Bank Holidays 2020: Indian banks to remain closed on these dates – Check full list

Bank Holidays 2020: Indian banks to remain closed on these dates – Check full list

Bank Holidays 2020: New Year is here and it’s time to have a fresh start. And, what could be better than planning your finances and managing your bank accounts. However, at the same time, it is also important to know on which dates banks will remain closed. This will allow you to plan important tasks in a better way. The Reserve Bank of India or RBI has released the list of bank holidays for 2019, informing customers about the days when the operations will remain closed.

The first bank holiday will be on Republic Day i.e. January 26, followed by Mahashivratri on February 21. Banks in different regions have different sets of holidays depending upon the state and what festivals are prominent in the region. For example banks in Assam are closed for Bihu while banks in Kerala don’t open on Onam.

Here is the full list of National Bank Holidays for 2020 –

Republic Day – January 26 (Sunday)

Mahashivratri – February 21 (Friday)

Holi – March 10 (Tuesday)

Ram Navmi – April 2 (Thursday)

Good Friday – April 10 (Friday)

Ambedkar Jayanti – April 14 (Tuesday)

Eid al-Fitr – May 25 (Monday)

Eid al-Adha – August 1 (Saturday)

Krishna Janmashtami – August 11 (Tuesday)

Independence Day – August 15 (Saturday)

Muharram – August 30 (Sunday)

Gandhi Jayanti – October 2 (Friday)

Dussehra – October 26 (Monday)

Eid Milad-un-Nabi – October 30 (Friday)

Diwali – November 14 (Saturday)

Guru Nanak Jayanti – November 30 (Monday)

Christmas – December 25 (Saturday)

Source:- zeebiz

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