Subscribing to a calendar means you do not have to add a calendar each year and if holidays change, then the calendars will refresh weekly, so that your calendar always has the latest view. While there are public holiday calenders available in Outlook and Google Calendar, calenders from www.officeholidays.com offer extended information by showing regional holidays, highlighting non public holidays and giving a short description on each holiday.
Note - you are adding a region within India to your calendar. If you add another region in India to your calendar, it will duplicate national events in India. Soon we will offer regional only and national only options, so that you can add what you need, but for now, we recommend you use only one region per country to stop clogging up your calendar.
Click the 'highlight text button below then press Ctrl+C (PC) or Cmd+C (OS X) to copy the link.
If you don't want the holiday events to show the country (eg 'Australia: Anzac Day') in the title, use the option below. If you will add more than one country to your calendars, we recommend to include the country (option 1).
To subscribe to an iCalendar feed using Apple's iCal program:
To subscribe to an iCalendar feed using Outlook:
To subscribe to an iCalendar feed using Google Calendar:
Users sometime report that subscribed calendars don't update in Google Calendar. We monitor the news on this issue and will happily reformat the feeds if we think that will improve the updating. One tip that is worth trying is to remove the calendar and add back with '&nocache' added to the url. (e.g. 'http://www.officeholidays.com/ics/ics_region.php?list_region=gujarat&tbl_country=India' becomes 'http://www.officeholidays.com/ics/ics_region.php?list_region=gujarat&tbl_country=India&nocache'
To subscribe to an iCalendar feed using Lotus Notes: