List of Bank And School Holidays In Sept 2022 – Check Here List

List of Bank And School Holidays In Sept 2022 – Check Here List – Banks and schools may remain closed for the first three days of September. Why is bank holiday called bank holiday? Read this detailed article to know the number of holidays in the month of September

Banks will remain closed for a total of 13 days in September 2022. While banks are usually closed on Sundays and two Saturdays, it is important to note that there are many occasions when bank officials do not work. Holidays are placed under three brackets by the Reserve Bank of India: holidays under the Negotiable Instruments Act; leave under the Negotiable Instruments Act and real-time gross settlement leave; and leave to close bank accounts.

List of Bank And School Holidays In Sept 2022

List of Bank And School Holidays In Sept 2022 – Check Here List

Date Day Occasion Region
1-Sep-22 Thursday Ganesh Chaturthi 2nd day Panaji
1-Sep-22 Thursday Nua Khai Odisha
6-Sep-22 Thursday Karma Puja Ranchi
6-Sep-22 Tuesday Ramdev Jayanti/Tejadashmi Rajasthan
7-Sep-22 Wednesday First Onam Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram
8-Sep-22 Thursday Prakash Utsav Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Punjab
8-Sep-22 Thursday Thiruvonam Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram
9-Sep-22 Friday Indrajatra Gangtok
10-Sep-22 Saturday Sri Narayana Guru Jayanti Rajasthan
21-Sep-22 Wednesday Sri Narayana Guru Samadhi Kerala
21-Sep-22 Wednesday Heroes Martyrdom’s day Haryana
23-Sep-22 Friday Shahid Bhagat Singh’s Birthday Punjab
26-Sep-22 Monday Navtatri Sthapna/Mera Chaoren Houba of Lainingthou Sanamahi Jaipur, Imphal

It is advisable to check your bank’s calendar before arriving. At the same time, schools will also be closed for the same number of days. However, programs may vary depending on the school’s regulatory bodies.

Holidays in September 2022 :

Date Day Reason for holiday
4-Sep-22 Sunday First Sunday
10-Sep-22 Saturday Second Saturday
11-Sep-22 Sunday Second Sunday
18-Sep-22 Sunday Third Sunday
24-Sep-22 Saturday Fourth Saturday
25-Sep-22 Sunday Fourth Sunday

Third Onam:

  • The celebration of the Onam festival ends with Thiruvonam, followed by two more days as the third and fourth Onam.
  • It is called Avvitom and marks the preparation of King Mahabali’s return to heaven.

Indra Jatra:

  • Indra Jatra is a part of Nepali culture.
  • It is the biggest festival of the “Never” community in Sikkim and is celebrated with enthusiasm across the state.
  • This festival is celebrated to impress Lord Indra with rain and rain.

Sree Narayana Guru Jayanti:

  • Sree Narayana Jayanti is celebrated as the birthday of Narayana Guru, a saint and social reformer of India.
  • The birthday of this great saint/incarnation is celebrated in the Kerala region and is called Sree Narayana Jayanti.


  • Mahalaya is marked as the day when Goddess Durga defeated the demon Mahishasura.
  • It marks the end of the preetri-paksha (period of reverence or mourning).

Haryana Veer Shaheed Diwas:

  • This day is celebrated to remember the martyrs of the state who made the supreme sacrifice for the country and awakened the feeling of patriotism among the people of the country.

Shaheed Bhagat Singh Ji Jayanti:

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