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    Bank holidays in February, 2020

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    Here is the list of bank holidays in February.

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    Stock, currency, derivatives and commodity markets will also be closed on Mahashivratri, February 21, 2020.
    Among major festivals in February 2020, Maha Shivaratri falls on February 21 and banks in India will observe a holiday. Apart from that, some banks in select states will also observe regional holidays. They include State Days in Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram, Lui-Ngai-Ni in Manipur, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti in Maharashtra and Losar in Sikkim.


    Here is the list of the bank holidays in February, 2020.


    National
    2 February 2020
    Sunday Weekly off
    8 February 2020 Saturday Second Saturday
    9 February 2020
    Sunday Weekly off
    16 February 2020
    Sunday Weekly off
    21 February 2020 Friday Maha Shivaratri
    22 February 2020 Saturday Fourth Saturday
    23 February 2020 Sunday Weekly off


    Arunachal Pradesh
    20 February 2020 Thursday State Day

    Maharashtra
    19 February 2020
    Wednesday Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti

    Manipur
    15 February 2020 Saturday Lui-Ngai-Ni

    Mizoram
    20 February 2020 Thursday State Day

    Sikkim
    24 February 2020
    Monday Losar

    Stock, currency, derivatives and commodity markets will also be closed on Mahashivratri, February 21, 2020.
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    1 Comment on this Story

    Kimberly S. Carroll241 days ago
    This is rediculious. What kind of holiday we have.have to observe because why. Some suito holiday that we have to get effective by. Because why? Yes that's what I thought. I would have rathered want the banks to say they went on a three day strike that would have made more sence honorably I think
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