Bank Holiday in Bangladesh 2022

Bank Holiday in Bangladesh 2022

Bank Holiday in Bangladesh 2022


21 February 2022MondayShahid Day and International Mother

Language Day
17 March 2022ThursdayBirthday of the Father of the Nation

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

and National Children’s Day
19 March 2022Saturday*Shab-e-Barat
26 March 2022SaturdayIndependence and National Day
14 April 2022ThursdayBengali New Year’s Day
29 April 2022FridayJumat-ul-Wida
29 April 2022Friday*Shab-e-Qadr
01 May 2022SundayMay Day
02, 03 & 04 May

Monday, Tuesday &

15 May 2022Sunday*Buddha Purnima (Boishakhi Purnima)
01 July 2022FridayBank Holiday
09, 10 & 11 July

Saturday, Sunday &

09 August 2022Tuesday*Ashura
15 August 2022MondayNational Mourning Day
18 August 2022ThursdayJanmashtami
05 October 2022WednesdayDurgapuja (Bijoya Dashami)
09 October 2022Sunday*Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi (S)
16 December 2022FridayVictory Day
25 December 2022SundayChristmas Day
31 December 2022SaturdayBank Holiday
Total = 24 Days
* Subject to the appearance of the Moon.


Major religious festivals in Bangladesh

Muslim Festivals Holidays 2022


Ramadan: Each year, corresponding with the ninth month of the lunar calendar, Muslims spend a month in daytime fasting. This observance is called Ramadan. From dawn to sunset during this month, Muslims abstain from food, liquids, smoking, and sex. This fast is an extremely important aspect of the Muslim faith: in fact, it is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.

Laylat al-Qadr: Toward the end of Ramadan, Muslims observe the “Night of Power” in commemoration of the time when the first verses of the Qur’an were revealed to Muhammad.

Eid ul-Adha: At the end of the annual pilgrimage, Muslims celebrate the “Festival of Sacrifice.” It includes a ritual sacrifice of a sheep, camel, or goat, an action meant to commemorate the trials of the Prophet Abraham.

Eid ul-Fitr: At the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate the “Festival of Fast-Breaking.” On the day of Eid, fasting is prohibited. The end of Ramadan is generally celebrated by a ceremonial fast-breaking, as well as the performance of the Eid prayer in an open, outdoor area or mosque.

Ashura: 10 Muharram The Ashura marks the anniversary of the death of Husein, the grandson of Muhammad. Celebrated mainly by Shi’ite Muslims, the date is commemorated by fasting, blood donation, and performances.

Mawlid an-Nabi: 12 Rabia’ Awal Mawlid al-Nabim, celebrated on the 12th of Rabiulawal, marks the birth of Muhammad in A.D. 570. The holy day is celebrated in different ways by different Islamic sects. Some Muslims choose to commemorate Muhammad’s birth with gift-giving and feasts, while others condemn this behavior for being idolatrous.

Isra’ & Mi’raj: 27 Rajab: Some Muslims commemorate Muhammad’s journey from Mecca to Jerusalem, followed by his ascent to heaven and return to Mecca, on the two holy nights of Isra’ and Mi’raj. They celebrate this holiday by offering prayers.


Hindu Festivals Holidays 2022





Christian Festivals Holidays 2022

Christmas Day:

Easter Sunday:


Good Friday:

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