All public sector and commercial banks in Delhi remain closed on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month apart from other national and regional holidays. Below is the list of Delhi Bank Holidays in 2022.
While banks in Delhi are closed on the mandatory second and fourth Saturdays, they are also closed on festivals and regional holidays. During these bank holidays calendar in Delhi, banking services are unavailable at the branch; however, with online banking option, you can avail most of the services.
Below is the day, date and name of holidays observed by banks in Delhi:
|Saturday||08 January||Second Saturday|
|Saturday||22 January||Fourth Saturday|
|Wednesday||26 January||Republic Day|
|Saturday||12 February||Second Saturday|
|Saturday||26 February||Fourth Saturday|
|Tuesday||01 March||Maha Shivaratri|
|Saturday||12 March||Second Saturday|
|Saturday||26 March||Fourth Saturday|
|Friday||01 April||Closing of Accounts for Commercial and Co-Operative Banks|
|Saturday||09 April||Second Saturday|
|Sunday||10 April||Ram Navami|
|Thursday||14 April||Mahavir Jayanti|
|Friday||15 April||Good Friday|
|Saturday||23 April||Fourth Saturday|
|Saturday||14 May||Second Saturday|
|Monday||16 May||Buddha Purnima|
|Saturday||28 May||Fourth Saturday|
|Saturday||11 June||Second Saturday|
|Saturday||25 June||Fourth Saturday|
|Saturday||09 July||Second Saturday|
|Sunday||10 July||Bakrid / Eid al Adha|
|Saturday||23 July||Fourth Saturday|
|Saturday||13 August||Second Saturday|
|Monday||15 August||Independence Day|
|Saturday||27 August||Fourth Saturday|
|Saturday||10 September||Second Saturday|
|Saturday||24 September||Fourth Saturday|
|Sunday||02 October||Gandhi Jayanti|
|Wednesday||05 October||Vijaya Dashami|
|Saturday||08 October||Second Saturday|
|Saturday||22 October||Fourth Saturday|
|Tuesday||08 November||Guru Nanak Jayanti|
|Saturday||12 November||Second Saturday|
|Saturday||26 November||Fourth Saturday|
|Saturday||10 December||Second Saturday|
|Saturday||24 December||Fourth Saturday|
Note: The list of Delhi bank holidays is applicable across the Union Territory.
Also, read: India Bank Holidays List 2022
If you are planning to visit Delhi, here some of the best places to visit during your vacation:
Red Fort: Known for its architecture of the Mughal empire, Red Fort was built in the 17th century and served as the main residence of the Mughals. On Independence Day, the Prime Minister of India hoists the Indian national flag and the parade that takes place could be one of the places that you need to visit.
Qutab Minar: Considered as the tallest minaret in India, Qutab Minar was built during the Mughal era and houses the country’s first mosque. The first three storeys are built with red sandstone, while the remaining two storeys were built with marble and sandstone.
Bahai Temple: Also known as the Lotus Temple due to its lotus flower-like design. The temple is open to all faiths. The structure is composed of 27 marble-clad petals arranged in clusters to form the shape of a lotus flower.
Lodi Gardens: Built by the British in 1936, the gardens are surrounded by the tombs of several rulers of the 16th century. One can take a walk or simply relax in the open space and enjoy nature.
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