Chhattisgarh Bank Holidays 2024

Chhattisgarh has 22 bank holidays in the year 2024 excluding the second/fourth Saturday and Sundays. Below is the the month-wise 2024 bank holidays list in Chhattisgarh.

January 22, Monday, 2024
Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti
January 26, Friday, 2024
Republic Day
March 8, Friday, 2024
Maha Shivaratri
March 25, Monday, 2024
March 29, Friday, 2024
Good Friday
April 11, Thursday, 2024
Idul Fitr
April 14, Sunday, 2024
Dr Ambedkar Jayanti
April 17, Wednesday, 2024
Ram Navami
April 21, Sunday, 2024
Mahavir Jayanti
May 23, Thursday, 2024
Buddha Purnima
June 17, Monday, 2024
Bakrid / Eid al Adha
July 17, Wednesday, 2024
August 15, Thursday, 2024
Independence Day
August 19, Monday, 2024
Raksha Bandhan
August 26, Monday, 2024
September 16, Monday, 2024
Eid e Milad
October 2, Wednesday, 2024
Gandhi Jayanti
October 12, Saturday, 2024
Vijaya Dashami
October 31, Thursday, 2024
November 15, Friday, 2024
Guru Nanak Jayanti
December 18, Wednesday, 2024
Guru Ghasidas Jayanti
December 25, Wednesday, 2024
Chritmas day

FAQs on Chhattisgarh Bank Holidays 2024

Chhattisgarh has 22 bank holidays in 2024.

No. The second and fourth Saturdays are not included in the above list, as the days are by default declared holidays.

We keep updating the bank holidays on this page for Chhattisgarh. So the Chhattisgarh 2025 holidays will also be posted on this page at the end of 2024.

More About Chhattisgarh Holidays 2024

Chhatisgarh, also known as Dakshin-Kaushal, is a popular state in India. It is the ninth largest state in the nation offers natural reservoirs for iron-ore, coal, and gold mining. The place is known for exemplifying ancient monuments, rate species of animals, temples, wildlife, temples, caves, rocks and hills. One can experience can choir of nature from all around.

Let’s Go back to the History!

The discussion about Chattisgarh is seen Ramayana and Mahabharta. In the 11th century, the Rajendra Chola conquered the region of Bastar region which marks the Chola Dynasty. The capital of Chhattisgarh remained under Haihaya King for a long time. In the 4th AD, Raipur was under the King Samudragupta and form there rich culture of the city flourished. Due to rich culture, history, strategic geographical position, and prowess in architecture, the state is able to make a special place in the history. Chhattisgarh has an essential past and has been an attraction amongst the historians. The state is worth to explain. It is dotted with renowned monuments, palaces, temples, caves, paintings, and plateaus.


Chhattisgarh has a large number of tribes that add to its diversity. Till now the land has preserved the tribal culture which it has gained from the Oriya culture. The people of the state follow traditional which includes their dance, lifestyle, costumes, music, dance and food. Besides this, the state conducts cultutal festivals such as Sirpur Mahotsav, Rajim Lochan Mahotsav, Chakradhar Samaroh, and many more to make travel for convenient.

  • Language Spoken: The people of Chhattisgarh speak Hindi language along with other dialects Halbi, Bhunjia, Gondi.
  • Cultural Art: The cultural art is taken from the ancestors who have used several artifacts for the upcoming generation. The wax art of Chhattisgarh has its roots hidden in Mohenjo-Daro. These crafts are popular in India and in other parts of the world.

Though, tribals have overtaken the Chhattisgarh but its bountiful culture is noteworthy part in the Indian history. The state is an abode to the renowned temple of Maa Bamleshwari located on the hilltop in Dongargarh town. This temple is visited by lakhs of people on festivals of Dussehra and Ramnavami. It forms the essential part of the religious and cultural beliefs.

Traditional folk songs

The state has some of the renowned traditional folk songs such as Sohar and Pathoni. While the songs are sung, the artist wears traditional ornaments and dresses such as Bandha, Phuli, Patta, Choora, and other precious jewelry Whereas men wears Koundhi and Kadhah for special occasions.

Explore the Food

The food of Chhattisgarh consisted of delicacies such as Rakhia Badi, Jalebi, Petha, and many other mouth-watering food items. You can taste the tribal as well as non-tribal food items eaten by the people which includes rice, maize, Bajra, etc.

Some of the delicacies are explained below:

  • Aamat: It is a Sambar-like dish that has a regional specialty of the Bastar.
  • Faraa: Faraa is like momos. It is made with the rice flour and healthy.
  • Khurma: It is a sweet dish just like rice kheer of vermicelli kheer.
  • Kadi: It is an essential food of Chhattisgarh. Dubki Kadi is another style of kadi for people who love kadi. Here it is made with Arvi and Bhindi which is worth to try.
  • Bafuari: It is a healthy version of pakoras to be eaten with tea. It is less in calories and taste crunchy and tasty.
  • Bada: Bada is a regional specialty and is served during festivals and important ceremonies.

Other famous snacks that are must try are Bhajia, Muthia, Sabudana ki Khichdi, Chila, Hatphodva, Til Ghur

Art And HandiCrafts

Chhattisgarh also have exquisite handicrafts and art culture which is true to life. The art of the state is inspired by the tribal culture. The craft is self-explanatory and lucid. The craft is well-preserved as these days handcrafts and crafts are vanishing away. People utilize this to earn their livelihood. The art work symbolizes the stories of daily life, struggles of the ancestors and life in the forests.  

Places to Visit

Chhattisgarh has indeed beautiful and attractive places to visit. The wildlife sanctuaries, national parks, and tiger reservoirs constitute the Chhattisgarh. Here is the list in display:

  • Kanger Valley National Park: It spread around 3 Kms consisted of attractions such as Kutumsar Caves, Dandak Caves, and Tirathgarh Waterfalls.
  • Chitrakoot waterfall: It reminds you of the Niagara Falls. It consist of gushing water which will give you a wonderful experience.
  • Other waterfalls in Chhattisgarh includes Chitrakote waterfall, Tirathgarh waterfall, Mendri Ghoomar waterfall, Amridhara waterfall, Chhuri waterfall, Rajpuri waterfall, Rani dah, Tiger point waterfall, Rakasganda waterfall, Kendai waterfall, Devdhara waterfall, and Kailash Gufa waterfall.
  • Ecotourism and Adventure Sport are also available in the districts like Saroda, Raipur, Sirpur, Gangrel, Chitrakote, etc. Some of the popular adventure sports include Bungee jumping, canoeing, trekking, parasailing, rock climbing, rafting, and many more.


Chhattisgarh supports the people of different culture and linguistic background. One-third of its population is constituted from Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes. Amongst the STs, the Gond people are highly prominent.

Religion Practice

The vast majority in Chhattisgarh practice Hindu religion. However, Muslims, Buddhists, and Jains are amongst the minority. The small community of Sikhs also reside in Chhattisgarh.

Language Spoken

Hindi language and along with this other languages such as Gondi. Marathi, Urdu, Oriya, Gujarati, and Punjabi are also vastly spoken.

Living Pattern

More than half of the population in Chhattisgarh belongs to rural community. The population distribution is not even. The southern part of the state has fewer people as compared to the people in Northern part of the state. The urban population lives Raipur and Bilaspur. However, the people belonging to Public sector live in Durg and Bhilai Nagar.


The economy is dependent on the mining, agriculture, manufacturing, and energy production.  Besides this, the state has huge deposits of coal, iron-ore, minerals, dolomite, etc. The central lowland produces rice in abundant. It is also the supplier of thermal and hydroelectric generators. The manufacturing activity involves metal production in large.

List of Cities in Chhattisgarh

The following is the list of cities in Chhattisgarh-

  • Balod
  • Baloda Bazar
  • Balrampur
  • Bastar
  • Bemetara
  • Bijapur
  • Bilaspur
  • Dantewada
  • Dhamtari
  • Durg
  • Gariaband
  • Gaurela Pendra Marwahi
  • Janjgir Champa
  • Jashpur
  • Kabirdham
  • Kanker
  • Khairagarh
  • Kondagaon
  • Korba
  • Koriya
  • Mahasamund
  • Manendragarh
  • Mohla Manpur
  • Mungeli
  • Narayanpur
  • Raigarh
  • Raipur
  • Rajnandgaon
  • Sakti
  • Sarangarh Bilaigarh
  • Sukma
  • Surajpur
  • Surguja