Bank Holidays In September: Outside holidays this month, see the complete list here: Banks in India are closed at various national holidays. However, there are bank holidays in different states state-wise as well.
Therefore, bank holidays may vary from state to state. For example, in Punjab there is a bank holiday on the birthday of Baba Srichand, while in Kerala there is a bank holiday on Onam. Various public and private banks are also closed on the second and fourth Saturdays.
Explain that there is no holiday for nationalized banks in the month of September. However, there are many holidays in September in banks of different states. Please tell that on 2 September, Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival.
In many states, this day holiday is kept in state level banks. The states which will have Ganesh Chaturthi holiday include Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Goa and Jamshedpur.
On September 3, there is the festival of Nuakhai and during this, there will be a holiday in the banks of Odisha and Gujarat.
The festival of Muharram will be celebrated in Jharkhand and Odisha on 9 September. On September 10, Muharram holiday in Tripur, Mizoram, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Rajasthan, Jammu Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, New Delhi, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh and Kerala. Will be.
Muharram holiday will also be held in Gujarat and Kerala on 11 September. On 13 September, there is the Indrajatra festival, on which the banks will have a holiday in Sikkim and Kerala.
On September 17, due to Vishwakarma Puja, there will be a holiday for banks in Jharkhand. Similarly, on 21 September, there will be a holiday of Sri Narayana Guru Samadhi Day in UP and Kerala. At the same time, the last holiday of the month will be on September 28, when banks will leave in Karnataka and West Bengal due to Mahalaya Amavasya.
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