Holidays in June 2022 | Bank Holidays in June 2022

List of Holidays in June 2022

Listed below is the list of public holidays in June 2022 with some regional holidays being specific to each state:

Date Day Holiday Celebrated in
2 June 2022 Thursday Maharana Pratap Jayanti Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan
3 June 2022 Friday Sri Guru Arjun Dev Ji's Martyrdom Day Punjab
14 June 2022 Tuesday Pahili Raja Orissa
14 June 2022 Tuesday Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab
15 June 2022 Wednesday Raja Sankranti Orissa
15 June 2022 Wednesday YMA Day Mizoram
22 June 2022 Wednesday Kharchi Puja Tripura
30 June 2022 Wednesday Remna Ni Mizoram
The dates in this table are an estimate. We will update this page once the official public holiday dates for 2022 are released.

Note: Please verify the holiday dates with the government gazette.

Bank Holidays in June 2022

Banks in India remain closed on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month. Apart from this, banks are also closed on national holidays, public holidays, and regional holidays (which differ from state to state). Knowing bank holidays in advance will help to plan your visits to your bank in advance.

Given below are the dates for bank holidays in June 2022:

Date Day Holiday Bank Holiday in
11 June 2022 Saturday 2nd Saturday All states
25 June 2022 Saturday 4th Saturday All States

Note: The second and fourth Saturdays will be the regular bank holidays for all the public sector and private sector banks. The regional bank holidays will differ from state to state. ATMs will remain open on a bank holiday.

Choose your state - Public Holidays 2022

Andaman and Nicobar Delhi Lakshadweep Punjab
Andhra Pradesh Goa Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan
Arunachal Pradesh Gujarat Maharashtra Sikkim
Assam Haryana Manipur Tamil Nadu
Bihar Himachal Pradesh Meghalaya Telangana
Chandigarh Jammu & Kashmir Mizoram Tripura
Chhattisgarh Jharkhand Nagaland Uttar Pradesh
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Karnataka Odisha Uttarakhand
Daman and Diu Kerala Puducherry West Bengal

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