Bank Holidays 2021: Complete List Of Days Bank Will Remain Closed In This New Year

If you are not aware of bank holidays in 2021, here's the complete list for you. Check it out

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Bank Holidays 2021: Complete List Of Days Bank Will Remain Closed In This New Year
This year is about to take an end and 2021 is all set to knock the doors. When a new year approaches, it brings many fresh plans and happy beginnings which directly and indirectly impact our personal and professional lives. So, it is immensely important to plan our financial aspects in the coming year. Therefore, keeping an eye on banking sectors and staying aware of bank holidays will help us plan the upcoming year well. Also, it will help to avoid last-minute harassments and delays too. 

According to the guidelines issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in 2021, banks will be shut for more than 40 days. Every month, the first and fourth Saturdays all banks will remain closed. Also, you must know that the bank holidays depend on which state the bank is residing. In India, there are various types of holidays. Be it restricted holidays or gazetted ones, these will be applicable in all the banks throughout the country. These holidays will include Republic Day, Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti certainly. Other than that, there will be festive holidays and religious ones too which  include Dussehra, Diwali, Eid, Christmas, Good Friday etc.

Take a look at the complete list of Bank Holidays in 2021:
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January

26th, Tuesday: Republic Day 

March

11th, Thursday: Maha Shivaratri/Shivaratri

29th, Monday: Holi 

April

1st, Thursday: Closing accounts 

2nd Friday: Good Friday

14th, Wednesday: Ambedkar Jayanti

25th, Sunday: Mahavir Jayanti 

May

13th, Thursday: Ramzan-Id/Id-ul-Fitr

July

20th, Tuesday: Bakr Id/Eid ul-Adha 

August

15th Sunday: Independence Day

19th Thursday: Muharram/Ashura

30th Monday: Janmashtami 

September

10th Friday: Ganesh Chaturthi 

October

2nd Saturday: Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti

15th, Friday: Dussehra  

November

4th, Thursday: Diwali 

19th Friday: Guru Nanak Jayanti 

December

25/Saturday: Christmas

Hope this will help you plan your financial aspects better in 2021. 

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