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    The complete list of bank holidays in November 2020

    Synopsis

    The bank services in India will get affected in November 2020, due to a major festival falling in the month. Therefore, there will be a couple of days banks will be shut across various states in the country.

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    Normally, banks remain closed in cities across the country on 2nd, 4th Saturday and all Sundays.
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    Most banks across the country will be closed today and tomorrow (i.e., October 30 and October 31) on account of Id-E-Milad (Milad-un-Nabi)/Friday following Eid-i-Milad-ul Nabi/ Baravafat/Lakshmi Puja and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s Birthday/ Maharishi Valmiki Jayanthi/ Kumar Purnima, respectively.

    Now, in November there will be many bank holidays due to major festivals during the month. Other than festivals, will be a few more days when banks will be shut across various states in the country. Further, banks are also remain closed in cities across the country on 2nd, 4th Saturday and all Sundays.

    • November 14, a Saturday, banks across the country will be closed due to Diwali
    • In Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and few other states, November 14 (Saturday) to November 16 (Monday) are holidays on account of Diwali Amavasaya (Laxmi Pujan)/Kali Puja/Second Saturday and Diwali (Balipratipada)/Laxmi Puja/Bhaidooj/Chitragupt Jayanti/Vikram Samvat New Year Day
    • Meghalaya November 6 (Friday) is a holiday on account of Wangala Festival.

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    2 Comments on this Story

    Naveen A22 days ago
    14,15 are already holiday dues to 2nd Saturday and Sunday and 16 is holiday in few states then how come it is many holidays in November plz don't create news out of commanality and all other govt offices will also be hoiliday on those days then y point.out only banks.
    Arvind Kumar24 days ago
    now u guys are also part of ð media team
    u r also circulating fake news
    dear banks holidays are as per NI act and holiday in Rajasthan doesn't mean holiday in haryana and vice versa plz be qualitative in your content it is not expected from u
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