2021 UZBEKISTAN HOLIDAYS
The next public holiday in Uzbekistan is
9th May, SundayDay of memory and honor
List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Uzbekistan in 2021
Public Holidays in Uzbekistan
Day of memory and honor
Sunday May 09, 2021
The upcoming Uzbekistan holiday Day of memory and honor is in 23 days from today.
Thursday May 13, 2021
The upcoming Uzbekistan holiday Ramadan Hayit is in 27 days from today.
Tuesday Jul 20, 2021
The upcoming Uzbekistan holiday Qurbon Hayit is in 95 days from today.
2021 Public Holidays Uzbekistan Service
The above is the list of 2021 public holidays declared in Uzbekistan which includes federal, regional government holidays and popular observances. We also provide Uzbekistan holiday calendar for 2021 in Word, Excel, PDF and printable online formats.
Uzbekistan celebrates seven public holidays in a year. The public holidays are motivated by religions, historical events, and the social life of the community. Most of the holidays are special to the people as they have meaning and significance bond by religion. Muslims celebrate holidays established per the lunar calendar.
Certain holidays such as Independence Day are ordinary celebratory days where the residents go for festivals, concerts, and entertainment joints. The government regulates and announces the public holidays at the beginning of the year. The government also invests resources in ensuring the residents enjoy the public holidays. These resources come in the form of monetary aid catering to the costs of the festivals, and security. Employees working during these holidays are given a day off as stipulated by the law. No holidays are pushed to any future date, as most of them are celebrated on the day they occur.
The nation has a rich and diverse culture that dates from ancient times in the country’s past. These trends and traditions still applied today make the destination a favorite for scholars and fun-loving tourists.
Businesses during public holidays are slow as many people close for the celebrations. The events happen on the streets and others at festival venues all around the cities. There are those who prefer staying home and celebrating with their families.
The religious-based public holidays find most residents going to the mosque for prayers and fasting. Tourists seeking to participate in the holidays enjoy cultural events without restrictions. It is a time for learning and assimilating the culture and ethnic traditions of the Uzbek people.