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Bank Holidays In July 2024: Branches Closed For 12 Days, State-Wise Holiday Schedule Available

Bank Holidays in July 2024: Banks will be closed for a total of 12 days in July due to national and regional holidays. Individuals should plan their bank visits and complete any banking tasks in July by referring to the comprehensive bank holiday list provided below. This list, issued by the central bank, includes holidays […]

Bank Holidays in July 2024
Bank Holidays in July 2024

Bank Holidays in July 2024: Banks will be closed for a total of 12 days in July due to national and regional holidays.

Individuals should plan their bank visits and complete any banking tasks in July by referring to the comprehensive bank holiday list provided below. This list, issued by the central bank, includes holidays determined by festivals, regional celebrations, and general weekend holidays.

General weekend holidays apply to all banks and branches nationwide. The list below encompasses festivals, national holidays, weekend holidays such as the second and fourth Saturdays, and all Sundays.

Here is a list comprising of the holidays in July alongwith regions and days:-

July 3 – Beh Dienkhlam; Wednesday; Shillong

July 6 – MHIP Day; Saturday; Aizawl

July 7 – Weekend holiday; Sunday; All over India

July 8 – Kang (Rathajatra); Monday; Imphal

July 9 – Drupka Tshe-zi; Tuesday; Gangtok

July 13 – Second Saturday; Saturday; All over India

July 14 – Weekend holiday; Sunday; All over India

July 16 – Harela; Tuesday; Dehradun

July 17 – Muharram/Ashoora/U Tirot Sing Day; Wednesday; Agartala, Aizawl, Belapur, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Chennai, Hyderabad – Andhra Pradesh & Telangana, Jaipur, Jammu, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, New Delhi, Patna, Raipur, Ranchi, Shillong, Shimla, Srinagar

July 21 – Weekend holiday; Sunday; All over India

July 27 – Fourth Saturday; Saturday; All over India

July 28 – Weekend holiday; Sunday; All over India

These holidays apply to the physical branches of banks, but digital banking services will continue to operate without interruption. Customers can use services like mobile banking, UPI, internet banking, and more to manage their financial tasks. Any disruptions to these services will be communicated to the public in advance.

Bank holidays are established under the State Government, Central Government, and Union Territories Act of 1881. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) publishes the annual bank holiday calendar, which all banks across India adhere to.

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