Holidays : Bank Remain Closed For 14 Days In July, Check Full List Here

Holidays : Bank Remain Closed For 14 Days In July, Check Full List Here | Daily-Kashmir


After the list of July 2022 bank holidays, it’s time for the seven month of the new year, and with it comes a new set of bank holidays Dk.

Bank Holidays July 2022: Bank remain closed for 14 days. Banks will be shut for 12 days in July 2022 including second and fourth Saturdays and Sundays Dk.

As per the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) guidelines, banks will be closed on all public holidays with some regional holidays depending on the particular state Dk.

Here, we have compiled lists of public and bank holidays that fall in the month of July 2022. Read on to know about the dates and a bit about the festivals Dk.

List of Public Holidays in July 2022

1 July 2022 – Friday — Ratha Yatra holiday in Orissa

July 3 (Sunday): Banks across the country will be closed.

5 July 2022 – Tuesday — Guru Hargobind Ji’s Birthday holiday in Jammu & Kashmir

6 July 2022 – Wednesday — MHIP Day holiday in Mizoram

7 July 2022 – Thursday — Kharchi Puja holiday in Tripura

9 July 2022 – Saturday — Id-Ul-Ad’ha holiday in all states

July 10 (Sunday): Banks across the country will be closed.

11 July 2022 – Monday — Eid-ul-Azha holiday in all states

13 July 2022 – Wednesday — Martyr’s Day holiday in Jammu & Kashmir

13 July 2022 – Wednesday — Bhanu Jayanti holiday in Sikkim

14 July 2022 – Thursday — Ben Dienkhlam holiday in Meghalaya

16 July 2022 – Saturday – Harela holiday in Uttarakhand

17 July 2022 – Sunday — U Tirot Sing Day holiday in Meghalaya

26 July 2022– Tuesday — Ker Puja holiday in Tripura

31 July 2022 – Sunday — Hariyali Teej – holiday in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand

31 July 2022 – Sunday — Martyrdom Day of Shaheed Udham Singh holiday in Punjab and Haryana.

In July, the Karnataka government announced holidays on the following days Dk.

July 9, the second week of Saturday as a Bank Holiday; July 10, on account of Bakrid; July 23, the fourth week of Saturday as Bank Holiday Dk.

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