Banks to remain open only two days between March 27 and April 4
Banks to remain open only two days between March 27 and April 4

If you are planning to visit the bank for some important then this news might helpful you. Between March 27 and April 4, banks will only open for two days

 As per the Reserve bank of India (RBI) bank holiday calendar, banks will be closed consecutively for three days from 27  to 29 March on account of the Second Saturday and Holi festival all over India. 

Bank branches in Patna will remain shut for four consecutive days as 30 March is also a holiday. While March 31 is not an official holiday, customers are not entertained as it's the last day of the financial year. In order to enable banks to close their yearly accounts, April 1 is also a Holiday. April 2 is not a working day either on account of Good Friday, so banks will remain shut across the country.

Upcoming March Bank Holidays: - 27 March Last Saturday - 28 March Sunday - 29 March Holi Holiday - 30 March Holiday in Patna branch - 31 March Financial Year-end

April Bank Holidays: April 1 allows banks to close their annual accounts. April 2 Good Friday, April 5 Babu Jagjivan Ram Birthday, April 13 Gudhi Padwa / Telugu New Year / Ugadi Festival, April 14 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti, Tamil New Year / Viju / Biju Festival / Cheroba / Bohag Bihu, April 15 Himachal Day / Bengali New Year / Bohag Bihu / Sarhul, April 16 Bohag Bihu, April 21 Sri Ramanavami, Garia Puja

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