Banks Will Be Closed For 15 Days In The Month Of July, Check The List Of Holidays | Check Here
Bank Holidays July 2021: Nowadays most of the bank’s work is done through app and internet banking. But there are still many such works, for which it is necessary to go to the bank. If you too have to go to the bank in the month of July for any important work, then this news is for you. Actually, in the next month i.e. 7th month of the year, in July, banks will be open only for 15 days and 15 days are holidays.
In such a situation, if you want to go to the bank, then you should check the list of holidays. Your time and money will not be wasted if you have the information in advance. According to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), there are 15 days of holidays in the banks in the month of July due to weekly holidays and different festivals. There are festivals like Rath Yatra, Bhanu Jayanti, Bakrid and Ker Puja in July. Because of this, there will be no work in the bank on the day of the festival
First holiday of July on 4th
The first bank holiday in the month of July will be on the 4th. This day is Sunday. After this, banks will be closed on 10 and 11 July due to Saturday and Sunday. The festival of Rath Yatra is on 12th July. There will be a holiday in banks on the day of Rath Yatra, one of the most important festivals of Odisha. On the other hand, banks will remain closed in Sikkim on July 13 due to Bhanu Jayanti.
There will be a holiday in the banks of Sikkim on 14th July due to Durukpa Teschi festival. Banks will remain closed in Uttarakhand on 16th July due to Rahela. On July 17, there will be a holiday in the banks of Tripura and Manipur due to the expensive worship. Banks across the country will remain closed as July 18 is a Sunday. On July 19, there will be a holiday in the banks of Sikkim on the occasion of Guru Rimpoche Thungakar.
Banks will remain closed on 20-21 due to Bakrid.
Bakrid is on 20th July. This day is a holiday in Jammu and Kashmir and Kerala. On July 21, Bakrid will be celebrated in most of the states of the country. Because of this, there will be a holiday in the banks of states like Tripura, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Assam, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, New Delhi, Goa and Jharkhand on this day. After this, banks will remain closed on 24th and 25th July due to weekly holidays. On July 31, there will be no work in the bank due to Kera Puja in Tripura.