The Reserve Bank of India had prepared a list of bank holidays for the month of August. If you look at the complete list of bank holidays this month, you will find that banks will remain closed for many days in most parts of the country.
New Delhi: In Coronkaal where most people are working from home. At the same time, no rebate has been given in the banking sector. Along with this, there is increasing congestion in banks continuously. At the same time, the month of August has started. In the month of August this year, banks will have a total holiday of 17 days. Although these may be different for different states. If you are preparing to go to the bank for some important work, then check the holiday list once.
Banks will remain closed for the first three days
However, the month of August has started and banks remained closed in most parts of the country on the first day i.e. August 1. Tomorrow i.e. on August 3, Raksha Bandhan festival will be celebrated in the country due to which banks will remain closed in most parts of the country. Talking at the same time, August 2 is Sunday and on this day due to the weekly holiday, the work of the bank will be closed on this day in the whole country. Due to this, banks will remain closed for the first three days of August.
Sri Krishna will be closed on Janmashtami and Independence Day
This time in the month of August, the festival of Shri Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated on 11 and 12 in some parts of the country. On August 13, due to Patriot Day, there will be a holiday in banks in Imphal. At the same time, banks will remain closed on the occasion of National Independence Day on August 15 due to the national holiday. Along with this, banks will remain closed in most states of the country on the occasion of Srimanta Sankaradeva on 20 August and Haritalika Teej on 21 August. Banks will remain closed in many states of the country on Ganesh Chaturthi on 22 August.
This time due to five days Sundays in the month of August, these five days will be weekly holidays. In the month of August, there are Sundays on 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, so banks across the country will remain closed on this day. With this, on August 8, the second Saturday of the month and on August 29 is the fourth Saturday of the month. The day is a weekly holiday in banks. Therefore, banks will remain closed on this day.
Bank holidays are of two types. The first type is a state holiday and the second is a national holiday. State holidays are only state-specific, depending on which state you live in, there may or may not be bank holidays. Whereas national holidays are those on which all banks across the country are closed.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released a list of the days when banking operations will be closed across the country in August.