Bank Holiday August 2020- Complete list of Bank Holiday

Bank Holidays- In addition to the public holidays there are bank holidays as well in the country. A bank holiday is a day when banks remain closed. It shall remain closed on the below mentioned days as Bank Holiday in August 2020.

Bank Holiday in August 2020- In the month of August, there are no major public holidays except the Independence day on 15th August. On 15th August the bank will remain closed across the country.

However there are several other religious festivals, which may or may not be a bank holiday, it depending on the state in which you live. Except for the second, fourth Saturday, and all Sundays, banks will largely be working on all days.

As per the Reserve bank of India guidelines, all the banks will remain shut on public holidays while certain holidays depending on the religious festivals.

Also Check:- Complete list of Bank Holidays in September 2020

Bank Holidays in August 2020- Complete list of Bank Holiday

S. No.DateDayFestival/Holiday
1August 01SaturdayBakri Eid ( Id-Ul-Zuha)
2August 03MondayRakshabandhan
3August 11TuesdayShri Krishana Janmashtami
4August 12WednesdayShri Krishana Janmashtami– Read Here
5August 13ThursdayPatriot’s Day – Bank will remain closed in Imphal
6August 15SaturdayIndependence Day
7August 20ThursdayTithi of Srimanta Sankardeva- Bank will remain closed in Guwahati
8August 21FridayHariyali Teej
9August 22SaturdayGanesh Chaturthi
10August 29SaturdayKarma Puja/Ashura- Bank will remain closed in Jammu, Ranchi, and Shrinagar
11August 31MondayIndra Jatra- Bank will remain closed in Gangtok, Kochi, and Thiruvananthapuram

Note:- Please authenticate the dates with the holiday list issued by Reserve Bank of India.

The above bank holiday list of August 2020 also depends on the state in which you live. On a particular religious festival/holiday bank will remain closed as per the direction of the RBI.

As per the Reserve bank of India guidelines, all the banks will remain shut on public holidays (Independence Day in August 2020) while certain holidays depending on the religious festivals.

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