Kerala Bank Holidays 2024

Kerala has 20 bank holidays in the year 2024 excluding the second/fourth Saturday and Sundays. Below is the the month-wise 2024 bank holidays list in Kerala.

January 26, Friday, 2024
Republic Day
March 8, Friday, 2024
Maha Shivaratri
March 29, Friday, 2024
Good Friday
March 31, Sunday, 2024
Easter Sunday
April 11, Thursday, 2024
Idul Fitr
April 14, Sunday, 2024
April 14, Sunday, 2024
Dr Ambedkar Jayanti
May 1, Wednesday, 2024
May Day
June 17, Monday, 2024
Bakrid / Eid al Adha
August 15, Thursday, 2024
Independence Day
September 14, Saturday, 2024
First Onam
September 15, Sunday, 2024
September 16, Monday, 2024
Eid e Milad
September 18, Wednesday, 2024
Sree Narayana Guru Jayanti
September 21, Saturday, 2024
Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi
October 2, Wednesday, 2024
Gandhi Jayanti
October 11, Friday, 2024
Maha Navami
October 12, Saturday, 2024
Vijaya Dashami
October 31, Thursday, 2024
December 25, Wednesday, 2024
Christmas Day

FAQs on Kerala Bank Holidays 2024

Kerala has 20 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 Kerala. So the Kerala 2025 holidays will also be posted on this page at the end of 2024.

More About Kerala Holidays 2024

Amongst various states of India, Kerala is one of the most loveable and serene states. It lies in the South-East part of India and offers exotic wildlife, green hill station, spices, herbs and what not. It has Arabian sea coast along and is given the title of God’s county. This state is known for backwaters and coconut. The limit is not here, this article is full of interesting facts about Kerala which will take you the place at least once in the lifetime.

God’s Own Country

Kerala Tourism Department gave the slogan for Kerala as God’s Own Land. With the backwaters running in the state, indeed the state proffers scenic backdrop for the clicks. A horde of coconut trees and blue water is a breathtaking view of Kerala.

Clean State

As per the survey commenced by the NSSO, it is found that Kerala is one of the cleanest states in India. All villages of Kerala have banks and hospitals. It proffers necessary facilities in every corner of the state. It also offers banking facilities even to the remotest part of the state.

First State to Receive Rainfall

It is said correctly, that it is God’s own country, it gets rain early as compared to the other states of the nation. Rest of the states receive rainfall in the month of July while Kerala receive a bit earlier. Most

The State with Most Hindu Temples

Kerala follows Hinduism and has a large number of Hindu temples located here. It is the richest land with a large number of Hindi temples crafted with precious stones such as gold. One of the costliest temples is Padmanabhaswamy temple.

Best for Ayurveda

This state is known for Ayurvedic treatment for treating any kind of ailment. It is pioneer in medication and world’s first Ayurvedic resort named Somatheeram is located here. Besides medication, Ayurveda is also used for massage, beauty treatment etc. Even after the invention of the modern medicines, many people prefer to take Ayurvedic treatment for problems such as Arthritis.

State with Highest Number of Females

Kerala and Pondicheery has the largest number of females over males. According to a survey, it was found that Kerala has 1084 females over 1000 males which is quite higher as compared to other  parts of India.

Big Amount of Availability of Gold

India’s 20% of the gold is consumed by Kerala. Brides in Kerala wear gold from top to bottom.

Highest Rate of Literacy

Most of the states in India are not literate except Kerala. It is the top ranked state with highest number of Literacy rate. A district named Kottayam has a literacy rate of 97% which is an indistinctive quality of the state.

Celebrate a Huge Number of Festivals

Kerala celebrates a large number of festivals every year. It shows a wide range of celebrations amongst different religions. One can see the common worshipping sanctuary of every religion in every part of the state.

Variety of Herbs

Kerala offers a variety of spices. The spices grown here are exported to different parts of the world as well and our nation also enjoys aromatic spices. These spices have medicinal properties in them. Some of the most used spices are turmeric, Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Amalaki, Bharangi, Cinnamon, and Phyllanthus Amarus etc.

State with Almost No Corruption

Kerala experience almost no corruption in Public services. A survey showed that this state has least corruption after Himachal Pradesh. The percentage of bribery is only 2%

The Largest Rubber Production

Kerala is number 4 in Rubber plantation. The state produces 89% rubber in the nation. Around 5.00 hectares of land cultivates Rubber in a large scale.

Paradise on Earth

It is on the top list when it comes to rate the state with heaven like features. The Traveler Magazine has counted Kerala one of the ten paradises in the world. It is one of the most sought for destinations amongst the travelers.

Attained High Exposure

Kerala is most discussed in newspapers and media amongst ten different languages. 98% of the males enjoy the media exposure while 93% of the females access to the state.

Elephants get Special Treatment in Kerala

Elephants have special place in Kerala. The state animal of Kerala is also elephant. It is used on various occasions such as marriages etc.

Backwaters cover Half of the State

The backwaters of Kerala consisted of streams and turquoise. The streams and canals are beautifully woven and backwaters are consisted of lakes and lagoons that stay parallel to Arabian sea.

A Huge Number of Coconut Trees

Amongst the total land area, 7 lakh hectares of the land is covered for the cultivation of coconut trees. In fact the production of coconut trees plays an essential role in the state’s economy. The word Kera means coconut trees and alam means land. The literal meaning of the word is coconut trees.

Highest Primary Education

All the schools is Kerala are affiliated to CBSE, ICSE and NIOS. It is the first state to have attained 100% primary education through a literacy programme called Athulyam.

Spice Basket of India: Kerala is known for spices. It is also known as the spice coast of India. It has flavors of different spices originated from various cultures such as Jews, Christians, Muslims and merchants. You can experience the creamy, aromatic state by adding these spices.

First Place to have Religious Temples: Kerala is known for having first church, mosques build by Malik Deenar. Next, the Synagogue, the oldest active synagogue is located in Kochi, which is one of the seven synagogues amongst the Jewish community

First Coir Set Up Here

By supplying 55% of the white coir, the state has become first ever coir factory set up in Alleppey in 18th century.

Top Most spots to visit

Kerala has various hotspots such as including wildlife sanctuaries, national parks, Evergreen forest, Western Ghats and ecological gardens.  

Abode of India’s Highest peak

Anamudi peak of Anaimalai range is also known as the ‘Everest of South India’. It has a height of 8133 ft. It shares borders with Idukki and Ernakulam districts.

List of Cities in Kerala

The following is the list of cities in Kerala-

  • Alappuzha
  • Ernakulam
  • Idukki
  • Kannur
  • Kasaragod
  • Kollam
  • Kottayam
  • Kozhikode
  • Malappuram
  • Palakkad
  • Pathanamthitta
  • Thiruvananthapuram
  • Thrissur
  • Wayanad