The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) previously published a list of holidays as well as every calendar month. According to the bank’s holiday RBI list, September originally had a total of 12 holidays. The counts are broadly divided into two categories. One is the leaves on weekends, such as the second and fourth Saturdays, and Sundays. The other, of course, is the RBI holiday, which is officially required by lenders nationwide. Just outside the gate, there were about six days of weekend leaves given to the bank this month. Meanwhile, the number of holidays listed on the RBI was approaching a seven-day vacation. The total was 12 days because the second Saturday of the month overlapped with one of the RBI’s mandatory leaves.
The list of RBI holidays is divided into state holidays, religious holidays, and festive holidays. Given the official classification established by the RBI, the list of holidays is included within the parentheses of “Holidays under the Negotiable Merchandise Act”. Other categories on the RBI list are “Negotiable Commodity Law Holidays and Real Time Gross Settlement Holidays” and “Bank Closing”. The other two categories do not apply to next month’s bank holidays.
The holiday issued by RBI was scheduled to officially begin on September 8, 2021. However, taking into account weekend holidays, the first holiday of the Indian banking month fell on the first September 5th. Sunday of the month. For that day, banks all over India had off, as standard. As the months progress, the number of holidays decreases significantly as you move in and out, leaving all but five bank holidays for the rest of the month. What’s left in the last week of September is two RBI mandated holidays and three weekend holidays.
The remaining RBI mandated leaves are Srinarayanagursamadi, a vacation for lenders of Indrajatra, a bank holiday in Gangtok on September 20, and Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram on September 21. It’s day. For weekend leaves, September 19th (Sunday), September 25th (4th Saturday), September 26th (Sunday).
In that regard, note that the leaves on the RBI list are not inherently uniform and at the same time do not apply to all banks throughout India. It all depends on which state is assigned a particular date as a celebration day. No other city in any other state takes a day off on that particular day.
This month was one of the most widely celebrated and holidays for the majority of banks, so there was one important holiday. On September 10th, Ganesh Chaturti / Samvazzari (Chaturti Paksha) / Vinaya Karchaturti / Barasidi Vinaya Kavrata will be celebrated in a total of nine cities in various states. Banks rest for this vacation in Ahmedabad, Bellapur, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Nagpur and Panaji.
The next day was the second day of Ganesh Chaturti, but according to the RBI it only applied to banks in Panaji. Therefore, remembering these dates for the month is also useful as a bank patron. Plan your next bank trip carefully so that you can meet your bank’s needs smoothly.
Following the RBI mandate, here is the complete list of holidays for September 2021: (Counting after September 18th)
1) September 19-Sunday
2) September 20 – Indrajatra – (Gantok)
3) September 21-Srinarayana Guru Samadhi Day- (Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram)
4) September 25th – 4th Saturday
5) September 26-Sunday
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