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New Year 2022 Calendar India With Festivals: Full List of Public Holidays: Only two days are left for the beginning of the new year and the ministry of personnel, public pensions, and grievances has declared a full list of gazetted holidays in the year 2022. It is compulsory for government offices that are located outside Delhi to observe 14 holidays in further addition to 3 holidays that can be selected from the 12 optional days. In India, the 14 mandatory holidays include Eid-ul-Fitr, Good Friday, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanti, Muharram, Independence Day, Diwali, Guru Nanak’s Birthday, Christmas, etc. As per the list released by the government, there are 17 gazetted holidays and 30 restricted holidays in the forthcoming year. Follow More Update On Olasmediatv.com

New Year 2022 Calendar  - Full List of Public Holidays - Full List of Public Holidays

New Year 2022 Calendar India With Festivals

All those who are planning for a holiday in the forthcoming year can check the calendar and plan their days ahead accordingly.

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New Year 2022 Calendar with Public holidays

  • 1st January 2022: New Year’s Day falling on Saturday
  • 13th January 2022: Lohri falling on Thursday
  • 14th January 2022: Makar Sankranti falling on Friday
  • 26th January 2022: Republic Day falling on Friday
  • 1st March 2022:  Maha Shivratri falling on Tuesday
  • 18th March 2022: Holi falling on Friday
  • 2nd April 2022: Ugadi falling on Saturday
  • 10th April 2022: Ram Navami falling on Sunday
  • 14th April 2022:  Mahavir Jayanti, Ambedkar Jayanti falling on Thursday
  • 15th April 2022: Good Friday falling on Friday
  • 3rd May 2022: Eid-ul-Fitr falling on Tuesday
  • 16th May 2022: Buddha Purnima falling on Monday
  • 10th July 2022: Bakri Eid falling on Sunday
  • 9th August 2022: Muharram falling on Tuesday
  • 11th August 2022: Rakshabandhan falling on Thursday
  • 15th August 2022: Independence Day falling on Monday
  • 19th August 2022: Janmashtami falling on Friday
  • 31st August 2022: Ganesh Chaturthi falling on Wednesday
  • 8th September 2022: Onam falling on Thursday
  • 2nd October 2022: Gandhi Jayanti falling on Sunday
  • 5th October 2022: Dussehra falling on Wednesday
  • 9th October 2022: Eid-e-Milad falling on Sunday
  • 24th October 2022: Diwali falling on Monday
  • 8th November 2022: Guru Nanak Jayanti falling on Tuesday
  • 25th December 2022: Christmas falling on Sunday

Apart from the national and gazetted holidays, we are also sharing the list of stock market holidays in the new year. Indian stock exchanges-the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and BSE have issued a list of holidays for the stock markets in the year 2022. According to the list uploaded on the BSE website, in the year 2022, there are 13 trade holidays in total.

In addition to Saturdays and Sundays, these are the days when the trade will not occur in the year 2022. On these trading holidays, no trade and stock exchange will occur on the equity sector, SLB segment, and equity derivative segment.

The entire list of trading holidays in the year 2022 except for Saturdays and Sundays which are trade holidays by default. Not only this but the second list gives holidays dropping on Saturdays and Sundays.

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In the month of January, there is only a holiday on the 26th of January, Wednesday on the occasion of Republic Day. There are two holidays in the month of March for Maha Shivratri and Holi on 1st March, Tuesday, and 18th March, Friday. In the month of April, there are 2 holidays on 14th April, Thursday for  Mahavir/Ambedkar Jayanti, and on 15th April 2022 on Friday for the occasion of Good Friday.

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In May, there is only 1 trade holiday on 3rd May 2022, Tuesday for Ramzan ID. In the month of June and July, there are no trading holidays except on Saturdays and Sundays. In the month of August, there are 3 holidays which are on 9th August 2022, 15th August, and 31st August for the occasion of Muharram, Independence Day, and Ganesh Chaturthi.

There are no holidays on weekdays in the month of September 2022. The 3 trading holidays in the month of October are on 5th October, 24th October, and 26th October for Dussehra, Diwali, and Diwali. Talking about the month of November 2022 there is only one trading holiday on 8th November 2022 for the occasion of Gurunanak Jayanti. In the month of December 2022, there are no trading holidays dropping out on Saturdays and Sundays.

The stock exchanges may be altered or change any of the holidays given in the list and any such changes will be informed through a separate circular released in advance. Muhurat trading will be conducted. Muhurat trade timings will be informed via notifications subsequently.

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New Year 2022 Calendar List Of Stock Market Holidays

1 January 26, 2022 Wednesday Republic Day
2 March 01, 2022 Tuesday Mahashivratri
3 March 18, 2022 Friday Holi
4 April 14, 2022 Thursday Mahavir Jayanti / Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti
5 April 15, 2022 Friday Good Friday
6 May 03, 2022 Tuesday Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id)
7 August 09, 2022 Tuesday Muharram
8 August 15, 2022 Monday Independence Day
9 August 31, 2022 Wednesday Ganesh Chaturthi
10 October 05, 2022 Wednesday Dussehra
11 October 24, 2022 Monday Diwali & Laxmi Pujan
12 October 26, 2022 Wednesday Diwali Balipratipada
13 November 08, 2022 Tuesday Gurunanak Jayanti

New Year 2022 Calendar: Trading Holidays Dropping on Saturdays And Sundays

Sl.No Date Day Holidays
1 April 10, 2022 Sunday Ram Navami
2 May 01, 2022 Sunday Maharashtra Day
3 July 10, 2022 Sunday Bakri Id
4 October 02, 2022 Sunday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti
5 December 25, 2022 Sunday Christmas

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