What Are the Holidays in NSE in 2022?

List of Holidays in NSE in 2022

 

The following table summarises the holidays in NSE in 2022. Note that each of the segments share similar holidays with a few exceptions.

Date & Day

Holiday

Segments

1st January, Saturday

New Year Day

Applicable for Commodity Derivatives (Holiday falling on Saturday)

26th January, Wednesday

Republic Day

All

19th February, Saturday

Chatrapati Shivaji Jayanti

Applicable for Currency, Interest Rate Derivatives and Debt Market (holiday falling on Saturday)

1st March, Tuesday

Mahashivratri

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivatives)

18th March, Friday

Holi

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivatives)

1st April, Friday

Annual Bank Closing Day

Applicable for Currency, Interest Rate Derivatives and Debt Market

2nd April, Saturday

Gudi Padwa

Applicable for Currency, Interest Rate Derivatives and Debt Market (Holiday falling on Saturday)

10th April, Sunday

Ram Navami

All (Holiday falling on Sunday; not a clearing holiday)

14th April, Thursday

Mahavir Jayanti/ Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivative)

15th April, Friday

Good Friday

All

1st May, Sunday

Maharashtra Day

All (Holiday falling on Sunday)

3rd May, Tuesday

Eid-Ul-Fitr or Ramzan ID

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivative)

16th May, Monday

Buddha Purnima

Applicable for Currency, Interest Rate Derivatives, Debt Market

10th July, Sunday

Bakra Eid

All (Holiday falling on Sunday; not a clearing holiday)

9th August, Tuesday

Muharram

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivatives)

15th August, Monday

Independence Day

All

16th August, Tuesday

Parsi New Year

Applicable for Currency, Interest Rate Derivatives and Debt Market

31st August, Wednesday

Ganesh Chaturthi

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivative)

2nd October, Sunday

Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti

All (Holiday falling on Sunday)

5th October, Wednesday

Dussehra

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivatives)

9th October, Sunday

Id-E-Milad

Applicable for Currency, Interest Rate Derivatives and Debt Market (Holiday falling on Sunday)

24th October, Monday

Diwali Laxmi Puja *

All

26th October, Wednesday

Diwali-Balipratipada

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivative)

8th November, Tuesday

Guru Nanak Jayanti

All (Not applicable for trading holiday of Commodity Derivative)

25th December, Sunday

Christmas

All (Holiday falling on Sunday; not a clearing holiday)

*Please note that Muhurat Trading will occur on 24th October 2022 during Laxmi Puja of Diwali. Timings of this trading will be notified in advance. It is not applicable for clearing holidays.

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