Banks To Remain Closed For 14 Days In July; Check Here

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New Delhi: Private and public sector banks across India will remain closed for 14 days in the month of July.

Here are the bank holidays in July:

July 1 (Ratha / Kang Yatra): Banks will be closed in Bhubaneswar and Imphal.

July 3 (Sunday): Banks across the country will be closed.

July 7 (Kharchi Puja): Banks will be closed in Agartala.

July 9 (second Saturday, Bakrid): Apart from being a second Saturday, when banks will be closed nationwide, banks in Kerala’s Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram will close due to Bakrid.

July 10 (Sunday): Banks across the country will be closed.

July 11 (Eid-ul-Adha): Banks across the country will be closed

July 13 (Bhanu Jayanti): Banks will be closed in Gangtok.

July 14 (Beh Dienkhlam): Banks will be closed in Shillong.

July 16 (Harela): Banks will be closed in Dehradun.

July 17 (Sunday): Banks across the country will be closed.

July 23 (Fourth Saturday): Banks across the country will be closed.

July 24 (Sunday): Banks across the country will be closed.

July 26 (Ker Puja): Banks will be closed in Agartala.

July 31 (Sunday): Banks across the country will be closed.

According to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), bank holidays are categorised into the following: Holiday Under Negotiable Instruments Act, Holiday Under Negotiable Instruments Act and Real-Time Gross Settlement Holiday, and Banks’ Closing of Accounts.

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