Public Holidays Kyrgyzstan
Public holidays in Kyrgyzstan:
1 January New Year's Day
7 January Eastern Orthodox Christmas (Celebrated by local Orthodox Christians)
23 February Fatherland Defender's Day (Formation of the Red Army in February 1918)
8 March International Women's Day
21 March Nooruz Mairamy (Which is originally the Persian New Year, is traditionally a springtime holiday marking the beginning of a new year)
7 April Day of the People's April Revolution (Commemorates the Second Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010)
1 May International Workers' Day
5 May Constitution Day
9 May Great Patriotic War Against Fascism Victory Day (A holiday in the former Soviet Union carried over to present-day Kazakhstan and other former republics (Except Baltic Countries and Ukraine))
31 August Independence Day
November 7–8 Days of History and Commemoration of Ancestors (Two-day holiday commemorating the national liberation uprising and the tragic events of 1916 known as Urkun) Previously, from independence to 2017, the country celebrated the Great October Socialist Revolution. It has now been replaced with День примирения и согласия ("Day of Reconciliation and Agreement"), celebrated on a Nov. 7 (at least officially) before amendments in Labour Codex (adopted in December 2004, new holiday, which celebrates at November 4 is the People Unity Day ("День народного единства)"
Defined by lunar calendar Orozo Ait (Feast of Fast-breaking)
Celebrated 70 days after the Orozo Ait Kurman Ait (Feast of Sacrifice)
Note: Two additional Muslim holidays Orozo Ait and Kurman Ait are defined by lunar calendar.