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Public holidays observed by private companies usually follow the Tamil Nadu Industrial Establishments (National and Festival Holidays) Act. The four national holidays, (26th January, 1st May, 15th August and 2nd October) are supplemented by five festival holidays selected from any of the festivals given the religious and regional interests of the employees.
Thai Pongal 2020. Pongal is a Hindu festival which is observed by people of Tamil Nadu. Pongal is a four days festival and the most important day of Pongal is known as Thai Pongal.Thai Pongal which is the second day of the four days festivity is also celebrated as Sankranti.The same day is observed as Makar Sankranti in North Indian states when people take holy dip in river Ganges.Bonus for Sales and Marketing Employees. Even a performance bonus can be given on many criteria. The first is the overall growth or revenue brought in because of the employee.In sales and.Pongal 2019 will be celebrated from January 14th to 17. While it is celebrated as Pongal in Tamil Nadu, the festival is observed in many different states and cultures of India. Each day of the four-day-festival is dedicated to a particular culture and holds different significance.
The Finance Department is vested with the responsibility of managing the public finances of the Government of Tamil Nadu. It has an important role in the preparation of the State Budget and presenting it to the Legislature every year. The Finance Department being the custodian of the State Exchequer has the overall responsibility of balancing receipts and payments and has to ensure that debt.Read More
What is Bhogi? Bhogi is the first day of the three day festival of Pongal which is celebrated in southern India. The three days are known as Bhogi, Pongal and Mattu Pongal. Bhogi falls on the last day of the Tamil month Margazhi (often January 13, but sometimes January 14). Bhogi is also part of observing the astronomical phenomenon called Ayana which involves the course of the Sun.Read More
January 2019: Jan 01 - Tue - New Year: Jan 05 - Sat - Hanuman Jayanthi: Jan 14 - Mon - Bogi Pandigai: Jan 15 - Tue - Pongal Pandigai: Jan 16 - Wed - Maattu Pongal: Jan 17 - Thu - Uzhavar Thirunal: Jan 21 - Mon - Thai Poosam.Read More
Pongal - Pongal is an important festival native to South India, particularly Tamil Nadu that marks the commencement of the harvest season or the sun's northward movement. Marking the onset of the new season, the Pongal festival is a great way of ushering in the new by wiping out old clutter and welcoming the year with new crops.Read More
Find details about Tamil Nadu government, departments, administration, ministers, districts etc. Get details about welfare schemes for tribals, backward classes, most backward classes and minorities. Information about various online services such as e-Services, commercial taxes, etc. is given. Users can go through citizen’s charter and also download various forms like birth and death.Read More
Tamilnadu State Government employees to get Bonus for Pongal this year. Tamilnadu State Government has ordered for grant of Adhoc Bonus equivalent to 30 days emoluments to all regular and temporary Government employees, employees of Local Bodies and Aided Educational Institutions including teachers on regular time scales of pay for the financial year 2011-2012.Read More
Stayed here for 6 days during Pongal Celebration.Pongal is a four-days-long harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu,one of the most important popular Hindu festivals of the year. Could not have been a better place for that. It is 5 km outside Kanchi, in a very nice clean and quiet residential area. Everybody in the area were embellishing the floor space of there dwelling entrance with.Read More
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government on Friday launched its initiative to provide Rs 1,000 cash for ration card holders to celebrate the harvest festival of Pongal which falls in January. Chief.Read More
Pongal is essentially an agricultural and harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. Find out the rituals and customs of Pongal and know how to celebrate Pongal festival. Pongal is celebrated in India, especially in the Tamil land as an agricultural and a harvest festival. The festival marks the end of the chilly winters and when the Uttarayan commences.Read More
Pongal is a Tamil harvest festival which goes on for four days. These days correspond with the last day of the Tamil month Maargazhi to the third day of the Tamil month Thai. This year Pongal will be celebrated between 15th January and 18th January 2020. Besides, Sankranti Moment for Pongal will begin from 02:22 AM on 15th January.Read More