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Wednesday, 14 July 2021

Bank Holidays: If there is any necessary work related to the bank, settle it today. Banks will be closed for 6 consecutive days from tomorrow.

 Bank Holidays: If there is any necessary work related to the bank, settle it today. Banks will be closed for 6 consecutive days from tomorrow.

Bank Holidays: If there is any necessary work related to the bank, settle it today. Banks will be closed for 6 consecutive days from tomorrow.



If you are also going to do bank related work, get rid of it quickly. The bank holidays are coming in the month of July. Check this list of holidays before going to the bank. The bank will be closed for six consecutive days from tomorrow i.e. July 16. Let us say that all the states have different holidays. The list of bank holidays is announced by the RBI. Which does not cause any inconvenience to the customers.


In July 2021, bankers will get 9 holiday holidays. There will also be holidays on Saturdays and Sundays, so there are 15 days off. Let's say that if the 9 holidays are according to the states, then not all the banks will be closed in the state where there is a holiday, only the banks there will not work.


The bank will be closed for 6 days


July 16 - Harela Puja (Dehradun)

July 17 - Kharchi Puja (Agartala-Shillong)

July 18- Sunday holiday

July 19 - Thungkar Tshechu of Guru Rimpoche

20 July-il al-Adha

July 21 - Goat Eid


What days ago the banks were closed


Let me tell you that even on July 4, July 10, July 11, July 12, July 13 and July 14, banks in many states did not work.


Upcoming holidays


If we talk about the next bank holidays, since July 24 is the fourth Saturday, there will be no work in the banks. Apart from this, banks will be closed on July 25 due to Sunday. Also, there will be no operation in Agartala on Saturday, July 31 due to care puja.

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Check out RBI's official site


You can also visit the official website of the Reserve Bank (https://rbi.org.in/Scriptts/HolidayMatrixDisplay.aspx) to see the complete list of bank holidays.

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