Delhi Bank Holidays 2024

Delhi has 18 bank holidays in the year 2024 excluding the second/fourth Saturday and Sundays. Below is the the month-wise 2024 bank holidays list in Delhi.

January 26, Friday, 2024
Republic Day
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 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 25, Wednesday, 2024
Christmas Day

FAQs on Delhi Bank Holidays 2024

Delhi has 18 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 Delhi. So the Delhi 2025 holidays will also be posted on this page at the end of 2024.

More About Delhi Holidays 2024

Delhi is the capital city of India and is one the ancient cities of the world. It has innumerous cultures and has witness the human life from 5000 years. However, as a metropolitan city of the country, it has seen the new horizon from prominence to eminence after becoming capital of the nation. Delhi is known all over the world for food, history, culture and diversity. You can consider taking sightseeing of the city. From Qutub Minar to India Gate, the city has a huge number of monuments. This article will inform you all about this mesmerizing city in detail. Check the information below:

Places to Visit

Delhi is known for its rich culture and heritage all over the world. It reflects museum, monuments, landmarks and several religious places. The tourism has offered a large number of pubs, nightclubs, shops, markets, parks etc. For the history lovers, the city has a lot to offer. You can visit different corners of the city and explore the vibrant the past exclusively. Some of the famous places in Delhi are as follows:

  • Red Fort
  • Qutub Minar
  • India Gate
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Humayun Tomb
  • Lotus temple
  • Iskon Temple
  • Railway Museum
  • Doll Museum
  • National Museum

Shopping Places

Delhi is the vibrant city with millions of visitors who visit every year to watch this fascinating this city. Delhi is known for its wonderful marketplaces. If you want to buy any item from Delho, then you need not to look back as the city has latest and fashionable products. Check the list of markets popular in Delhi:

  • Sadar bazaar
  • Karol Bagh Market
  • Palika Bazaar
  • Khari Baoli
  • Connaught Place
  • Kamla Nagar Market
  • Gandhi Nagar Market

Delhi spreads around the area of 1,485 square kilometers alongside the bank of Rover Yamuna. It is one of the largest metropolitan cities in India. It is the union territory that shares its borders with states such as Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. The city consisted of 16 top universities where students from different corners of the world prefer to visit. The city has various historical places which attracts that attracts the tourists day to day.

Delhi and New Delhi

Is it true that New Delhi and Old Delhi are not same. Yes, this is true, both are different places serving the country with substantial experience. New Delhi serves the capital of the country and Delhi has become the substantial city within which the New Delhi is a territory designed by the British while shifting from Kolkatta to Delhi. New Delhi is the seat to three different arms of the Government-Legislative, Executive and the Judiciary.

Red Fort was Once White in Color

You heard it right, Red Fort was white in the beginning. As per the archaeological records, the Red Fort was made with the limestone and when the stone started withering away, the British painted it red in color in order to preserve the monument.

Largest Marketplace in Asia

Delhi is the largest marketplace in Asia. One of the well-known markets such as Khari Baori was founded in the17th Century and still holds the top position. The market offers a huge variety of spices attracting tourists from different corners of the world.

A Leading Commercial Centre

Delhi is the leading commercial centre in North India. Besides sales and manufacturing, it is growing in retail industries.

CNG Usage

The very famous CNG gas or Compressed Natural Gas is used in most of the Public transport used in the city. From all the Delhi Transport Corporation buses to rickshaws run by CNG.

Museum of Toilets-A Unique way to Express Need of Sanitation

Delhi has a unique to send the message of sanitation across the nation. By establishing Museum of Toilets known as the Sulabh international museum aims at spreading the hygiene all over the world. This museum was founded in 1992 by Dr Bindeshwar Pathak.

Bounced by 14 Gates

Delhi is surrounded by 14 gates in the past and today only four of these stands still. The Kashmere gate was founded in 1835 by Robert Smith situated in the northernmost gate of the city.

  • Next is ‘The Ajmeri gate’ established in 1644 facing Ajmer.
  • Another gate is ‘The Lahori gate’ which has main entrance in the Red Fort. 
  • ‘The Delhi gate’ also known as the ‘Dilli Darwaza’ is is another way into the Red Fort.
  • Lastly, ‘The Turkman gate’ built in 13th Century situated in Shahjahanabad.

Host of Commonwealth Games

Delhi hosted the most expensive Commonwealth Games till date in 2010 that any other country hosted yet.

Second Most Populated City in the world

Being the capital of the nation, the city holds second position in population. The population of Delhi is 3 million as per the records.

Facts of Delhi

Here is the fact and figure of Delhi:

  • Area: 1,483 sq km
  • Altitude:  293 m above sea level
  • Latitude:  28.3 degrees N
  • Longitude: 77.13degrees E
  • Rainfall:  714 mm
  • Best time to travel: October to March
  • STD Code:    011

Qutub Minar-World’s Tallest Minaret Located Here

Delhi is the home to the world’s tallest Minaret named Qutub Minar. The minaret was founded in 1200 AD by Qutub al-Din Aibak. It stand gracefully and strong from many years.

Abode to Metro Train

The Delhi Metro station is one the 13th rank in the globe with ultimate system. The yellow lines are designed for blond people and above all metro stations are user-friendly.


You can visit Mughal garden, Lodi garden, the garden of five senses, Shalimar garden, Nehru park, Buddha Jayanti park, Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary for excursion. The pilgrim places in Delhi are Akshardham Temple, Chattarpur Mandir, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, etc.

Nation’s Largest City

The city has 11 political zones which are further divided into 95 police stations.

Bird Rich Capital

Delhi is most rich city across the world. It has habitat of large number of bird species.