Public Holidays in Pakistan 2022

Events and Holidays – Dates of different public holidays, national holidays, religious holidays, bank holidays, and cultural festivals are mentioned by country below. You can view information about the dates of all upcoming holidays.

Dates of Events & Holidays in Pakistan 2022

Pakistan is a diverse country having people of different ethnicities and religions. It is a country that celebrates its festivals with great passion and zeal. Events & Holidays in Pakistan 2022 are discussed on this page. However, due to the diversity of various religions, it marks only the main festivals as the Public holidays. It widely celebrates the national days, Islamic religious main event in Pakistan. Let explore the festivals in Pakistan as per Its Events & Holidays in Pakistan 2022.

Kashmir Solidarity Day - Fri, 5 Feb 2022

Pakistan on Friday officially celebrated Kashmir Solidarity Day, with rallies held across the country and a series of human hands formed in Pakistan-administered Kashmir called Azad Kashmir to pay homage to the Kashmiri martyrs. As a national holiday, the day began with special prayers in mosques for the "liberation of Kashmir". A minute of silence was observed across the country at 10 am. Local time

Pakistan Day - Tue, 23 Mar 2022

March 23 in Pakistan is a public holiday celebrated each year in Pakistan. Pakistan Day commemorates the 'Lahore Resolution' of 1940, also known as the 'Pakistan Resolution' which resulted in the formation of Pakistan.

Labour Day - Sat, 1 May 2022

Labor Day is a public holiday in Pakistan which includes meetings, marches, processions, trade union meetings, and demonstrations on organized streets. It is sometimes called May Day and occurs annually on May 1st.

Eid al-Fitr - 03–04 May 2022*

It’s a religious festival in Pakistan celebrated with great zeal. After the 29-30 fasting days, Muslims celebrate this occasion and call this day Eid. It is widely celebrated in all Muslim countries.

Eid al-Adha - 10–12 Jul 2022*

Eid-ul-Adha is the culmination of two public holidays celebrated within Islam. It honors Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail in obedience to God's command. Before Abraham could sacrifice his son, God provided a sheep to be sacrificed instead.

Independence Day of Pakistan - Sat, 14 Aug 2022

Independence Day, which is celebrated every year on August 14, is a national holiday in Pakistan. It recalls the day when Pakistan gained independence after the end of British rule in 1947 and was declared an independent state.

Ashura - 07–09 Aug 2022*

The 10th day of Muharram, Ashura is a holy day for Muslims around the world. It commemorates the sacrifice of Prophet Muhammad’s Grandson for the sake of Islam.

Prophet's Birthday - Likely 08–09 Oct 2022*

Eid Milad is celebrated as the day of birth and death of the Prophet of Islam. This day is celebrated in the month of Rabi-ul-Awal which is the third month of the Islamic lunar calendar. This day is marked with banishment ceremonies as it is also celebrated as the anniversary of the death of the Prophet.

Christmas Day - Sat, 25 Dec 2022

Christmas is an annual celebration commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, which was observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.

Quaid-e-Azam's Birthday - Sat, 25 Dec 2022

It is the birth date of the founder of Pakistan. This day is marked as an event in Pakistan and celebrated with great zeal.

User Reviews

this year Kashmir day coming on Saturday many people participate in rallies and show solidarity to the kasmiri people. India-occupied kashmirs are in real trouble from many years and we all pray for them. May Allah give us strength to support kashmiri people and give them relives from india army hardships.

  • Hassan , Rawalpindi
  • 20 Jan, 2022

this year maybe basant event will postponed due to cases but we're hopping this stiution change once weather change next month. This year we all celebrate this event in start of spring

  • Marium , Karachi
  • 20 Jan, 2022

This occasion is a public occasion in Pakistan commended yearly on February 5th, otherwise called 'Youm-e-Yakhjehti-e-Kashmir'. A day of dissent against Indian control of part of Kashmir

  • yasir , karachi
  • 12 Jan, 2022