Bank Holiday OCtober: Apart from festivals, the banking holidays falling in the remaining 10 days of the month of October also include weekly holidays. Banks will remain closed on 22nd October, 28th October and 29th October due to Sunday and fourth Saturday.
The month of October is about to end and only 10 days are left in it. In such a situation, if you have any important work related to the bank in these 10 days, then this news is special for you. Actually, the festive season has started in the country and due to this there are a lot of holidays. In such a situation, there are bumper holidays in these remaining days of the month, according to the RBI list, banks will remain closed on 9 out of ten days. Therefore, it would be good that you check the Bank Holiday List once before leaving home for the bank branch.
These big festivals are falling in 10 days
If we talk about the festivals falling in the remaining days of the month of October, then let us tell you that they have started from 21st October itself with Durga Puja. In the coming days, holidays have been declared in banks due to Dussehra and other festivals. However, these banking holidays may vary depending on the events and festivals occurring in different states. In such a situation, if you have to go to the bank branch to complete any important work, then definitely note down these bank holiday dates, otherwise you reach the bank from home and find it locked.
Check list on RBI website
Apart from festivals, the banking holidays falling in the 10 days of October also include weekly holidays. Banks will remain closed on 22nd October, 28th October and 29th October due to Sunday and fourth Saturday. You can see the list issued by RBI through your mobile or computer by clicking on (https://rbi.org.in/Scripts/HolidayMatrixDisplay.aspx).
Bank holiday in 10 days of October
|22 October||Sunday||Weekly holiday||All places|
|23 October||Monday||Dussehra/Vijayadashami/Durga Puja||Agartala, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kanpur, Kochi, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi, Shillong, Thiruvananthapuram|
|24 October||Tuesday||Dussehra/Durga Puja||All places except Hyderabad and Imphal|
|25 October||Wednesday||Durga Puja||Gangtok|
|26 October||Thursday||Durga Puja||Gangtok, Jammu, Srinagar|
|27 October||Friday||Durga Puja||Gangtok|
|28 October||Saturday||Weekly holiday/Lakshmi Puja||All places, including Kolkata|
|29 October||Sunday||Weekly holiday||All places|
|31 October||Tuesday||Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s birth anniversary||Ahmedabad|
Complete banking work at home like this
Banking holidays also depend on the festivals celebrated in different states or other events taking place in those states. That means they differ in states and cities. However, despite bank branches remaining closed, you can do banking related work online from the comfort of your home. This facility is always operational 24×7. You can easily complete tasks like online transactions.