Bank Holidays List 2023 in India | Government Bank Holiday Calendar PDF 2023

Bank holidays list 2023, List of bank holidays includes national holidays and those marked by the central and state governments, download government banks holiday calendar 2023

Bank Holidays List 2023: The list of bank holidays includes national holidays and those marked by the central and state governments of India. The country observes 3 national holidays - Republic Day, Independence Day and Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti. The bank holidays in India, depend on the state one is residing, though there are public holidays in India that are applicable through the country.

There are various types of holidays declared in India which include restricted holidays and gazetted holidays. The later holidays are compulsory and have to be considered by state government. The are many holidays in India that have to be declared holiday and are observed as holiday by all the state of the country. In addition to national holiday, public or government holidays, banks holidays also include holidays on 2nd and 4th Saturday of every week. Bank holidays list is given below.

Bank Holidays List 2023

List of Bank Holidays of all government and private banks of India is given below. You can use this list of bank holidays as reference to plan and schedule your business activities and visit to bank accordingly.

1 January 2023SundayNew Year's Day
14 January 2023SaturdayMakara Sankranti
26 January 2023ThursdayRepublic Day
26 January 2023ThursdayVasant Panchami
18 February 2023SaturdayMaha Shivaratri
08 March 2023WednesdayHoli
30 March 2023ThursdayRam Navami
07 April 2023FridayGood Friday
14 April 2023FridayDr Ambedkar Jayanti
1 May 2023MondayMay Day
22 April 2023SaturdayMaharshi Parasuram Jayanti
23 April 2023SundayIdul Fitr
5 May 2023FridayBuddha Purnima
4 June 2023SundaySant Guru Kabir Jayanti
29 June 2023ThursdayBakrid / Eid al Adha
29 July 2023SaturdayMuharram
15 August 2023TuesdayIndependence Day
16 August 2023WednesdayParsi New Year
31 August 2023ThursdayRaksha Bandhan
7 September 2023ThursdayJanmashtami
19 September 2023WednesdayGanesh Chaturthi
28 September 2023ThrusdayEid e Milad
2 October 2023MondayGandhi Jayanti
14 October 2023SaturdayMahalaya Amavasye
22 October 2023SundayMaha Ashtami
23 October 2023MondayMaha Navami
24 October 2023TuesdayVijaya Dashami
12 November 2023SundayDiwali
13 November 2023MondayDeepavali Holiday
15 November 2023WednesdayBhai Dooj
27 November 2023MondayGuru Nanak Jayanti
25 December 2023TuesdayChristmas Day
Bank Holidays List 2023

Note: In addition to the above holidays, the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month is also a public holiday for banks. List of second and fourth Saturday on which bank will remain closed is given below.

Bank Holiday on 2nd and 4th Saturday of a Month 2023

The Bank will remain closed on 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month. List of such holidays is listed below in the table.

DateSaturday Holiday
14 January 20232nd Saturday
28 January 20234th Saturday
11 February 20232nd Saturday
25 February 20234th Saturday
11 March 20232nd Saturday
25 March 20234th Saturday
08 April 20232nd Saturday
22 April 20234th Saturday
13 May 20232nd Saturday
27 May 20234th Saturday
10 June 20232nd Saturday
24 June 20234th Saturday
08 July 20232nd Saturday
22 July 20234th Saturday
12 August 20232nd Saturday
26 August 20234th Saturday
09 September 20232nd Saturday
23 September 20234th Saturday
14 October 20232nd Saturday
28 October 20234th Saturday
11 November 20232nd Saturday
25 November 20234th Saturday
09 December 20232nd Saturday
23 December 20234th Saturday
List of BankHolidays on 2nd and 4th Saturday 2023

Also See:

List of Holidays 2023 PDF | Government & Gazetted Holidays List 2023 | Central and State Government Holidays Calendar 2023 PDF

Bank Holidays List 2022

Both the public and the private sector banks stay closed on public and state or country specific holidays. Bank holidays list 2022 is given below.

1 January 2022SaturdayNew Year's Day
14 January 2022FridayMakara Sankranti
26 January 2022WednesdayRepublic Day
5 February 2022SaturdayVasant Panchami
1 March 2022TuesdayMaha Shivaratri
19 March 2022SaturdayHoli
10 April 2022SundayRam Navami
13 April 2022WednesdayUgadi
14 April 2022ThursdayDr Ambedkar Jayanti
15 April 2022FridayGood Friday
1 May 2022SundayMay Day
2 May 2022MondayMaharshi Parasuram Jayanti
3 May 2022TuesdayIdul Fitr
16 May 2022MondayBuddha Purnima
14 June 2022TuesdaySant Guru Kabir Jayanti
10 July 2022SundayBakrid / Eid al Adha
9 August 2022TuesdayMuharram
12 August 2022FridayRaksha Bandhan
15 August 2022MondayIndependence Day
16 August 2022TuesdayParsi New Year
19 August 2022FridayJanmashtami
31 August 2022WednesdayGanesh Chaturthi
25 September 2022SundayMahalaya Amavasye
2 October 2022SundayGandhi Jayanti
3 October 2022MondayMaha Ashtami
4 October 2022TuesdayMaha Navami
5 October 2022WednesdayVijaya Dashami
9 October 2022SundayEid e Milad
24 October 2022MondayDiwali
25 October 2022TuesdayDiwali
26 October 2022WednesdayDeepavali Holiday
27 October 2022ThursdayBhai Dooj
08 November 2022TuesdayGuru Nanak Jayanti
25 December 2022SundayChristmas Day
Bank Holidays List 2022

Bank Holidays on 2nd and 4th Saturday of a Month 2022

In addition to the aforementioned bank holidays, banks in India also remain close on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.

DateSaturday Holiday
08.01.20222nd Saturday
22.01.20224th Saturday
12.02.20222nd Saturday
26.02.20224th Saturday
12.03.20222nd Saturday
26.03.20224th Saturday
09.04.20222nd Saturday
23.04.20224th Saturday
14.05.20222nd Saturday
28.05.20224th Saturday
11.06.20222nd Saturday
28.05.20224th Saturday
11.06.20222nd Saturday
25.06.20224th Saturday
09.07.20222nd Saturday
23.07.20224th Saturday
13.08.20222nd Saturday
27.08.20224th Saturday
10.09.20222nd Saturday
24.09.20224th Saturday
08.10.20222nd Saturday
22.10.20224th Saturday
12.11.20222nd Saturday
26.11.20224th Saturday
10.12.20222nd Saturday
24.12.20224th Saturday
List ofHolidays on 2nd and 4th Saturday
Bank Holidays List 2022
Bank Holidays List 2022

Government Holidays List 2023 PDF

Download PDF list of government holidays from below link