Public Holidays and Bank Holidays in December 2022

As we are reaching the end of the year we would like to know the list of bank and public holidays in December 2022. As India is a diverse country with 29 states and 7 union territories holidays might not be same at all the places. Some of the states have their own holidays while some other may be business as usual on those days. So we are sharing you a list of public and bank holidays that come in the month of December in the year 2022.

December 2022 Public Holidays List

1 Dec 2022ThursdayState Inauguration Day/Indigenous Faith DayNagaland, Arunachal Pradesh
3 Dec 2022SaturdayWorld Disabled Day/Feast of St. Francis XavierTripura & Goa
5 Dec 2022MondaySheikh Muhammad Abdullah JayantiJammu and Kashmir
12 Dec 2022MondayPa Togan Nengminza SangmaMeghalaya
18 Dec 2022SundayDeath Anniversary of U SoSo Tham/ Guru Ghasidas JayantiMeghalaya, Chandigarh
19 Dec 2022MondayGoa Liberation DayGoa
24 Dec 2022SaturdayChristmas EveMizoram, Meghalaya
25 Dec 2022SundayChristmas DayAll India
26 Dec 2022MondayShaheed Udham Singh JayantiHaryana
26 Dec 2022MondayChristmas HolidayMizoram, Meghalaya and Telangana
30 Dec 2022FridayTamu Losar/ U Kiang NangbahSikkim & Meghalaya
31 December 2022SaturdayNew Year’s EveManipur

Apart from the above holidays there are bank holidays in December 2022.

December 2022 Bank Holidays List

The below are bank holidays in December 2022.

10 Dec 2022SaturdaySecond Saturday
24 Dec 2022SaturdayFourth Saturday

In December 2022 second Saturday is on 10th December 2022 which is a holiday for the banks. Also many banks in India are closed on the 4th Saturday of the month too. So fourth Saturday come on 24th Dec which is a holiday.

As December is the year ending month many employees will use their remaining unpaid leaves. On new years eve many people who plan vacation are expected to book tickets in advance for the events.

Tip to plan your bank holiday

Make plans with loved ones ahead of time by scheduling events on a calendar. You may come off as uncaring if you wait until the last minute to extend an invitation, or they may turn you down if they have already made other commitments. No one person needs to do everything or pay for everything, because everyone can chip in.