Haryana is an Indian state located in the northern part of the country. Chandigarh is Haryana’s capital, which it shares with Punjab. Haryana shares its state borders with Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Based on per capita investment, it is considered among the wealthiest areas, not just in the country but in the entire South Asia. Haryana’s offices are closed on days declared as public holidays. Read ahead to know more about Haryana’s public holidays.
Here are four important pointers about Haryana’s general holidays and public holidays in Haryana.
The list of holidays in Haryana for 2022 is conveyed to the public by the government.
Majority of government and private offices will be closed on Haryana’s public holidays in 2022.
Haryana’s public holidays’ list for 2022 is made of days of religious importance, national days, and state-centric days.
All Sundays are public holidays in Haryana.
Public holidays can be seen as a change in the routine. The public at large gets a break from work. They get time to spend with their friends and family. They can spend the holiday completing chores, relaxing, or creating memories with loved ones.
Since some educational institutions also follow the list of public holidays in Haryana, some people club the public holidays with their leaves and go on a long trip. Also, since you are aware that the government offices will remain closed on a particular day, you can schedule your work at the particular government office accordingly.
The Haryana government had declared the list of public holidays for 2022. You can go through the official notification stated by the Haryana Government’s General Administration Department over here.
Haryana’s state holidays are mentioned in the below table. Note that some of the festivals might undergo a change of dates closer to the event. This is mainly because some celebrations are centred around the lunar calendar, which is tough to predict accurately.
|Sunday||9 January||Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti|
|Wednesday||26 January||Republic Day|
|Saturday||5 February||Vasant Panchami|
|Wednesday||16 February||Guru Ravidas Jayanti|
|Tuesday||1 March||Maha Shivaratri|
|Wednesday||23 March||S. Bhagat Singh's Martyrdom Day|
|Sunday||10 April||Ram Navami|
|Thursday||14 April||Mahavir Jayanti & Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti|
|Monday||2 May||Maharshi Parasuram Jayanti|
|Monday||16 May||Buddha Purnima|
|Thursday||2 June||Maharana Pratap Jayanti|
|Tuesday||14 June||Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti|
|Sunday||10 July||Bakrid / Eid al Adha|
|Sunday||31 July||Shaheed Udham Singh's Martyrdom Day|
|Friday||12 August||Raksha Bandhan|
|Monday||15 August||Independence Day|
|Friday||23 September||Heroes’ Martyrdom Day|
|Monday||26 September||Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti|
|Sunday||2 October||Gandhi Jayanti|
|Wednesday||5 October||Vijaya Dashami|
|Sunday||9 October||Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti & Eid-e-Milad|
|Wednesday||26 October||Diwali Holiday|
|Tuesday||1 November||Haryana Day|
|Tuesday||8 November||Guru Nanak Jayanti|
|Monday||26 December||Shaheed Udham Singh Jayanti|
|Thursday||29 December||Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti|
Note: The above-mentioned list is for Haryana and its cities mentioned below.
Apart from the public holidays, employees of some government and private offices also have the option of taking leaves on days mentioned as restricted holidays. Restricted holidays do not apply to the population at large, however, these holidays are optional. They mostly cater to different religions. For example, Karwachauth is not a public holiday but a restricted holiday. Therefore, people who celebrate Karwachauth can take leave on that date. Employees usually have a fixed number of restricted holidays to choose from.
Also, read: India Public Holidays List 2022
Here’s a list of popular festivals celebrated in Haryana.
Surajkund International Crafts Mela: This mela or a fair is held in Haryana’s Faridabad district. The Surajkund International Crafts Mela is celebrated during February for a fortnight. The fair is famous as it showcases regional, national, and foreign crafts.
Mango Mela: This festival is held in July. Pinjore hosts the Mango Mela for two days, which displays a variety of mangoes. It is a treat for people who love the king of fruits – mango. The fair comprises competitions for children, several cultural events, and a food court offering multiple cuisines.
Baisakhi: Baisakhi is a festival that is celebrated throughout Haryana. It is viewed as a new year celebration as per the traditional calendar. It is celebrated in April by offering prayers followed by a feast.
Gangore: People in Haryana worship Goddess Gauri during the Gangore festival. This is an annual festival held in March or April, where people carry the Gauri idols from village-to-village and then immerse it in a water body.
Lohri: Lohri is one of the prominent festivals celebrated in Haryana. This festival marks the end of the winter season. In Lohri, people create a bonfire, throw puffed rice and sweets in it, and pray, sing and dance around it.
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