Bank Holidays In July 2022: Banks will remain closed for 14 days in July, on this day in your state


Bank Holidays In July 2022: In the country, there is economic work worth lakhs of crores of rupees in banks on normal days but they stay on holidays. A large population of India still believes in going to the bank to get their financial work done and if many things are not done online then one has to approach the bank. However, before the new month starts, you should know that on which days are the Bank Holidays in July 2022. The month of July is about to come, so here you are being given information about bank holidays.

Reserve Bank released the list of holidays
Reserve Bank of India has released the list of holidays for July 2022. According to this, banks are going to be closed for a total of 14 days in July. However, these are not holidays of one day in the whole country and the list of these holidays is issued according to the festival celebrated in different states. Here you can know the list of different holidays falling in the coming month of July.

List of bank holidays in different states of the country in July

July 1: Kang (Rath Yatra) / Rath Yatra – Bank closed in Bhubaneswar-Imphal
July 3: Sunday (weekly holiday)
5 July: Tuesday – Prakash Diwas of Guru Hargobind Singh Ji – Jammu and Kashmir
7 July: Spending Puja – Bank closed in Agartala
9 July: Saturday (Second Saturday of the month), Eid-ul-Aza (Bakrid)
July 10: Sunday (weekly holiday)
July 11: Eid-ul-Aza – Banks closed in Jammu and Srinagar
13 July: Bhanu Jayanti- Bank closed in Gangtok
14 July: Ben Dienklam – Bank closed in Shillong
16 July: Bank closed in Harela- Dehradun
17 July: Sunday (weekly holiday)
23 July: Saturday (fourth Saturday of the month)
24 July: Sunday (weekly holiday)
31 July: Sunday (weekly holiday)

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