Bank Holidays August 2022: When is your bank closed in August? Read full list of bank holidays

Bank Holidays in August 2022: The first two days of the new month have already passed. The special thing is that after the start of the new month, many people will be running towards the bank to complete some work. Some people may have even made preparations to do their work on a particular day. […]
 


Bank Holidays August 2022: When is your bank closed in August?  Read full list of bank holidays

Bank Holidays in August 2022: The first two days of the new month have already passed. The special thing is that after the start of the new month, many people will be running towards the bank to complete some work. Some people may have even made preparations to do their work on a particular day. But, read this news first to avoid making your detour to the bank.

Because, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced several holidays for the banks in the month of August. These holidays are divided into three categories.

This includes the Negotiable Instruments Act, Real Time Gross Settlement Holiday and Bank of Accounts. That is, apart from national holidays, there are other holidays when banks are going to be closed.

 

When will banks finally close? (August bank holiday)
Banks will remain closed for the next days in various parts of the country.

7th August- Sunday, 8th Weekly Holiday for all Banks
August – Muharram (Ashura) Banks in Jammu and Srinagar especially on August 11 – Bank holiday on the occasion of Rakshabandhan August 12 – Rakshabandhan (Kanpur, Lucknow) August 13 – All banks are closed in the country as it is the second Saturday of the month of August 14 – Sunday weekly holiday 15 August – National holiday on Independence Day 16 August – Parsi New Year holiday 18 August – Krishna Janmashtami holiday 19 August – Some banks will remain closed on the occasion of Gopalkala 21 August – Sunday weekly holiday

27 August – 4th Saturday, Bank closed 28 August – Sunday 31 August
Non-Weekly Holidays – Bank Holidays in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi