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Bank Holiday: Banks will remain closed in these cities for 2 days from today, see the list of holidays here

New Delhi. If you also have to deal with any important work related to the bank for the coming 3 days from today, then before leaving the house, definitely check the list of holidays. Banks are going to be closed for three days from today i.e. November 21. Actually, at the end of every month, the list of banking holidays is issued by RBI. In this list, leave is given according to all the states. At the same time, RBI has released the list for the month of November. In which the banks have been kept closed for 17 days. If you know this, then you will not have to make frequent trips to the bank. So let’s know on which day the work in the bank will be closed.




Banks will remain closed in these cities for 3 days

Banks will remain closed from November 21 to November 31. If you are also thinking of doing some important work related to the bank these days, then definitely check the list of holidays. Banks in many states across the country 21 November 21 – Sunday, weekly holiday. November 22 – Many banks in Bangalore will have a holiday on Kanakadasa Jayanti. November 23 – Banks closed in Seng Kutsnem, Shillong, with November 27 being the fourth Saturday of the month and November 28 being a Sunday, banks will be closed.

In this way, you can check the list of holidays

If customers want now, they can also check the list of holidays themselves, for this they will have to visit the official website of RBI https://rbi.org.in/. Here the option of ‘Bank Holidays’ will appear, by which you can check the list of holidays.

Parvesh Maurya
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