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July is a month when India becomes lush green thanks to the arrival of monsoon in all its glory. Be it the Western Ghats of Maharashtra and Karnataka or the hills of Darjeeling and Himachal, the rains bring out fine shades of green all across the country. Like all other months, people look for bank and public holidays that they can use, either to rest at home, or plan that long pending vacation with their loved ones. Many hardworking professionals look for these holidays so that they can just take off to a place amidst nature where they can rejuvenate and come back fresh and recharged. DO SEE Festivals and events in India in July 2017 that you must attend Also Read - Punjabi Hottie Sargun Mehta Flaunts Her Perfect Washboard Abs in Crop Top And Denim Pants
While most months have a few bank holidays that can be availed for a quick vacation, there are unfortunately no bank holidays in the month of July 2017 that you can capitalize on for short getaways. July is the month of Teej in Haryana and the Kharchi Puja in Tripura. However, these are not bank holidays. Regardless, you can always convert your weekends into long weekends by taking a Friday or Monday off. This gives you an opportunity to explore some of the best places to visit in India during July 2017. Plus, if you can just pull through for just one more month till August, you will be treated with a bunch of holidays that can be used for some amazing monsoon getaways. Also Read - Coronavirus Pandemic: No Pay Cut For South African Cricketers For 2020-21 Season Despite Growing Concerns
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