Bank Holiday in March 2024 : Banks will remain closed for 11 days in the month of March, list of holidays released

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Bank Holiday in March 2024 – A big update is coming for bank customers. Actually, the month of February is about to end and RBI i.e. Reserve Bank of India has released the list regarding bank holidays in the month of March. In such a situation, if you have any bank related work then get it done immediately. Let us know in the news below on which days the banks will remain closed –

At some point or the other, you would have to get some work from the bank, for which you would have to go to the bank yourself. However, although most of the bank related work has become online, there are still some tasks for which one has to go to the bank. In such a situation, whenever you go to the bank, you should first know whether the bank is open or closed today.

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Because there are bank holidays. In this series, the month of February is about to end and now the month of March is about to come. In such a situation, it becomes important for you to know when will be the bank holidays in March. So let us know how many bank holidays there will be in the month of March 2024. You can learn about this further…

Banks will remain closed on these days in March:-

1, 3, 8 and 9 March

Banks will remain closed in Mizoram on March 1 due to Chapchur Kut, on March 3 due to Sunday weekly holiday, banks will remain closed in the entire country.

There will be a holiday for all banks on 8th March due to Maha Shivratri/Shivratri holiday and on 9th March due to second Saturday.

There will be a holiday in banks across the country on 24th March due to Sunday, Holika Dahan is also on this day and banks across the country will remain closed on 25th March due to Holi/Dola Yatra.

From 29th to 31st March

Banks will remain closed on March 29 due to Good Friday, and due to March 30 being the fourth i.e. last Saturday of the month, there will be no work in banks across the country.

There will be a bank holiday on 31st March as it is Sunday.

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