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Holidays are the most important days in everyone’s life. When you are a businessman then the bank holidays are a very big concern for you. So, you have to be well prepared in advance. There are 9 bank holidays in the first month of 2022 across the country. In India, Apart from Sundays and Saturdays, the banks also remain closed on the national, public and regional holidays. Here is a full list of bank holidays in January 2022.
List Of Bank Holidays In January 2022 All Over India
There is been 9 holidays in January 2022 all over the country including 5 Sundays and 2 Saturdays.
1st January 2022: This is a national holiday on the occasion of the New year.
2nd January 2022: Sunday
8th January 2022: Second Saturday
9th January 2022: Sunday
16th January 2022: Sunday
22nd January 2022: Fourth Saturday
23rd January 2022: Sunday
26th January 2022: Every year this day is recognised as a national holiday on the occasion of Republic day.
30th January 2022: Sunday
List Of Bank Holidays In January 2022 In Different Regions
These are the regional holidays provided by the respective states to their people. We have mentioned all list of regional holidays here.
11th January 2022: Mizoram consider this day as a regional holiday for the celebration of missionary day.
12th January 2022: In West Bengal, 12th January 2022 is a holiday due to Swami Vivekananda Jayanti.
14th January 2022: Due to Makar Sankranti and Magh Bihu, There is been a holiday in Gujrat, Sikkim, Karnataka, Telangana and Assam.
15th January 2022: On the occasion of Pongal and Thiruvalluvar day, there is a holiday in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Pondicherrry, and Tamil Nadu
25th January 2022: Himachal Pradesh considers this day as their state day and provides a holiday in their state.
31st January 2022: This is the holiday in Assam for celebrating the Me-Dum-Me-Phi festival.
These are all regional and national bank holidays in January 2022. We hope you get all the information you need here.