24 October 2022 Daily Calendar – 24.10.2022 (Monday)
(297th Day of 2022 – 43rd Week of 2022)
Diwali Date in India 2022: Naraka Chaturdashi is celebrated by the Hindu community people in India. It is the second day of the five-day-long festival of Deepavali or Diwali. The Hindu literature narrates that the asura Narakasura was killed on this day by Krishna, Satyabhama, and Kali. The day is celebrated by early morning religious rituals and festivities come after.
|Diwali Date 2023||12 November, Sunday|
|Diwali Date 2024||31 October, Thursday|
|Diwali Date 2025||20 October, Monday|
|Diwali Date 2022||5 November, Friday|
Today is a Restricted Holiday on account of ‘Diwali’
Diwali Holiday Date 2022: Almost all Central, State Government offices, Post offices, Banks, BSNL offices, and Railway administrative offices are closed on account of the Diwali festival on 24th October 2022 (Monday).
Year: 2022 | Month: October | Date: 24 | Day: Monday
|Day and Date Calendar October 2022|
Tamil Daily 24 October 2022 Calendar
|Aippasi Matham 2022|
Diwali Holidays 2022 – General Holiday on account of Deepavali for Railway employees
SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
No. P[R] 332/XX
Sub: Holidays – 2022 – General Holiday on account of Deepavali
Ref: This office letter of even number dated 08.12.2021.
Attention is invited to the list of holidays for the year 2022 circulated vide this office letter cited wherein it was notified that the General holiday on account of Deepavali is on 25.10.2022 [Tuesday].
In partial modification of the list of holidays declared vide letter cited, 24.10.2022 [Monday] shall now be observed as a General Holiday on account of Deepavali in view of the new development of Amavasya falling in the night of 24 10.2022 for all the Administrative Offices of Headquarters, Secunderabad and Hyderabad Divisions and other offices situated in Secunderabad area, and 25.10.2022 (Tuesday) has been declared as ‘Restricted Holiday (RH) on account of “Govardhan Puja’.
The above changes may be notified to all the staff working under your control.
This issue is with the approval of the competent authority.
(G. Srinivasa Naik)
For Principal Chief Personnel Officer