June Bank Holidays 2023

We have compiled a list of bank holidays that fall in the month of June 2023. Knowing the date of the holidays will enable you to plan your leaves as well as the trip well in advance. Read on to find out more about the holidays.

DateDayHoliday States
02 JuneFridayTelangana Formation DayTelangana
4 JuneSundaySant Guru Kabir JayantiChandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab
14 JuneWednesday
 Pahili RajaObserved in Odisha
15 June
ThursdayYMA Day
15 JuneThursday
Raja Sankranti Day
04 JuneSunday
Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti
Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana
30 JuneFridayRemna Ni
29 JuneThursdayBakrid/Eid al AdhaNational holiday except for some states

Description of June Holiday list 2023

Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti: The festival commemorates the birthday of Sant Kabir, a mystic poet, and saint. The day is celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month Jyestha.

YMA Day: This day is celebrated to mark the establishment of the Young Mizo Association (YMA). It is the largest non-profit, secular, and non-governmental organization of the Mizo people. On the occasion, various social activities like planting saplings, cleaning villages, constructing houses for the poor, etc. are carried out in the state of Mizoram.

Raja Sankranti: The day is observed on the first day of the month of Asara. It welcomes the agricultural year in the state. All agricultural operations are stopped for a period of three days due to the festival.

Ratha Yatra: Ratha Yatra, a Hindu festival is celebrated on the second day in the bright fortnight of Ashadha month. The festival commemorates Lord Jagannath’s visit to Gundhicha temple via Mausi Maa temple. As part of the festival, the deities of Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra are taken out in a procession on three decorated chariots, which are pulled through the streets by hundreds of devotees.

Remna Ni: Remna Ni commemorates the signing of the historic peace accord between the Mizo National Front and the central government. The signing of the accord brought an end to the 20-year insurgency in the state.