Meghalaya Holidays List 2022 – Meghalaya Sarkari Gazetted Holidays List

Meghalaya Holidays List 2022 – Meghalaya Sarkari Gazetted Holidays List – The list of holidays may vary from state to state depending on which festivals are prominent in the region. Check out the list of public holidays in Meghalaya for 2022 here. Both the central and state governments have declared a holiday calendar for central and state government employees. Meghalaya is a State in North East India. Meghalaya was formed by merging two districts from the state of Meghalaya: United Khasi Hills and Jaintia Hills, and Garo Hills on 21 January 1972. India celebrates three national holidays every year; In January, we celebrate Republic Day to honour the making of our Constitution. Independence Day is celebrated in August to honor independence from the United Kingdom. Finally, Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated in October.

Meghalaya Holidays List
Meghalaya Holidays List

Meghalaya Holidays List 2022 – Meghalaya Sarkari Gazetted Holidays List

Date Day Holiday
1 January 2022 Saturday New Year’s Day
26 January 2022 Wednesday Republic Day
19 March 2022 Saturday Holi
15 April 2022 Friday Good Friday
3 May 2022 Tuesday Eid Ul Fitr
10 July 2022 Sunday Bakrid/Eid-al-Adha
17 July 2022 Saturday U Tirot Sing Day
15 August 2022 Monday Independence Day
19 August 2022 Friday Janmashtami
2 October 2022 Sunday Gandhi Jayanti
4 October 2022 Tuesday Maha Navami
5 October 2022 Wednesday Vijaya Dashami
25 October 2022 Tuesday Diwali
23 November 2022 Wednesday Seng Kut Snem
12 December 2022 Monday Pa Togan Nengminza Sangma
18 December 2022 Sunday Death Anniversary of U SoSo Tham
24 December 2022 Saturday Christmas Holiday
25 December 2022 Sunday Christmas Day
26 December 2022 Monday Christmas Holiday
30 December 2022 Friday U Kiang Nangbah

Bank Holidays 2022 :

Date Day Holiday
1 January 2022 Saturday New Year’s Day
8 January 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
22 January 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
26 January 2022 Wednesday Republic Day
12 February 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
26 February 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
12 March 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
18 March 2022 Friday Holi
19 March 2022 Saturday Holi
26 March 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
9 April 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
15 April 2022 Friday Good Friday
23 April 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
3 May 2022 Tuesday Eid Ul Fitr
14 May 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
28 May 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
11 June 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
25 June 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
9 July 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
10 July 2022 Sunday Bakrid/Eid-al-Adha
17 July 2022 Sunday U Tirot Sing Day
23 July 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
13 August 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
15 August 2022 Monday Independence Day
19 August 2022 Friday Janmashtami
27 August 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
10 September 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
24 September 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
2 October 2022 Sunday Gandhi Jayanti
4 October 2022 Tuesday Maha Navami
5 October 2022 Wednesday Vijaya Dashami
8 October 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
22 October 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
25 October 2022 Tuesday Diwali
12 November 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
23 November 2022 Wednesday Seng Kut Snem
26 November 2022 Saturday Fourth Saturday
10 December 2022 Saturday Second Saturday
12 December 2022 Monday Pa Togan Nengminza Sangma
18 December 2022 Sunday Death Anniversary of U SoSo Tham
24 December 2022 Saturday Christmas Holiday
25 December 2022 Sunday Fourth Saturday
26 December 2022 Monday Christmas Holiday
30 December 2022 Friday U Kiang Nangbah

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