October 2021 Bank Holidays: Check List of Non-working Banking Days

October 2021 Bank Holidays: Check List of Non-working Banking Days - Sakshi Post

October 2021 Bank Holidays: Every bank in the nation, whether domestic or foreign, private or government, cooperative or regional, would be closed on Sunday, according to Reserve Bank of India standards. Aside from that, on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, all banks are closed. Aside from that, banks are closed on other holidays. Different states have different lists of bank holidays, which are determined based on local customs.

Now, let us know when the banks will be closed in October. You will not have any difficulties as a result of this, and you will be able to complete any bank-related tasks on time. The first Saturday in October is Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti, thus banks will be closed on that day. The 2nd of October is a national holiday, and all businesses, banks, and organisations, both public and private, are closed on that day. Since it falls on a Sunday, October 3 will be a holiday.

Even on the 9th and 10th of October, banks will be closed.

Due to a public holiday in Kolkata, banks will be closed on Wednesday, October 6th. Because it is the second Saturday of the month, banks across the country will be closed on October 9. Since it is Sunday, banks will be closed on October 10th.

The festival of Dussehra will occur on October 15th.

The festival of Durga Puja falls in the second week of October. Kolkata will be closed on the 12th and 13th of October as a result of this. In both Kolkata and Chennai, banks will be closed on October 14. Banks across the country will be closed on October 15, the day of Dussehra. Since October 17 is a Sunday, banks will be closed.

Banks will be closed on October 19th and 20th.

On the 19th of October, the Prophet Mohammad's birthday, several cities' banks will be closed. On October 20, Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti, all banks in Kolkata will be closed. Banks will be closed on October 23 since it is the fourth Saturday of the month, and on October 24, which is a Sunday, banks will be closed.

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