Bank Holidays: Banks will be closed for 15 days this month, check this list before going to the branch!

New Delhi: A new month is starting from today, if you have to settle any work related to the bank or go to the bank branch in the month of July, then this is the news of your work. In July (Bank holidays in july 2021), banks will be closed for 15 days, not for 5 or 7 days, so before going to the bank, you must check the list of these holidays. The list of banking holidays is issued by RBI. In this, holidays are given according to all the states. Let us tell you on which days banks will not work in July-

In July 2021, bankers will get 9 holidays for the festival. Apart from this, 6 holidays will be on Saturday and Sunday, so there will be a total of 15 days of holidays. Let us tell you that if 9 holidays will be according to the states, then all the banks will not be closed. Only the banks of the state where there will be a holiday will not work.

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Bank will remain closed for 15 days in July (Bank holiday list in July 2021)
>> 4 July 2021 – Sunday
>> 10 July 2021 – Second Saturday
>> 11 July 2021 – Sunday
>> 12 July 2021 – Monday – Kang (Rajasthan), Rath Yatra (Bhubaneswar, Imphal,)
>> 13 July 2021 – Tuesday – Bhanu Jayanti (Martyr’s Day- Jammu and Kashmir, Bhanu Jayanti- Sikkim)
>> 14 July 2021 – Drukpa Tshechi (Gangtok)
>> 16 July 2021- Thursday – Harela Puja (Dehradun)
>> 17 July 2021 – Kharchi Puja (Agartala, Shillong)
>> 18 July 2021 – Sunday
>> 19 July 2021 – Guru Rimpoche’s Thungkar Tshechu (Gangtok)
>> 20 July 2021 – Tuesday – Eid al Adha (Nationwide)
>> 21st July 2021 – Wednesday – Bakrid (all over the country)
>> 24 July 2021 – Fourth Saturday
>> 25 July 2021 – Sunday
>> 31 July 2021- Saturday – Ker Puja (Agartala)

Banks will remain closed on Saturday and Sunday
Apart from this, banks will also remain closed on 4th July, 11th July, 18th July and 25th July due to Sunday. Apart from this, the second and fourth Saturdays are on July 10 and July 24, due to which banks will remain closed.

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Check official site of RBI
You can also visit the official website of Reserve Bank ( to see the complete list of Bank Holidays.

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