September Month Bank Holidays: During the corona epidemic, everything like payment and transactions has gone digital. Due to this most of the work of the people is being done online. Similarly, while some banking tasks are done online. There is a need to go in person to the bank to complete some important work.
Before going to the bank it is very important to know about the days and times the bank is operating. Because there are so many festivals coming up in September. The thing to note is that not all festivals are celebrated in all states. The holiday is different for each state.
In that sense, this month comes the festivals of Srimanth Sankardev Didi, Karma Puja, Indirayatra, and Narayana Guru Samadhi Day. The Reserve Bank of India considers this a compulsory holiday. Therefore, the holiday will be given only to certain states that celebrate this festival.
As well as the Ganesha Chaturthi festival coming up this month that one day will be declared as a public holiday across the country. In that sense, banks do not operate for a total of 12 days in September. A total of 6 days are weekends. That is, banks are closed for those 6 days because September 5, 11, 12, 19, 25, and 26 are weekends. When are the remaining holidays? We will see in detail which states it applies to as follows.
September Month Bank Holidays
8th September: Banks closed in Guwahati due to the Srimanth Sankardev festival.
September 9: Harithalika Teej Festival. It is celebrated in Gangtok. So the banks in the area will be closed on that day.
10th September: Today will be a holiday for all banks as Ganesha Chaturthi is celebrated all over the country.
11th September: Holidays can be offered in many places as it is the second day of the Ganesha Chaturthi festival.
17th September: Banks operating in Ranchi state will be given a holiday as Karmal Puja is celebrated on that day.
20th September: Banks in the Gangtok region have set to see another holiday as the ‘Indira Yatra’ festival approaches.
21st September: Bank holidays in Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram on the occasion of Sri Narayana Guru Samadhi.