Haryana Bank Holidays 2017Today – 13 December 2017 – is not a holiday in Haryana.
This page contains a calendar of all 2017 bank holidays for Haryana. These dates may be modified as official changes are announced, so please check back regularly for updates.
|5 Jan||Thu||Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti|
|26 Jan||Thu||Republic Day|
|1 Feb||Wed||Vasant Panchami|
|1 Feb||Wed||Sir Chhotu Ram Jayanti|
|10 Feb||Fri||Guru Ravidas Jayanti|
|21 Feb||Tue||Maharshi Dayanand Sarswati Jayanti|
|24 Feb||Fri||Maha Shivaratri|
|23 Mar||Thu||S. Bhagat Singh's Martyrdom Day|
|4 Apr||Tue||Ram Navami|
|9 Apr||Sun||Mahavir Jayanti|
|14 Apr||Fri||Dr Ambedkar Jayanti|
|28 Apr||Fri||Maharshi Parasuram Jayanti|
|10 May||Wed||Buddha Purnima|
|28 May||Sun||Maharana Pratap Jayanti|
|9 Jun||Fri||Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti|
|26 Jun||Mon||Idul Fitr|
|26 Jul||Wed||Haryali Teej|
|15 Aug||Tue||Independence Day|
|2 Sep||Sat||Bakrid / Eid al Adha|
|21 Sep||Thu||Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti|
|23 Sep||Sat||Heroes' Martyrdom Day|
|30 Sep||Sat||Vijaya Dashami|
|2 Oct||Mon||Gandhi Jayanti|
|5 Oct||Thu||Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti|
|8 Oct||Sun||Karva Chauth|
|20 Oct||Fri||Deepavali Holiday|
|1 Nov||Wed||Haryana Day|
|4 Nov||Sat||Guru Nanak Jayanti|
|2 Dec||Sat||Eid e Milad|
|25 Dec||Mon||Christmas Day|
|25 Dec||Mon||Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti|
|26 Dec||Tue||Shaheed Udham Singh Jayanti|
Visit csharyana.gov.in for the original release.
Bank holidays in Haryana are approved by the General Administration Department of the Haryana Government. All Saturdays and Sundays are considered holidays in Haryana. Despite the fact that a very small percentage of the population is Christian, Christmas Day is a public holiday.
On Schedule I holidays, which include Christmas as well as Republic Day and Haryana Day, all government offices are closed. On Schedule II holidays, employees may choose two as paid holidays. These include Guru Gobind Singh’s birthday, Good Friday and Karwa Chauth. On Schedule III holidays, commercial businesses may also close in Haryana. These holidays include Holi, Janmashtami and the Annual Closing of Bank Accounts.