Bank Holidays in September 2020: The September month does not have any major festival in its list; therefore the banks across the country will be open on all days except week offs. That means the bank will remain shut on 2nd and 4th Saturday & every Sunday only. In September, the working days of banks would be quiet more than previous weeks. Beside this, a few states will be observing bank holidays on their state’s special occassion. Do have a look on the complete list of bank holidays for September given below in the article. This list has been officially declared by the RBI and RBI have full authority to make any changes in the list. Check the Bank Holidays in September 2020 in this article.
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List of Bank Holidays in September 2020
|Date||Holiday||Day||Regional offices observing holiday|
|2 September 2020||Pang-Lhabsol/ Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi||Wednesday||Gangtok, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram|
|6 September 2020||Public holiday||Sunday||All states|
|12 September 2020||Second Saturday||Saturday||All states|
|13 September 2020||Public holiday||Sunday||All states|
|17 September 2020||Mahalaya Amavasye||Thursday||Agartala, Bengaluru, Kolkata|
|20 September 2020||Sunday||Sunday||All states|
|21 September 2020||Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day||Monday||Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram|
|26 September 2020||Fourth Saturday||Saturday||All states|
|27 September 2020||Public holiday||Sunday||All states|
Below is the snip of the bank holidays as declared by RBI for September month.
State-Wise Bank Holidays in September 2020
|Bank holidays in Assam 2020||Bank Holidays in Kerala 2020||Bank Holidays in Tripura 2020||Bank Holidays in West Bengal 2020|
Do check; State-wise bank holidays
The states that come under these regional offices as per RBI guidelines will be observing these bank holidays in September 2020. Read out the importance and states observing specific holidays in September 2020.
Pang-Lhabsol: This festival is specifically celebrated in Sikkim as they pay homage to Mountain Kanchanjunga which has been believed as a protector to their holy land.
Check all Bank holidays in Sikkim 2020
Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi: This day is celebrated in Kerala in the mark of Narayana Guru’s birthday who was a great saint and social reformer of India. In Kerala, this day is meant a public holiday for banks, schools, and offices.
Mahalaya Amavasye: Mahalaya Amavasye is also known as new moon day signifying the beginning of Durga Puja. On this day, people dedicates their gratitude to the ancestors who have contribution in our lives. It is the big festival for Assam, Tripura, and West Bengal as it is the most significant cultural event of Bengali people.
Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day: Kerala have state holiday on this day as the mark of death anniversary of Sree Narayana Guru, the social reformer and saint. Narayana Guru died on 21 September 1928, after that every year Kerala observe public holiday on this day.