth date of the Muhammad, celebrated by Muslims in the month of Rabiulawal.
Chinese New Year February 18,
Wednesday
This day has an immense history and it is similar to the western tradition. Day prior to first day of the first lunar month.
Hari Raya Nyepi March 21,
Saturday
New Year day of the Balinese
Good Friday April 03,
Friday
Catholic holiday, an important event in christianity. It takes place on the Friday before Easter.
Labour Day May 01,
Friday
World Labour Day, dedicated to all kind of labours in the universe.
Waisak Day May 03,
Sunday
The Holiest day in the Buddhist calendar. Buddha’s birthday is celebrated on the Sunday which is nearest to the full moon day in the month of May.
Ascension Day May 14,
Thursday
40th day of Easter, always falls on Thursday. It was 1st celebrated in 68 AD
Isra Miraj May 15,
Friday
Referred as Night Journey and it is observed on 27th day of Rajab.
Hari Raya Puassa July 17,
Friday
Celebrated by Muslims around Malaysia and it is a month of abstinence and fasting.
Independence Day August 17,
Monday
Celebrated on the day of August 17 and this day marks the declaration of Indonesia’s independence from Netherlands in the year of 1945.
Idul Adha September 23,
Wednesday
Also known as Eid al-Aldha, bakr-id, feast of sacrifice and it brings to a close Pilgrimmage to Mecca.
Muharram October 13,
Tuesday
The day symbolizes 2 important events in the Muslims year. The first month name in the Muslim calendar is Muharram.
Christmas Day December 25,
Friday
Globally celebrated by everyone and it is also represented as religious holiday. Day celebrated as the nativity of Jesus.

New Year’s Day: Thursday, 01 January 2015
New Year’s Day is the universal holiday and this day is celebrated with fireworks to invite the New Year. Most of the people spend this day in some public places and everyone likes to fulfill their hopes in the future year.

Maulidur Rasul: Saturday, 03 January 2015
During the month of Rabiulawal, Mawlid is celebrated by the Muslims, based on the lunar cycles, date of this event will vary in the Gregorian calendar.

Chinese New Year: Wednesday, 18 February 2015
This day has an immense history, so it will be represented as one of the Indonesia Holidays 2015.

Hari Raya Nyepi: Saturday, 21 March 2015
This day is celebrated as a Balinese New Year in the Country of Indonesia.

Good Friday: Friday, 03 April 2015
Good Friday is one of the top most religious holidays for each and every country around the world. Death is an important event for the Christianity, so every Christians perceive this day.

Labor Day: Friday, 01 May 2015
World Labor Day, dedicated to all kind of labors in the universe. It is also allied as a tribute of the goals of the labors. This day is represented as one of the 2015 Indonesia Holidays.

Waisak Day: Sunday, 03 May 2015
The Holiest day in the Buddhist calendar. Buddha’s birthday is celebrated on the Sunday which is nearest to the full moon day in the month of May.

Ascension Day: Thursday, 14 May 2015
Ascension Day is the 40th day of Easter, always falls on Thursday. It was 1st celebrated in 68 AD.

Isra Miraj: Friday, 15 May 2015
Referred as Night Journey as well as Prophet’s Ascension and it is experimented on 27th day of Rajab.

Hari Raya Puassa: Friday, 17 July 2015
Celebrated by all Muslims around Malaysia and it is a month of abstinence and fasting. And this day represents the victory of Muslims who have abstinence by fasting.

Independence Day: Monday, 17 August 2015
This day is celebrated with courage and this day is marked as the declaration of Indonesia’s independence from Netherlands in the year of 1945. It is one of the greatest days for Indonesians.

Idul Adha: Wednesday, 23 September 2015
Also known as Eid al-Aldha, bakr-id, feast of sacrifice and it brings to a close Pilgrimmage to Mecca.

Muharram: Tuesday, 13 October 2015
The day symbolizes two important events in the Muslim year.

Christmas Day: Friday, 25 December 2015
Globally celebrated by everyone and it is also represented as religious holiday. This day is also represented as a token of love and it is celebrated as the birth of Jesus.

Hope you find this 2015 Holiday calendar Indonesia useful.

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