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Bank Holiday in September 2023: Banks will remain closed for 17 days in September, see full list of holidays

Bank Holiday in September 2023: If you have planned any bank related work in September then be careful. Because banks are going to remain closed for about 17 days in September. Therefore, before any planning, do check the list of holidays.

Bank Holiday in September 2023: The month of August is almost half over. In August also more than 15 days bank holiday was fixed. Although bank holiday is region wise, it does not affect other places. Now the list of September holidays has been released. Let us tell you that like August, there will be a total of 17 days bank holiday in September. Although these holidays include the second and fourth Saturdays. Let us tell you that before planning any important work in September, it is very important to see the list of holidays. So that any upcoming trouble can be avoided.

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Banks will be closed for so many days in September

September 6: Bank holiday on Shri Krishna Janmashtami
Bank Holiday on 7th September: Janmashtami (Shravan Vd-8)/Shri Krishna Ashtami
Bank Holiday on 18th September: Varsiddhi Vinayak Vrat/Vinayak Chaturthi
Bank Holiday on 19 September: Ganesh Chaturthi
Bank Holiday on 22 September: Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day
Bank Holiday on 23rd September: Birthday of Maharaja Hari Singh
Bank Holiday on 25 September: Birth Anniversary of Srimanta Sankardeva
Bank holiday on 27 September: Milad-e-Sherif (Birthday of Prophet Muhammad)
Bank holiday on 28 September: Eid-e-Milad/Eid-e-Miladunnabi – (Birthday of Prophet Muhammad) (Bara Wafat)
Bank Holiday on 29 September: Indrajatra/Friday after Eid-e-Milad-ul-Nabi
September 3: Sunday
September 9: Second Saturday
September 10: Second Sunday
September 17: Sunday
September 23: Fourth Saturday
September 24: Sunday

Note: Bank holiday varies from state to state. There are some holidays which are applicable to the whole country. This list of holidays is from the calendar according to RBI. That’s why this holiday may not be applicable at some places. So see the holiday according to your state.

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