Bank holidays are about to happen, in such a situation, if you have any important work related to the bank, then find an option to deal with it, because out of the next 7 days, 5 days are going to be bank holidays. RBI has released the holiday dates. Please inform that Ram Navami, Mahavir Jayanti and Babu Jagjivan Ram Jayanti are to be celebrated in the next 7 days. In such a situation, there are going to be holidays in many states.
According to the RBI holiday calendar, from March 30 to April 5, 2023, out of a total of 7 days, there will be 5 bank holidays. During this, Ram Navami festival will be celebrated on 30 March i.e. Thursday. On this occasion, banks are going to have a holiday in more than 12 states and bank zones. After this, banks will open on 31 March.
According to RBI, on April 1, due to the work of Annual Maintenance, work related to public will not be done in banks. Apart from this, the fourth Saturday is also falling on this day, due to which the general public will not be able to get the benefit of banking operations on this day. After this, due to Sunday being on April 2, there will be a weekly holiday in banks across the country.
Banks will open on 3rd April. But after this, banks are going to have a holiday on 4th and 5th April. Because, Mahavir Jayanti is on 4th April and Babu Jagjivan Ram Jayanti will be celebrated on 5th April. Due to this, banks are going to have a holiday in some states including Telangana.
Bank closed for 5 days in next 7 days, see list
- March 30 (Thursday) – Banks will remain closed in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Chandigarh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Telangana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Shimla on Ram Navami.
- Banks will open on 31st March.
- April 1 (Saturday) – Banks remain closed on April 1 for annual maintenance.
- April 2 (Sunday) – Banks will remain closed on weekly holiday.
- Banks will open on 3rd April.
- April 4 (Tuesday) – Banks will remain closed in many states due to Mahavir Jayanti.
- April 5 (Wednesday) – Banks will remain closed in Telangana on the birthday of Babu Jagjivan Ram.