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Market Holidays

Stock Market Holidays for the calendar year 2022.

Trading Holidays
Sr.No. Holidays Date Day
1 Republic Day 26 Jan 2022 Wednesday
2 Mahashivratri 01 Mar 2022 Tuesday
3 Holi 18 Mar 2022 Friday
4 Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti 14 Apr 2022 Thursday
5 Good Friday 15 Apr 2022 Friday
6 Ram Navami 21 Apr 2022 Wednesday
7 Eid-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Eid) 03 May 2022 Tuesday
8 Moharram 09 Aug 2022 Tuesday
9 Independence Day 15 Aug 2022 Monday
10 Ganesh Chaturthi 31 Aug 2022 Wednesday
11 Dussehra 05 Oct 2022 Wednesday
12 Diwali-Laxmi Pujan 24 Oct 2022 Monday
13 Diwali-Balipratipada 26 Oct 2022 Wednesday
14 Gurunanak Jayanti 08 Nov 2022 Tuesday

The holidays falling on Saturday / Sunday are as follows:


Sr.No. Holidays Date Day
1 New Year Day 01 Jan 2022 Saturday
2 Ram Navami 10 Apr 2022 Sunday
3 Maharashtra Day 01 May 2022 Sunday
4 Bakri Eid 10 Jul 2022 Sunday
5 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti 02 Oct 2022 Sunday
6 Christmas 25 Dec 2022 Sunday

Muhurat Trading will be held on Monday, October 24, 2022. We’ll update the timings of Muhurat Trading when the exchanges notify the time.


Market Timings


Trading on the equities segment takes place on all days of the week (except Saturdays and Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance). The market timings of the equities segment are:


Pre-open session
Order entry & modification Open: 09:00 hrs
Order entry & modification Close: 09:08 hrs*
*with random closure in last one minute. Pre-open order matching starts immediately after close of pre-open order entry.


Regular trading session
Normal / Limited Physical Market Open: 09:15 hrs
Normal / Limited Physical Market Close: 15:30 hrs


Closing Session
The Closing Session is held between 15.40 hrs and 16.00 hrs


Block Deal Session Timings:
Morning Window: This window shall operate between 08:45 AM to 09:00 AM
Afternoon Window: This window shall operate between 02:05 PM to 2:20 PM


Note:


The Exchange may, however, close the market on days other than the above schedule holidays or may open the market on days originally declared as holidays. The Exchange may also extend, advance or reduce trading hours when its deems fit and necessary.