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Bank Holidays In September 2022: Banks Will Be Closed For 13 Days In Sep, Check Full List Of Holidays Here

According to the Reserve Bank of India’s calendar, there was a total of 18 days of holiday in the country’s banks in the month of August. These holidays included holidays on the second and fourth Saturdays of the week in addition to the weekly Sundays. According to the RBI calendar, the month of September is also full of bank holidays. Talking about the bank branches of different states of the country, there will be a total of 13 days bank holiday in the month of September. In the month of September, festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and Navratri are falling, due to which banks will be closed for many days in states like Maharashtra, Bihar, Bengal and Odisha. If we include the holidays of the second and fourth Saturdays and Sundays of the week, then the list of holidays will become longer. In such a situation, if you want to settle your work by visiting the bank branch, then leave the house only after checking the list of bank holidays.

Online banking services will not be affected by these holidays

Bank holidays are decided on the basis of local festivals in different states of the country. In this way, banks will remain closed for 13 days in the month of September, but this closure will not have any effect on the online services of the banks. Even though the branch will remain closed, the work will continue through online services.

bank holidays for the month of september

September 1 – Ganesh Chaturthi

September 4th – Sunday

September 6 – Karma Puja, Jharkhand

September 7 and 8 – Onam (Thiruvananthapuram-Kochi)

9 September – Indrajata (Gangtok)

September 10 – Sri Naravane Guru Jayanti (Thiruvananthapuram-Kochi)

September 11 – Sunday

18 September – Sunday

September 21 – Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day (Thiruvananthapuram-Kochi)

September 24 – Fourth Saturday

September 25 – Sunday

26 September – Navratri

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