Do you want to plan a holiday vacation in June 2019? Which are the bank, national and regional holidays in June 2019? Do you want to know? If yes, you are on the right page no matter which state you belong to. Holidays are important. They are the days to relax and take a break from the regular life.
The calendar of holidays in June 2019 helps you to plan the forthcoming festival, national and regional holidays. June, the sixth month of the Gregorian and Julian calendars, is the second month to have 31 days. The month consists of the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere.
List of Holidays in June 2019
The following table illustrates the Public and Regional Holidays in June 2019:
|Idul Fitr||5 June 2019||Wednesday||Observed in several states|
|Pahili Raja||14 June 2019||Friday||Observed in Odisha|
|Raj Sankrati||15 June 2019||Saturday||Observed in Odisha|
|Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti||17 June 2019||Monday||A public holiday in Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana|
|Kharchi Puja||23 June 2019||Sunday||Observed in Tripura|
|Remna Ni||30 June 2019||Sunday||Mizoram|
List of Bank Holidays in June 2019
The following table outlines bank holidays in June 2019:
|Shab-i-Qadr||1 June 2019||Saturday||Jammu and Kashmir|
|Idul Fitr||5 June 2019||Wednesday||National bank holiday|
|Maharana Pratap Jayanti||6 June 2019||Thursday||Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan|
|Idul Fitr Holiday||6 June 2019||Thursday||Telangana|
|Pahili Raja||14 June 2019||Friday||Odisha|
|Sri Guru Arjun Dev Ji’s Martyrdom Day||14 June 2019||Friday||Punjab|
|YMA Day||15 June 2019||Saturday||Mizoram|
|Raj Sankrati||15 June 2019||Saturday||Odisha|
|Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti||17 June 2019||Monday||Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Chhattisgarh|
|Remna Ni||30 June 2019||Sunday||Mizoram|
Description of June Holidays 2019
- Idul Fitr: Idul Fitr is a gazetted holiday in India. In 2019, the festival falls on 5 June, which is on Friday. Idul Fitr celebrates the end of Ramadan and signifies the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal. It is a noted festival holiday in June 2019. The festival starts on the first day of the month of Shawwal. Islamic communities will conduct communal meals and exchange Eid cards. Local, state and national government offices will remain closed. Islamic businesses and stores will remain closed or have reduced working hours.
- Raja Sankranti: In 2019, Raja Sankranti is celebrated on 15 June that falls on Saturday. It is a three-day festival. The second day signifies the starting of the solar month of Mithuna. The festival welcomes the agricultural year throughout the state of Odisha.
- Guru Arjun Dev Martyrdom Day: Every religion has its customs and traditions. Sikhism is no different. One such day that is very crucial to the Sikhs is the day when Guru Arjan Dev became a martyr. On 16 June every year, the Martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev is celebrated. The day has been marked to honor Guru Arjan Dev.
- Maharana Pratap Jayanti: In 2019, Maharana Pratap Jayanti is celebrated on 6 June that falls on Thursday. He was a Hindu Rajput King of Mewar in the state of Rajasthan. Many royal families in Rajasthan worship Maharana Pratap for his bravery.
- Sana Guru Kabir Jayanthi: The day celebrates the medieval religious poet from North India. The festival is celebrated on 17 June 2019 in Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and West Bengal.
Indian destinations to visit during June Holidays 2019
In India, the summer holidays begin in June. Colleges and schools remain closed at this time of the year. June is the best month to travel to new destinations with families and friends. During this time, the summer season will be at its peak. It is an ideal time to travel to hill stations to relax from humidity and heat. The country has many hill stations to plan a trip for a short break.
- Lakshadweep: Lakshadweep is a famous family destination with the sandy coastlines, tranquil atmosphere and abundant scenic. The destination is visited by travelers across the world. The best time to visit Lakshadweep is in between the months of May and September.
- Goa: Goa is the best destination to visit. The destination attracts tourists from all parts of the country and the world with beautiful beaches, churches and temples. It is one of the most visited tourist points in India. You should plan a trip to Goa to spend June holidays 2019.
- Manali: Manali, a valley located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, is one of the most famous hill stations in India. It attracts domestic and international tourists by blossoming apple trees and audacious snow covered roads.
- Nainital: Surrounded by the peaks of Kumaon, Nainital is a hill station. A few popular engagements around the destinations are its horse-riding, trekking and lake. It is an ideal destination to visit during holidays in June 2019.
List Of Holidays In June 2018
The following table illustrates the public and regional holidays in June 2018:
|08 June 2018||Friday||Jumat-ul-Wida|
|15 June 2018||Friday||Idul Fitr||Many states|
|15 June 2018||Friday||Raja Sankranti|
|16 June 2018||Saturday||Idul Fitr||Punjab|
|16 June 2018||Saturday||Guru Arjan Dev Martyrdom Day||Several states|
|16 June 2018||Saturday||Maharana Pratap Jayanti|
|28 June 2018||Thursday||Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti||Haryana|
Bank Holidays In June 2018
The following table outlines bank holidays in June 2018:
|11 June 2018||Monday||Shab-i-Qadr||Jammu Kashmir|
|14 June 2018||Thursday||Pahili Raja||Odisha|
|15 June 2018||Friday||YMA Day||Mizoram|
|15 June 2018||Friday||Raja Sankranti||Odisha|
|15 June 2018||Friday||Jumat-ul-Wida||Jammu Kashmir|
|15 June 2018||Friday||Idul Fitr||National holiday|
|16 June 2018||Saturday||Maharana Pratap Jayanti||Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan|
|16 June 2018||Saturday||Idul Fitr Holiday||Telangana|
|17 June 2018||Sunday||Sri Guru Arjun Dev Ji’s Martyrdom Day||Punjab|
|28 June 2018||Thursday||Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti||Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana|
|30 June 2018||Saturday||Remna Ni||Mizoram|
Note: During bank holidays in June 2018, all banks will remain closed, but ATMs shall be open.
The aforementioned dates of regional public and restricted holidays have been taken from the most authenticated and latest references. There is a possibility that the holiday dates for certain Islamic festivals and the festivals of other communities may be revised later on. We are not responsible under such circumstances.