Holidays List 2022 : Check the complete list of holidays next year

Holidays List 2022

Holidays List 2022

You can celebrate the New Year with family without worry because the next two days i.e. January 1, 2022, and January 2, 2022, will be the Saturday-Sunday holidays. Now let us see how many holidays are falling this year, when and when they are falling. How many gazetted, so how many restricted holidays are being held.

Holidays List 2022: Just a few days are left for the new year to start. The good news for those planning to travel on the occasion of New Year is that the year is starting with the weekend holidays. December 31st, 2021 is Friday. In such a situation, the celebration of New Year’s Eve will happen at the end of the week. However, due to the new variant of coronavirus, Omicron, there may be some restrictions in most of the states in the country.

Night curfew will remain in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh. However, even then, you can celebrate the New Year with your family without any worry because the next two days i.e. January 1, 2022, and January 2, 2022, will be the Saturday-Sunday holidays.

Now the beginning of the year is fine. Once let us see how many holidays are happening this year when they are falling. How many gazetted, so how many restricted holidays are being held.

Full List of Public Holidays in 2022 :

January 1 – New Year (Saturday)

January 2 – Sunday

January 9 – Thursday Govind Singh Jayanti (Sunday)

January 13 – Lohri (Thursday)

January 14 – Makar Sankranti, Pongal (Friday)

January 26 – Republic Day (Wednesday)

February 5 – Vasant Panchami (Saturday)

February 15 – Hazrat Ali’s birthday (Tuesday)

February 16 – Guru Ravidas Jayanti (Wednesday)

March 1 – Mahashivratri (Tuesday)

March 18- Holi (Friday)

April 2 – Ugadi, Gudi Padwa (Friday)

April 10 – Ram Navami (Sunday)

April 14 – Mahavir Jayanti, Ambedkar Jayanti, Vaisakhi (Thursday)

April 15th – Good Friday (Friday)

May 3 – Eid-ul-Fitr (Tuesday)

May 16 – Buddha Purnima (Monday)

July 1 – Rath Yatra (Friday)

July 10 – Bakri-Eid (Sunday)

August 9 – Muharram (Tuesday)

August 11 – Rakshabandhan (Thursday)

August 15 – Independence Day (Monday)

August 19 – Janmashtami (Friday)

August 31 – Ganesh Chaturthi (Wednesday)

September 8 – Onam (Thursday)

October 2 – Gandhi Jayanti (Sunday)

October 5 – Dussehra (Wednesday)

October 9  – Eid-e-Milad (Sunday)

October 24 – Diwali (Monday)

October 26 – Bhai Dooj (Wednesday)

October 30 – Chhath Puja (Sunday)

November 8 – Guru Nanak Jayanti (Tuesday)

December 25 – Christmas (Sunday)

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