Banks in the country will have many holidays this year. Bank holidays also depend on the state in which its branch is located. Some holidays are only state wise while some are of national level.
Officially only 26 January, 15 August and 2 October are considered as National Holidays. Banks remain closed all over the country on this day. Apart from this, banks remain closed in most parts of the country on Holi, Diwali, Raksha Bandhan etc. Apart from this, Good Friday, Nanak Jayanti, Eid and Christmas are bank holidays in most of the states and union territories.
Banks are closed on the second and fourth Saturday of every month in India. Also, every Sunday is also a bank holiday. If there are 5 Saturdays in a week, then banks will open on the fifth Saturday. There are many bank holidays in different states of the country in 12 months. We will keep you informed about the bank holidays for that month at the beginning of every month. In this article, you are being given information about bank holidays in January.
- Bank holidays in January Banks will remain closed on January 1 i.e. today due to New Year and Sunday.
- Banks will remain closed on 2nd due to new year in Aizawl.
- Banks in Imphal will be closed on January 3 due to Imoinu Erupta.
- Banks will remain closed in Imphal again on 4th January.
- Bank holiday on Sunday 8th January.
- Banks closed in Kolkata on January 12, the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.
- Second Saturday on 14th January.
- Sunday 15th January.
- Banks in Chennai will remain closed on January 16 on account of Thiruvalluvar Day.
- Bank closed in Chennai on 17th January at Uzhuvar Thirunal.
- Sunday 22nd January.
- Bank closed in Kolkata on 23 January on the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
- Bank closed across the country on 26 January
- January 28 Fourth Saturday.
- 29 January Sunday.
If seen, banks across the country will remain closed for only 6 days next month. 5 of these holidays are on Saturday and Sunday, while one is on National Holiday. All other holidays are state level. That is, they will not have any effect on banks across the country.