By | 30 Dec 2022 at 1:28 PM
bank holidays in jan 2023

January 2023: If you’re looking to plan a holiday in January 2023, India is a great place to start. Bank holidays are public holidays that occur once a year and the government of India has declared the following dates: January 2nd – New Year’s Day January 12th – Milad Un Nabi (the Prophet Mohammed’s birthday) January 14th – Pongal These days off provide an excellent opportunity to visit family, take care of errands, or simply take some time for yourself. In this blog post, we will explore these three bank holidays in detail and look at some ideas for how you can make the most out of them.

Bank holidays in January 2023

Date Day Holiday Description Applicable in
1 January 2023 Sunday New Year’s Day All over India
1 January 2023 Sunday Weekend Holiday All over India
5 January 2023 Thursday Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti Haryana, Rajasthan
8 January 2023 Sunday Weekend Holiday All over India
11 January 2023 Tuesday Missionary Day Mizoram
12 January 2023 Thursday Swami Vivekanand Jayanti West Bengal
14 January 2023 Saturday Makar Sankranti/Second Saturday Most states/All over India
15 January 2023 Sunday Pongal or Bihu/ Weekend Holiday Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, Assam/Al over India
22 January 2023 Sunday Sonam Losar/Weekend Holiday Sikkim/All over India
23 January 2023 Monday Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti Tripura, West Bengal, Odisha
26 January 2023 Thursday Republic Day All over India
28 January 2023 Saturday Fourth Saturday All over India
29 January 2023 Sunday Weekend Holiday All over India
31 January 2023 Tuesday Me-Dam-Me-Phi Assam


Bank holidays in January 2023 are a great way to make the most of your time off. With many bank holidays falling on weekends, it gives you plenty of opportunities for rest and relaxation. And since there’s no need to take extra days off work just to enjoy them, you can get back into the office feeling refreshed and ready for the year ahead. Bank holidays in India vary from state to state, so be sure to check with your local banks before planning any trips or activities!