Bank Holidays in March: The month of March has started. This is also the last month of the financial year. In such a situation, the work related to your bank may increase this month. So if you are going to the bank then first of all check this list. Lest you go to the bank and find the lock hanging there. By the way, there are major festivals like Mahashivratri and Holi in the month of March itself. In such a situation, if you are thinking that there will be more holidays this month, it is not like that at all.
However, this month the banks are to remain closed for 11 days. It also includes 4 Sundays and two Saturdays. The banks will remain closed on March 5, March 11, March 22, March 29 and March 30. See this month’s holiday list
These days there will be a holiday in the bank
March 5: Chapchar Kut is falling on this day. On this day all banks in Aizawl (Aizawl – the capital of Mizoram) will remain closed.
March 11: March 11 is Mahashivratri on Thursday. On this day, operations in banks will be closed in many states of the country. According to the RBI list, banks will remain in 20 states of the country. That is, there will be a holiday in 20 states.
March 15: On Monday, March 15, some bank unions have announced a strike. 9 unions of banks are participating in this strike. The union has announced a 2-day strike from 15 March. This strike is against the privatization of banks. On the first of this strike, the second is on Saturday, March 13 and Sunday on March 14. In such a situation, if there is a strike, in some states, the bank may cease to function for 4 consecutive days.
March 22: This day is Bihar Day while 21 March is Sunday. In such a situation, banks will remain closed for 2 consecutive days in the state of Bihar.
29 and 30 March: Holi is a festival on Monday, March 29 and Tuesday on March 29. Banks will remain closed on this day. On its first, March 27 is the second Saturday and March 28 is Sunday. Therefore, banks will be closed for 4 consecutive days in some states of the country.
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