September 2021 bank holidays: banks will remain closed for 3 consecutive days from September 19 | Personal finance news


New Delhi: Banks in different parts of the country will be closed for three consecutive days starting Sunday, September 19. According to RBI’s public holiday list, banks in various parts of the country are expected to remain closed for a total of 12 days in September 2021.

Out of a total of 12 public holidays, seven public holidays are due to special occasions or festivities in this region. The other six-day holidays include weekend holidays. Out of a total of 12 public holidays, three consecutive bank holidays start from September 19.

On September 19, banks will remain closed on Sunday while they will remain closed on September 20 due to the local Indrajatra holiday. Banks will not remain closed in Gangtok until September 20, and other banks in the country will remain open on Monday.

In addition, on Tuesday September 21, banks will remain closed in Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala on the occasion of Narayana Guru Samadhi Day. Customers of banks in these states should take note of the upcoming banking holidays in September before completing their banking work.

In addition, in the coming days, there will be several more vacations coming up in various states.

Here is a list of all the public holidays coming up in September 2021.

September 19 – Sunday

September 20 – Indrajatra – (Gangtok)

September 21 – Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day – (Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram)

September 25 – Fourth Saturday

September 26 – Sunday

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