Indian banks will be closed on these days

Not all public holidays are classified as Bank holidays in India. Do you want to know when your banks will be closed for business this year? Then take a look at the dates which are specially declared as bank holidays, according to the reserve Bank of India.

(Note: This list does not include Sundays and some other holidays are relevant to only those particular states and not the whole of India)



November 1
Kannada Rajyotsava
Kannada Rajyotsava is celebrated on the first of November every year. This day is observed as a holiday because all the Kannada speaking regions of South India were merged to form Karnataka on this day.
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