Bank Holiday: Banks will be closed for 5 consecutive days, note down the date of the holidays now

As far as holidays are concerned, the Reserve Bank divides it on three grounds. This includes national, regional and religious holidays. Keeping these holidays in mind, customers should make plans to go to the bank and settle their work.

Aug 11, 2022 | 1:43 PM

TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Ravikant Singh


Aug 11, 2022 | 1:43 PM




There is good news for those who want to enjoy the holidays and go on a walk somewhere.  But it can become difficult for those who have to compulsorily deal with the work of their bank.  There are many things that would not have happened without going to the bank.  In such a situation, due to five consecutive days of holidays, the work can get spoiled.  Actually, the month of August is very busy in terms of holidays and the hands involved in it are many days off.  There are also many festivals in the month of August on which the work in banks will be closed.  Therefore, if you have to settle any bank work, then the date of these holidays should be noted down.

There is good news for those who want to enjoy the holidays and go on a walk somewhere. But it can become difficult for those who have to compulsorily deal with the work of their bank. There are many such works which would not have been done without going to the bank. In such a situation, due to five consecutive days of holidays, the work can get spoiled. Actually, the month of August is very busy in terms of holidays and the hands involved in it are many days off. There are also many festivals in the month of August on which the work in banks will be closed. Therefore, if you have to settle any bank work, then the date of these holidays should be noted down.

The list of bank holidays in India is issued by the Reserve Bank.  The list of holidays is issued several months in advance so that people can plan for the work related to the bank.  There was no such situation on the last occasion that the day of the holiday was not known.  As far as holidays are concerned, the Reserve Bank divides it on three grounds.  This includes national, regional and religious holidays.  Keeping these holidays in mind, customers should make plans to go to the bank and settle their work.  More work may get stuck in the future because it is constantly falling.

The list of bank holidays in India is issued by the Reserve Bank. The list of holidays is issued several months in advance so that people can plan for the work related to the bank. There was no such situation on the last occasion that the day of the holiday was not known. As far as holidays are concerned, the Reserve Bank divides it on three grounds. This includes national, regional and religious holidays. Keeping these holidays in mind, customers should make plans to go to the bank and settle their work. More work may get stuck in the future because it is constantly falling.

Now let's know about the holidays.  In many states of the country, there are simultaneous holidays on 12, 23, 14 and 15 August.  This includes the holidays of Raksha Bandhan, Patriotic Day and Independence Day.  Keep in mind that holidays are mostly regional and the dates can vary from state to state.  It is not necessary that banks will be closed in every state on the same day.  This will happen only when it is a national holiday.  For example, on the day of Independence Day, all the banks are closed and the work comes to a standstill.  Similarly, August 16 is Parsi Day, on which banks will remain closed.  Parsi Day is also called Shahenshahi.

Now let’s know about the holidays. In many states of the country, there are simultaneous holidays on 12, 23, 14 and 15 August. This includes the holidays of Raksha Bandhan, Patriotic Day and Independence Day. Keep in mind that holidays are mostly regional and the dates can vary from state to state. It is not necessary that banks will be closed in every state on the same day. This will happen only when it is a national holiday. For example, on the day of Independence Day, all the banks are closed and the work comes to a standstill. Similarly, August 16 is Parsi Day, on which banks will remain closed. Parsi Day is also called Shahenshahi.

There will be no bank holidays in all states on Parsi Day or Shahanshahi.  This day is celebrated in Maharashtra, so banks will be closed in Maharashtra on this day.  In this way, banks will be closed for 5 days simultaneously in Maharashtra.  Bank holiday will start from 12th August and will continue on 16th August on Parsi New Year.  All banks will be closed across the country on the occasion of Independence Day on 15th August.  This day is a national holiday, so there will be complete closure.  Banks in UP will have four consecutive days of holidays which will start from 12th August and will continue till 15th August.

There will be no bank holidays in all states on Parsi Day or Shahanshahi. This day is celebrated in Maharashtra, so banks will be closed in Maharashtra on this day. In this way, banks will be closed for 5 days simultaneously in Maharashtra. Bank holiday will start from 12th August and will continue on 16th August on Parsi New Year. All banks will be closed across the country on the occasion of Independence Day on 15th August. This day is a national holiday, so there will be complete closure. Banks in UP will have four consecutive days of holidays which will start from 12th August and will continue till 15th August.

According to the RBI list, Agartala on August 15, Ahmedabad on August 11, 15, 19 and 31, Aizawl on August 15, Imphal on August 13 and 15, Kanpur on August 12, 15 and 18, Kochi 15 There will be no work in banks on August 15, in Kolkata on August 15, in Gangtok on August 15 and 19.  If you look at the list of Uttar Pradesh, then 11 August is Raksha Bandhan, 13 August second Saturday, 15 August Independence Day, 19 August Janmashtami and 27 August is a bank holiday in the fourth week of Saturday.

According to the RBI list, Agartala on August 15, Ahmedabad on August 11, 15, 19 and 31, Aizawl on August 15, Imphal on August 13 and 15, Kanpur on August 12, 15 and 18, Kochi 15 There will be no work in banks on August 15, in Kolkata on August 15, in Gangtok on August 15 and 19. If you look at the list of Uttar Pradesh, then 11 August is Raksha Bandhan, 13 August second Saturday, 15 August Independence Day, 19 August Janmashtami and 27 August is a bank holiday in the fourth week of Saturday.






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