Mizoram Bank Holidays List 2022

Published on 4 Aug, 2021, 10:59 AM IST
Updated on 6 Jun, 2022, 11:34 AM IST

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Mizoram is a wonderful state located in the north-eastern part of India. As the state shares its border with Bangladesh and Myanmar, it is important from a trading point of view. Majority of Mizoram’s population is employed in the agriculture sector followed by handloom and horticulture industries.

Mizoram Bank Holidays

Banking ensures that the transactions take place smoothly and all stakeholders continue to function optimally. However, bank employees also need a break and there are days when banks in Mizoram are closed. These are known as Mizoram’s bank holidays. Read ahead to know more about bank holidays in Mizoram.

Bank Holidays Calendar in Mizoram 2022:

Here are some important points to know regarding Mizoram’s bank holidays calendar for 2022.

  • Bank’s branches are closed on Sundays.

  • Banks’ branches are closed on every month’s 2nd and 4th Saturdays.

  • Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) will not be closed during bank holidays.

  • Internet banking and mobile banking features will not be hampered due to bank holidays.

  • List of Mizoram’s bank holidays for 2022 is made up of religious festivals, state-specific days, and national events.

List of Bank Holidays in Mizoram 2022:

Go through the following table to know about bank holidays in Mizoram. Some dates mentioned below might be subject to change.

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during January

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 1 January New Year’s Day
Saturday 8 January Second Saturday
Tuesday 11 January Missionary Day
Saturday 22 January Fourth Saturday
Wednesday 26 January Republic Day

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during February

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 12 February Second Saturday
Sunday 20 February State Day
Saturday 26 February Fourth Saturday

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during March

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 12 March Second Saturday
Saturday 19 March Holi
Saturday 26 March Fourth Saturday

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during April

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 9 April Second Saturday
Friday 15 April Good Friday
Saturday 23 April Fourth Saturday

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during May

Day Date Holiday
Tuesday 3 May Eid-ul-Fitr
Saturday 14 May Second Saturday
Monday 16 May Buddha Purnima
Saturday 28 May Fourth Saturday

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during June

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 11 June Second Saturday
Wednesday 15 June Young Mizo Association Day
Saturday 25 June Fourth Saturday
Thursday 30 June Remna Ni

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during July

Day Date Holiday
Wednesday 6 July Mizo Hmeichhe Insuikhawm Pawl Day
Saturday 9 July Second Saturday
Sunday 10 July Bakrid / Eid al Adha
Saturday 23 July Fourth Saturday

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during August

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 13 August Second Saturday
Monday 15 August Independence Day
Saturday 27 August Fourth Saturday

Bank holidays in Mizoram during September

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 10 September Second Saturday
Saturday 24 September Fourth Saturday

Bank holidays in Mizoram during October

Day Date Holiday
Sunday 2 October Gandhi Jayanti
Wednesday 5 October Vijaya Dashami
Saturday 8 October Second Saturday
Saturday 22 October Fourth Saturday
Tuesday 25 October Diwali

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during November

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 12 November Second Saturday
Saturday 26 November Fourth Saturday

Bank Holidays in Mizoram during December

Day Date Holiday
Saturday 10 December Second Saturday
Saturday 24 December Fourth Saturday
Sunday 25 December Christmas Day
Monday 26 December Christmas Holiday

Note: This list of bank holidays is for Mizoram and its major cities that are stated below.

  • Aizawl

  • Lunglei

  • Kolasib

  • Serchhip

  • Champhai

  • Thenzawl

  • Saitlaw

  • Darlawn

  • North Vanlaiphai

  • Bairabi

Also, read: India Bank Holidays List 2022

Here’s a list of prominent tourist spots in Mizoram.

Aizawl: Aizawl city is Mizoram’s capital and is known as the Home of the Highlanders. It is also the state’s largest city. The city is famous for nature tourism and offers great cultural insights into the lives of the people living in Mizoram.

Champhai: You can find ancient relics and monuments at Champhai. This city is based on an altitude of 1678 m and is referred to as the Fruit Bowl of Mizoram. Make sure to visit the Murlen National Park and Lengteng Wildlife Sanctuary in Champhai.

Lunglei: Mizoram’s Lunglei offers scenic views that will stay in your memory for a long time. If you are ready to spend some money, you can get a helicopter ride from Aizawl to Lunglei. Do visit the Bridge of Rock and one of the wildlife sanctuaries of this city.

Serchhip: If you are someone who loves mountains and waterfalls, a trip to Serchhip will be ideal for you. You can visit Vantawng Waterfalls, Thenzawl Deer Park, and the Mizor Handloom Industry in Serchhip.

Lawngtlai: You can visit Lawngtlai for a relaxing vacation. This place is home to Lohawka, Sinemon, and Ngengpui Wildlife Sanctuaries.

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