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Union Bank of India Holiday List 2022

Union Bank of India Holiday List 2022
By babita
Published on June 6, 2022

Want to know is union bank open today? check our easy to read article. Union Bank  had their headquarters in Mumbai registered on 11 November 1919. 

It is one of the leading public sector banks in India. It is a public sector bank and the government of India has an 83.50% stake in the Union bank.

The bank has more than 120 million customers union bank was created by the amalgamation of two banks that are Andhra Bank and Corporation Bank which come into effect on the 1st April 2020.

Holidays, who do not like holidays as the people of the nation have public and national holidays so do banking people have banking holidays and national holidays and some public holidays as per the state you live in.

The banking holidays which do not change for any bank no matter where they are located are the Second & the Fourth Saturday. On these two days, no bank in the country opens as per the guidelines of the central government. The following are the Union Bank of  India holiday list 2022.

Union Banks Of India Holiday List 2022

List Of Union Banks Holidays

Union bank has its branches all over India. A holiday in every state is different from the other but there can be some common holidays as well.

Public holidays have fewer possibilities to have the same day holiday in one or more than one the states. But some universal holidays are celebrated all over the country

And on these days banks are supposed to be closed as per the guidelines of the central government. Below given is the list of Union Bank holidays .

Universal Days

1. Republic Day

It is celebrated every year on the 26th of January. This day marks the day when the Indian constitution came into effect on 26th January 1950.

This was to replace the Government of India Act 1935 as the new government document of India, the constitution was adopted by the Indian Constituent Assembly on 26th November 1949 but it came into effect on the 26th Jan 1950.

 On the celebration of this day, every year in the capital of India New Delhi, Delhi the main celebration happens at Rajpath before the President Of the Nation.

2. Independence Day

This day marks the independence of India. India got its freedom back from the Britisher after about 200 years of struggle.

But after the independence, King George VI was still the head of the state until when the nation adopted the new Constitution of India on the 26th of Jan 1950.

After the independence led the partition of India. On this day the prime minister of India raises the national flag and addresses the nation.

3. Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti marks the birth anniversary of Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi also popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi.

He was born on 2 Oct 1869 and his contribution to the Independence of India is considered to be the most significant. He was also known as the Father of the Nation title given by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.

Other national holidays are

1. Ram Navami

This day is celebrated as the birth of Lord Rama in Ayodhya. Lord Rama is believed to be the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. Dashratha the father of Rama performed a sacred ritual for having the child.

This day is celebrated on the ninth day of the Hindu month Chitra. The queen of Kaushalya gave birth to Lord Rama and his step brothers were born from other queens.

2. Ambedkar Jayanti

This day is celebrated as the birth anniversary of BR Ambedkar. He is famously known for his work in creating the constitution and his stands for the Dalits.

He was a lawyer and political activist and social reformer who was heading the committee that created the Indian Constitution.

He was born in a Dalit Mahar family from his own life experience of untouchability he wants to change this system to give freedom to the Dalit families.

3. Good Friday

It is the most crucial day for the Christiansen a day before easter. This is the day on which the crucifixion of Jesus took place. This day is also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday, Black Friday, etc.

it said that Jesus died for our sins and was raised to life on the third day following god's will according to the scriptures.

4. Eid Al Fitr

Eid marks the end of the Ramadan month with fasting from dawn to the sunset to give prayers and devotion to the almighty.

On this day people hug each other, men hug other men and women hug other women as a symbol of the friendship among the people. Food for this day includes desserts as the main part of the feat after the sunset

5. Eid Al Adha

This day is known by many names as Eid ul Adha, id-ul Juha, Bakr id, etc. The day is celebrated as the willingness of prophet Abrahams to leave everything for God.

 This day falls on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the twelfth and final month of the Islamic calendar.

6. Dussehra 

According to the legends, this day marks the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana and his two brothers. This day is essentially a symbol of the victory of good over evil. This Dussehra is celebrated on the 5th of October.

7. Prophet's Birthday

This day is also known as the Mawlid. Celebrate the 12th Rab Al Awwal 3rd month of the Islamic calendar. It is the most important day for the Muslim community.

Maulid or prophet's birthday is celebrated as the national day in most Muslim countries but not in Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

8. Diwali

This is the most important and the most popular festival celebrated in India. As stories say on this day the lord Rama comes back to Ayodhya after winning against Ravana and from his 14 years of exile.

People on this day lit the diyas at night and celebrated the festival with their families.

9. Christmas

This day is supposed to be the both of Jesus Christ. On this day people attend the special service in the church and have festival meals with family and also exchange gifts with friends and family members.


Union Bank has many branches across the country. It was registered on 11th November 1919 in Mumbai. It is a public sector bank 85.50% of the stake is owned by the government of India.

The holidays of these branches depend on the state in which they are. National holidays are a common holiday across the country for the banks and some public holidays are subjective to the state in which the banks are. Hope you liked our article about Union bank of India holiday list 2022 .


1. Are there more bank holidays in 2022?

In England, This year’s extra bank holiday will honour this historic anniversary and the Queen’s birthday. Also called the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. It is going to be celebrated on the 3 June 2022.

2. Is 30th May 2022 a bank holiday?

Usually, in the UK, it does, but this year as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is happening on the 3 June and to give a continuous holiday the holiday which was supposed to happen on 30th May (spring bank holiday) will now be shifted to 2 June.

3. Is 4th Jan 2022 a bank holiday in England?

Not in England but in Scotland. Scotland has a bank holiday on 2nd January. But due to this day falling on Sunday in 2022, the bank holiday will be on the 4th of January and it cannot be on the 3rd of January, because that is already a substitute bank holiday of New Year’s Day.


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Babita takes care of Informational Content Writing Expert at ankuraggarwal.in. She has started her career as a video-editor with a reputed news magazine Punjab Kesari in the year 2018.

Though after joining the ankuraggarwal.in, she is living up her passion by getting herself acquainted with latest fashion trend. She is a fashionista who loves shopping. Her favorite past time is reading fashion blogs and binge watch Netflix.

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