Bank Holidays 2021 List: Download Bank Holidays PDF

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By the way, there are many government and non-government holidays every year, due to which government and private officer offices and banks are closed in all the states of the country. In this post, we are going to know about all the Bank Holidays falling in the year 2021, so that all of you should know that how many days government and non-government banks are going to be closed in the year 2021.

If you go to the bank frequently to do money transactions, then it is very important for you to be aware of the bank holidays of the year 2021. So let us now know how many Banks Holidays are there this year.

All Banks Holidays 2021

The full list of bank holidays to be held this year is given below in this post, after reading which you can find out how many bank holidays are going to be held this year. Accordingly, you can prepare the time table of your entire year.

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There are some bank holidays in the list that have passed and there are also some bank holidays which are going to fall in the month of August, September, October, Number or December, whose full list can be seen below as well as its PDF format. can also download in

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Bank Holidays in August 2021

If we talk about the month of August, then many festivals and festivals are happening in this month, so if you are thinking of going somewhere, then the month of August is the best time for you. If your bank is pending, then settle it as soon as possible, because the bank will be closed for a total of 15 days in the month of August. According to the website of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in the month of August, eight holidays have been set for banks in different states of the country. These holidays are on 13th, 16th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 23rd, 30th and 31st.

Banks Holidays List 2021

Here you can see the list of bank holidays for the whole year, and can also download Bank Holidays PDF by clicking on the link given below, it is mandatory for all banks.

1.Bank Holidays in January 2021

1 January New Year
9 January Second Saturday
15 JanuaryKanuma Panduga/Second Saturday
26 JanuaryRepublic Day

2.Bank Holidays in February

13 FebruarySecond Saturday
16 FebruaryVasant Panchami
27 FenruaryFourth Saturday

3.Bank Holidays in March

11 MarchMahashivratri
12 MarchSecond Saturday
27 March Fourth Saturday
29 March Holi

4.Bank Holiday in April

2 April good Friday
8 AprilBuddha Purnima
10 April Second
14 AprilBaisakhi and Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti
21 AprilRam Navami
24 Aprilfourth

5.Bank Holiday in May 2021

1 MayMay Day
8 May Second Saturday
12 MayEidulfitr
22 Mayfourth Saturday

6.Bank Holidays in Jun 2021

12 JuneSecond Saturday
 26 JuneFourth Saturday

7.Bank Holidays in July 2021

10 JulySecond Saturday
20 JulyBakrid / Eid Al Adha
 24 Julyfourth Saturday

8.All States Bank Holidays in August 2021

August 10Muharram
 14 augustsecond Saturday
 August 15Independence day
 22 AugustRaksha Bandhan
 August 28Fourth Saturday
 30 AugustJanmashtami

9.All Bank Holidays in September 2021

10 SeptemberGanesh Chaturthi
11 September Second Saturday
25 SeptemberFourth Saturday

10.New Bank Holidays in October 2021

2 OctoberGandhi Jayanti
9 OctoberSecond Saturday
 13 OctoberMaha Ashtami
 14 OctoberMaha Navami
 15 OctoberDussehra
 18 OctoberEidmilan
 23 OctoberFourth Saturday

11.List of Bank Holidays in November 2021

4 NovemberDiwali
 November 6Bhai Dooj
 November 13second Saturday
 Nov 15Diwali Holiday
 19 NovemberGuru Nanak Jayanti
 27 NovemberFourth Saturday

12.All Bank Holidays in December 2021

11 DecemberSecond Saturday
 25 DecemberChristmas Day

Above is given information about the holidays of all the major banks of the country, these are all the major holidays of the country, in which the banks of most of the states of the country remain closed. But there are different bank holidays according to the state.

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