Bank Closed in July: Banks will remain closed for 15 days in July, see list…

Bank Closed in July: If you have any work in the bank, then settle it as soon as possible, because the banks are going to remain closed for 15 days in July. Apart from the week, banks will remain closed during the month of July on occasions like Muharram, Guru Hargobind’s birth anniversary, Ashura and Ker Puja. According to the list of holidays of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), there are 8 state holidays, which are going to be in different states at different times.

If you have any work in the bank branch, then get it done as soon as possible, but if there is work like ATM, cash deposit, online banking and mobile banking, then you can also do it digitally from home. At the same time, the last date to change 2000 rupee notes is 30 September. If you are going to the bank to exchange or deposit Rs 2,000 notes, then before that you can see the list of holidays.

See full list here ,

  • Due to Sunday, the weekly holiday on 2nd July, there will be a holiday for banks across the country, while on 5th July, due to the birth anniversary of Guru Hargobind ji, the banks of Jammu and Srinagar zones will remain completely closed.
  • At the same time, due to MHIP Day on July 6, there will be a holiday in Mizoram and on July 8 due to the weekly holiday (due to the second Saturday) in banks across the country.
  • Banks across the country will remain closed on 9th July due to Sunday holiday, whereas on 11th July due to Ker Puja, banks in Tripura zone will remain closed.
  • July 13 is Bhanu Jayanti, so banks will remain closed in Sikkim, July 16 is a Sunday holiday, due to which banks across the country will remain closed.
  • On July 17, there will be a holiday in the banks of Meghalaya due to U Tirot Sing Day. On the other hand, banks in Sikkim zone will remain closed on July 21 due to Drukpa Tshe-zi.
  • On 22nd July, the fourth Saturday of the month of July is falling, so on this day there will be a holiday for the banks of the whole country, on 23rd July, the weekly holiday is Sunday, so the banks all over the country will remain closed.
  • Banks will remain closed in Jammu and Kashmir on July 28 due to Ashura and on July 29 due to Muharram in Uttar Pradesh, New Delhi, Bihar, Jharkhand, Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Tripura, Mizoram, Maharashtra, Karnataka, MP, Tamil Nadu, There will be a bank holiday in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Rajasthan.
  • July 30 is a Sunday, that means on this day there will be a weekly holiday for banks across the country.

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