National Holidays in Pakistan in 2022

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When are the next National holidays in Pakistan?

Pakistan Upcoming Holidays

List of Holidays in Pakistan in 2022

Day Date Holiday Name Type Comments
Monday Bank Holiday Not A Public Holiday Banks are closed
Saturday Kashmir Solidarity Day National Holiday
Friday Holi Regional Holiday Hindu community in Sindh
Saturday Holi Holiday Regional Holiday Hindu community in Sindh
Monday Public Holiday Regional Holiday Islamabad/Rawalpindi
Tuesday Public Holiday Regional Holiday Islamabad/Rawalpindi
Wednesday Pakistan Day National Holiday
Thursday Public Holiday Regional Holiday Islamabad
Monday Death of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Regional Holiday Sindh,Azad Kashmir
Monday Ramazan Not A Public Holiday Banks are closed
Sunday Labour Day National Holiday International Workers' Day
Monday Eid ul-Fitr Holiday National Holiday
Tuesday Eid ul-Fitr National Holiday End of Ramadan
Wednesday Eid ul-Fitr Holiday National Holiday
Thursday Eid ul-Fitr Holiday National Holiday
Friday Bank Holiday Not A Public Holiday Banks are closed
Sunday Eid ul-Azha National Holiday Feast of the Sacrifice
Monday Eid ul-Azha Day 2 National Holiday
Tuesday Eid ul-Azha Day 3 National Holiday
Sunday Ashoora National Holiday 9th day of Muharram
Monday Ashoora National Holiday 10th day of Muharram
Sunday Independence Day National Holiday National Day
Sunday Urs of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Regional Holiday Sindh only. 14th Safar
Sunday Eid Milad-un-Nabi National Holiday Date to be confirmed
Monday Founding Day Regional Holiday Azad Kashmir
Sunday Quaid-e-Azam Day National Holiday
Tuesday Anniversary of Benazir Bhutto's Death Regional Holiday Sindh only, probable holiday

Notes

  • Holidays are observed on their calendar date.
  • Since 1996, Friday has been a half-working day and Sunday is the weekly holiday of the country.