Madhya Pradesh Holidays 2022 List

Festivals are meant to be celebrated with friends and family and therefore on all major festivals, a holiday is provided. A number of major festivals are observed in the state of Madhya Pradesh and almost every bank, school and other government offices remain closed on these days. There are many ways in which one can spend the holidays and if their dates are known beforehand, planning can be made accordingly. In this article, a list of Madhya Pradesh Holidays 2022 has been provided on which almost every institution are likely to observe. Other than the ones mentioned below, holidays can be provided by schools or private offices as per their rules.

Government Holidays in Madhya Pradesh 2022

Government decided holidays are observed by almost every banks, schools, public offices and organizations. These holidays are normally observed in all states of the country with every state having certain exceptions or additions. Below presented is the list of government holidays that are observed in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Although the dates provided below are correct for now, in case there comes any change in the specified dates, the same will be reflected later.

Festival Date Day
Republic Day January 26, 2022 Wednesday
Holi March 19, 2022 Saturday
Rama Navami April 10, 2022 Sunday
Mahavir Jayanti April 14, 2022 Thursday
Dr B R Ambedkar Jayanti April 14, 2022 Thursday
Good Friday April 15, 2022 Friday
Maharshi Parasuram Jayanti May 2, 2022 Monday
Eid-ul-Fitr May 3, 2022 Tuesday
Buddha Purnima May 16, 2022 Monday
Bakrid/ Eid-al-Adha July 10, 2022 Sunday
Muharram August 9, 2022 Tuesday
Raksha Bandhan August 12, 2022 Friday
Independence Day August 15, 2022 Monday
Janmashtami August 19, 2022 Friday
Gandhi Jayanti October 2, 2022 Sunday
Vijaya Dashami October 5, 2022 Wednesday
Eid-e-Milad/ Milad-un-Nabi October 9, 2022 Sunday
Diwali October 24, 2022 Monday
Guru Nanak Jayanti November 8, 2022 Tuesday
Christmas December 25, 2022 Sunday

List of MP Bank Holidays 2022

Certain set of holidays that are specific to the banks of the MP state are decided every year that are known as bank holidays. The public holidays mentioned above are all bank holidays and other than that there are other days too on which banks are closed. For starters, Sundays are compulsorily a day-off in every bank. Apart from this, second and fourth Saturdays of every month are also holidays in every banks. However, it must be noted that facilities like ATM, IMPS, NEFT, etc remain active on the bank holidays and therefore online transactions and cash withdrawal can be made on these days as well. Check out the complete list of second and fourth Saturdays that will be marked as holiday in the year 2022.

January 2022

  • 8th January 2022: Second Saturday
  • 22nd January 2022: Fourth Saturday

February 2022

  • 12th February 2022: Second Saturday
  • 26th February 2022: Fourth Saturday

March 2022

  • 12th March 2022: Second Saturday
  • 26th March 2022: Fourth Saturday

April 2022

  • 9th April 2022: Second Saturday
  • 23rd April 2022: Fourth Saturday

May 2022

  • 14th May 2022: Second Saturday
  • 28th May 2022: Fourth Saturday

June 2022

  • 11th June 2022: Second Saturday
  • 25th June 2022: Fourth Saturday

July 2022

  • 9th July 2022: Second Saturday
  • 23rd July 2022: Fourth Saturday

August 2022

  • 13th August 2022: Second Saturday
  • 27th August 2022: Fourth Saturday

September 2022

  • 10th September 2022: Second Saturday
  • 24th September 2022: Fourth Saturday

October 2022

  • 8th October 2022: Second Saturday
  • 22nd October 2022: Fourth Saturday

November 2022

  • 12th November 2022: Second Saturday
  • 26th November 2022: Fourth Saturday

December 2022

  • 10th December 2022: Second Saturday
  • 24th December 2022: Fourth Saturday

Madhya Pradesh Schools Holidays in 2022

Every school has its own calendar of holidays which includes all the day in the current academic year that will be observed as day-off. Government holidays mentioned above are observed by almost every school of Madhya Pradesh and also Sunday is a fixed day-off in every week. Saturdays may be off for some schools and not for others. Similarly in a school, Saturdays can be off for primary classes but not for higher classes. Parent interested in knowing all about the holidays observed in a year can find the same from the brochure or prospectus of the school. Apart from this, the school holidays 2022 can also be found by visiting the official website of the particular school. The schools generally release their holiday calendar before the commencement of the academic session in April.

Major festivals celebrated in Madhya Pradesh

India is a country of festivals and has a number of national as well as regional festivlas. Some major festivals like Holi, Diwali, Dussehra, etc are celebrated with great enthusiasm in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Check out a few things about the prominent festivals of MP below.

  1. Holi– Holi is a festival of colors that is celebrated with complete enthusiasm by the people of Madhya Pradesh. Almost every organization, public or private, remain closed on the occasion of Holi and the people spend their day by throwing colors on each other and feasting on amazing food that is prepared on the occasion of this festival.
  2. Dussehra– Dussehra marks the victory of Good over Evil and is celebrated generally in the month of September or October. Dussehra comes after the nine-day festival of Navratri and many fairs are organized on this day. Burning statues of Ravana, along with Meghnaad and Kumbhakaran are a famous tradition carried out on Dussehra.
  3. Diwali– Diwali is another major festival of Madhya Pradesh that is celebrated after 20 days of Dussehra. People make rangoli, light firecrackers and prepare delicious food items to celebrate the festival of Diwali. Normally, it falls in the month of October or November.

Other festivals of Madhya Pradesh include Tansen Music Festival, Bhagoria Haat Festival, Khajuraho Dance Festival, etc which might not be a government holiday but are celebrated with great excitement among the people of MP state.

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