Trading Holidays 2017- NSE, BSE, MCX

December 6, 2016
Holidays
trading holiday calendar 2017

Howdy Traders!

Staying true to our track record of being the first to bring you news on all things trading, here’s the list of trading holidays for the calendar year 2017 as announced by the NSE. The list was made public on 5th December 2016. You can check out the official list here. But in case you’re looking for a one-page answer to all trading holidays across NSE, BSE, and MCX, Zerodha’s got your back.

Trading Holidays for NSE, BSE & MCX

Sr. No Holidays Date Day
1 Republic Day January 26, 2017  Thursday
2 Mahashivratri February 24, 2017  Friday
3 Holi March 13, 2017  Monday
4 Ram Navami April 04, 2017  Tuesday
5 Good Friday  April 14, 2017  Friday
Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti  April 14, 2017  Friday
6 Maharashtra Day  May 01, 2017  Monday
7 Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id)  June 26, 2017  Monday
8 Independence Day  August 15, 2017  Tuesday
9 Ganesh Chaturthi  August 25, 2017  Friday
10 Mahatama Gandhi Jayanti  October 02, 2017  Monday
11 Diwali-Laxmi Pujan*  October 19, 2017  Thursday
12 Diwali-Balipratipada  October 20, 2017  Friday
13 Christmas  December 25, 2017  Monday

*Muhurat Trading will be conducted on Thursday, October 19, 2017 (Diwali- Laxmi Pujan).

Timings for Muhurat Trading will be notified by the exchange subsequently.

Holidays On Saturday/Sunday

Sr. No Holidays Date Day
1 Mahavir Jayanti April 09, 2017 Sunday
2 Bakri ID September 02, 2017 Saturday
3 Dasera September 30, 2017 Saturday
4 Moharram October 01, 2017 Sunday
5 Gurunanak Jayanti November 04, 2017 Saturday

Holidays For Currency Trading And Clearing & Settlement

In addition to the NSE and BSE holidays, the following holidays were announced for Currency Trading and for Clearing & Settlement. Find out more about settlement holidays and its impact on delivery based equity trading by reading our post here.

Sr.No Holidays Date Day
1 Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti February 19, 2017 Sunday
2 Mumbai Municipal Elections February 21, 2017 Tuesday
3 Annual Bank Closing April 01, 2017 Saturday
4 Gudhi Padwa March 28, 2017 Tuesday
5 Parsi New Year August 17, 2017 Thursday
6 Id-e-Milad December 1, 2017 Thursday

Official holiday calendar for NSE. Official holiday calendar for BSE.

Holidays For Commodity Trading- MCX/NCDEX

Sr.No Holidays Date Day Morning Session Evening Session*
1 New Year’s Day 01-Jan-17 Sunday Closed Closed
2 Republic Day 26-Jan-17 Thursday Closed Closed
3 Mahashivratri 24-Feb-17 Friday Closed Open
4 Holi (2nd Day) 13-Mar-17 Monday Closed Open
5 Good Friday 14-Apr-17 Friday Closed Closed
Ambedkar Jayanti 14-Apr-17 Friday Closed Open
6 Ram Navami 04-Apr-17 Tuesday Closed Open
7 Mahavir Jayanti 09-Apr-17 Sunday Closed Open
8 Maharashtra Day 01-May-17 Monday Closed Closed
9 Buddha Poornima 10-May-17 Wednesday Closed Closed
10 Ramzan Id 26-June-17 Monday Closed Open
11 Independence Day 15-Aug-17 Tuesday Closed Closed
12 Ganesh Chaturthi 25-Aug-17 Friday Closed Open
13 Bakri Id 02-Sep-17 Saturday Closed Open
14 Gandhi Jayanti 02-Oct-17 Monday Closed Closed
15 Dassera 30-Sep-17 Saturday Closed Open
16 Moharum 01-Oct-17 Sunday Closed Open
17 Diwali – Lakshmi Puja 19-Oct-17 Thursday Closed Open**
18 Diwali – Balipratipada 20-Oct-17 Friday Closed Open
19 Guru Nanak Jayanti 04-Nov-17 Saturday Closed Open
20 Id-E-Milad 30-Nov-17 Thursday Closed Open
21 Christmas 25-Dec-17 Monday Closed Closed

Morning session – 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM Evening session – 05:00 PM to 11:30/11:55 PM

*5:00 PM to 9:00 PM/9:30 PM for Internationally linked Agricultural commodities

**Timings for Muhurat trading shall be notified by the exchange subsequently.

Hope this list helps you plan your holidays better. You can add the trading holiday list to your Google Calendar too. Just visit this link and click on the “Add Google calendar” widget on the bottom right corner of your screen.

Happy Trading!

Team Zerodha

84 comments

  1. Sunil says:

    Thank You! 🙂

  2. pradeep says:

    Thanks for keeping us updated regarding holiday list to plan accordingly

  3. Swamy says:

    thanking you

  4. Sudhir Kadam says:

    Thanks Cheryl..!!

  5. pavan says:

    Thank you…

  6. Dileep Mishra says:

    Thank you Sir !!!

  7. Bharat Chandak says:

    Hi Zerodha,
    Thank you so much for this info.
    On another note, can you please start providing “Google Calendar” for Trading holiday list ?
    That way it will be lot more convenient for trader/investors to add calendar directly to their Google account and get notified for holiday over smartphone in advance.

  8. muniraj says:

    Thank you Sir !!!
    How to order in kite chart

  9. MANISH SINGH INSAN says:

    nice and i hope always less holiday because its my business………
    so don’t fear , always enjoy……….

  10. shrivellappertrading says:

    thank u g…………………..

  11. venkatesh says:

    Thank ‘s for sharing.

  12. paresh says:

    thank you sir,
    please add 4h timeframe on kite

  13. Ashok says:

    Thanks a lot!

  14. martis says:

    Thanks for info. Happy trading.

  15. sachin patil says:

    Thanks a lot

  16. Bhupendra says:

    itne saare holidays. kyuuuuuuuuuuuu

  17. Harrjiet Chhabda says:

    Thanks …will plan according

  18. Akash Singh says:

    thank you .

  19. Dilpreet says:

    Thanks a very lot 🙂

  20. pradipta senapati says:

    thank you

  21. tips1973.com says:

    wonderful. look forward to 2017. wish all very happy new year.

  22. Udayakumar says:

    Thank you for the advanced information

  23. अनिल बड़जात्या says:

    बहुत धन्यवाद

  24. अनिल बड़जात्या says:

    Thank you

  25. Ravi C says:

    Thanks alot….. Zerodha !!!!

  26. Ravi C says:

    Hi Nithin,

    Thanks for providing trading holidays for 2017.
    I would like to know any good news from MCX… regarding options and Bracket Order 🙂

  27. Chandrashekhar joshi says:

    Thank you for useful information
    I will print it

  28. Vaibhav Gupta says:

    Thanks for sharing the information

  29. PRASENJIT DEY says:

    nse equity ka time change ho raha ha keya? 9.30 am se 10 p.m ho raha keya?

  30. VM K Gadda says:

    Thanks.

  31. Darshan says:

    Thanx for update.
    But NITHINJI disappoint with Pi performance; chart is hang or not working sometime(Specially at morning). In price bar and snapshot LTP reflect different price !?

  32. Avinash J.R. says:

    Thank U Mr.Nithin,I had written to support to add weekly,monthly,quarterly timeframe in Pi charts but it has not been added.Also is it possible to link Metatrader 4 or 5 to Pi charts instead of Amibroker?I would like Zerodha to conduct training in share markets like trading intraday,short term with top traders for a reasonable fee,i’m sure many Zerodha clients will be interested.Sharekhan, ICICI are having training classes for their clients so if you can think of something it would be good for all.

  33. Naresh says:

    Thank u so much for the valuable information….high Nithin try to down the leverage for intraday…it also required..

  34. Ganesh says:

    I mailed 6 month statement. But still not activated F&O

  35. Siddharth Chaudhari says:

    Thanks for the valuable information.

  36. Awadhesh says:

    Great fan of you Nithin and of Zerodha too.
    Thanks for the holiday list.

  37. Nitin says:

    Awesome work that you have done with just about everything.
    If it is possible for u guys to make a strong and dynamic chart software with ability to fire orders right from the chart with high quality charts even if that’s for a moderate fee. That would be great. Something like E-trade.
    I would also like u to take at trade view.
    Overall great job. Keep rocking!

  38. Thiruvenkadam says:

    Thank you for the holiday calendar.

  39. Somnath Tembekar says:

    Thanks for sharing sir. please add 4 hour timeframe.

  40. Anandan Selvaganesan says:

    Thank you Zerodha team.

  41. biswamohan says:

    thanks for holiday list shairing

  42. PHANIRAJ.H.G. says:

    Thank U for the most exhaustive work. Very useful.

  43. Janak Giri says:

    Thanx for info.please intimate me about my bank.

  44. Basavaraj says:

    Thank you for the information.

  45. Prashant Jaywantrao Gaikwad says:

    thank you

  46. Kishore says:

    Thank You

  47. Sathish surya DP says:

    Hi,,,
    Thank u …

    Regards.
    Sathish surya DP.

  48. Jayachandra T says:

    Thank u very much

  49. chandrashekar mondal says:

    thank you for the Holly day chart.

  50. Amol kumar suman says:

    Thank you sir

  51. Shyam says:

    Thanks alot for update.

  52. PR1743 says:

    is MCX open on sat/sun….like on 01-01-2017?

  53. Tushar Karmarkar says:

    Hello zerodha and Nithin sir, this not related to trading and im sorry for raising it here..
    thing is i want to go and watch BSE and NSE floor trading !
    can you please tell me can i just walk into building and go to floor or no permissions for that??
    please sir looking forward for reply on this one.. for long time i wanted to go there and i’m going to mumbai so please share the information ..

  54. Rajkumar says:

    Hi sir,
    Did you stopped the Trade express which is available at trade.zerodha.com from working?
    Because it is not opening from my chrome browser of android mobile.

  55. Rajkumar says:

    Thanks for your reply.I am already using kite from my android mobile.
    But I would like to use Trade express instead of that.
    For that purpose what should I have to do?will it work from android mobile?

  56. Om parkash singh says:

    Thanks boos

  57. dheeraj beawar says:

    thanks

  58. Suman Sen says:

    Nice I will enjoy those Friday and Monday for short trip.

  59. Ishtaling says:

    Very good to know in advance…….

  60. Siddharth Sharma says:

    Zerodha Rocks…!! So far so good….I am a new customer lets see how the trading experience goes….

  61. Bhaskar says:

    In Equities trading there is Demat account and we can transfer Shares to another broker in case One brokerage firm in financial crisis or losses. In the case of Commodity trading there is no Demat account….. I want ot trade with 10 Lakh rupees. How can you promise that my Amount that to be safe.

  62. Basil says:

    I’m not able to see the holidays in the Google Calendar. Is it just me having this issue? 🙁

    • Nikhil A says:

      Hi Basil.

      I just checked this out. The Calendar is working fine. Can you please check again and let us know if you’re still facing this issue?

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