August is about to end and if you are planning to get your finances on track, then it is advised to go through the calendar first as banks will remain closed for two days in the next week.
The banking facility will not be available on August 29 in Guwahati due to the Tithi of Srimanta Sankardeva and bank branches under the regional offices of Ahmedabad, Belapur, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Nagpur, and Panaji will remain closed owing to the Ganesh Chaturthi celebration on August 31.
To avoid inconvenience, customers are asked to check the bank holidays first.
There is no need to worry as, out of six days next week, the banks will be open for four days. But the offs can cause problems for those who have to fill out their statements or get the finance work done before August, as the bank will remain open for only two days.
In September, banks will remain closed for 21 days across different states. If you are someone who has to visit a bank, check the complete list of holidays before your visit to avoid any inconvenience.
- September 4: Sunday, weekly holiday, all states
- September 6: Tuesday, Ramdev Jayanti, Rajasthan
- September 1-8: Tuesday to Thursday, Onam, Kerala
- September 8: Thursday, Thiruvonam, Kerala
- September 9: Friday, Indra Jatra, Sikkim
- September 10: Saturday, Shree Narayana Guru Jayanti, Kerala
- September 11: Sunday, weekly holiday, all states
- September 18: Sunday, weekly holiday, all states
- September 21: Wednesday, Shree Narayana Guru Samadhi, Kerala
- September 23: Friday, Heroes’ Martyrdom Day, Haryana
- September 24: Fourth Saturday, weekly holiday, all states
- September 25: Sunday, First Day of Bathukamma, Telangana
- September 26: Monday, Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti, Haryana
- September 26: Monday, Ghatasthapana, Rajasthan
- September 28: Wednesday, S Bhagat Singh Jayanti, Punjab
Notably, the online banking service will not be affected. It will work round the clock. So, bank customers are advised to link their accounts online as soon as possible.