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    Holi: Local Holiday declared under Kamrup Metro District on March 29

    Guidelines relating to COVID-19 should be strictly followed: Kamrup (M) Admin

    Holi: Local Holiday declared under Kamrup Metro District on March 29

    Guwahati: On account of Dol Jatra/Holi festival the administration of Kamrup Metro declared local holiday on March 29, 2021.

    The guidelines or the protocols relating to COVID-19 should be strictly followed during the celebration, stated a government notification.

    All state government offices, semi-government offices, revenue courts, educational institutions within the district of Kamrup Metro will remain closed on Monday.

    Holi this year, too, have been a muted affair not just for those who wish to celebrate the festival but also for the small traders. Traders has stocked themselves with goods in hope of better sales unlike the pandemic year when consumers had completely refrained from visiting markets resulting in gradual loss in business.

    This year also there is a tremendous decline and markets have been relatively empty in the week of Holi.

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