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Punjab Bank Holidays 2017

Today – 13 December 2017 – is not a holiday in Punjab.

This page contains a calendar of all 2017 bank holidays for Punjab. These dates may be modified as official changes are announced, so please check back regularly for updates.

DateDayHoliday
5 JanThuGuru Gobind Singh Jayanti
26 JanThuRepublic Day
1 FebWedVasant Panchami
1 FebWedSatguru Ram Singh Ji Jayanti
10 FebFriGuru Ravidas Jayanti
24 FebFriMaha Shivaratri
13 MarMonHoli
23 MarThuS. Bhagat Singh's Martyrdom Day
4 AprTueRam Navami
9 AprSunMahavir Jayanti
13 AprThuVaisakh
14 AprFriGood Friday
14 AprFriDr Ambedkar Jayanti
28 AprFriMaharshi Parasuram Jayanti
1 MayMonMay Day
29 MayMonSri Guru Arjun Dev Ji's Martyrdom Day
9 JunFriSant Guru Kabir Jayanti
26 JunMonIdul Fitr
31 JulMonShaheed Udham Singh's Martyrdom Day
15 AugTueIndependence Day
15 AugTueJanmashtami
22 AugTueParkash Utsav Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
30 AugWedBaba Sri Chand Ji Jayanti
2 SepSatBakrid / Eid al Adha
12 SepTueSaragarhi Day
21 SepThuMaharaja Agrasen Jayanti
28 SepThuS. Bhagat Singh Ji Jayanti
30 SepSatVijaya Dashami
2 OctMonGandhi Jayanti
5 OctThuMaharishi Valmiki Jayanti
7 OctSatParkash Gurpurab of Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji
19 OctThuDiwali
20 OctFriDeepavali Holiday
4 NovSatGuru Nanak Jayanti
16 NovThuShahidi Diwas S. Kartar Singh Sarabha Ji
24 NovFriSri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji's Martyrdom Day
2 DecSatEid e Milad
25 DecMonChristmas Day

Visit punjab.gov.in for the original release.

As a result of changing borders, Punjab recognises fewer holidays than other Indian states and territories. Each Sunday is considered a holiday in Punjab. Under Section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act 1881, the Government of Punjab, Department of Personnel, determines each year what holidays are considered public.

A large percentage of Punjab’s population are Sikh. Therefore, many of the holidays celebrated are related to the Sikh religion. Those who practice Sikhism believe in “One Immortal Being,” ten Gurus, the teachings of the Gurus and “baptism bequeathed by the tenth Guru.”

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