Bank Holidays in October 2019: No Transactions at Branches For Four Consecutive Days, Check List of Dates When Banks Will Remain Shut This Festive Month
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New Delhi, September 30: In the month of October 2019, there will be a number of bank holidays. In the last week of October, banks will remain shut for four consecutive days due to usual and festival-related holidays. Overall, transactions at bank branches across the country won't be possible for at least 10 days in the month of October. The list of bank holidays includes closure on account of Gandhi Jayanti on October 2 and Diwali festivities. List of Dry Day 2019 Dates in India: Check Complete Dry Days Calendar When Alcohol Will Not Be Available for Sale in Your City.

As mentioned above, in the first week of October, there will be a bank holiday on October 2 on account of Gandhi Jayanti. As usual, banks will remain shut on Sunday, October 6. The next bank holiday falls on October 8 on the occasion of Dussehra. Banks will remain closed on October 12 as it will be the second week of Saturday. Needless to say, no transactions will be done at bank branches on October 13 and October 20. List of Dry Days in Mumbai 2019: Check Complete Calendar With Dates When Alcohol Is Not for Sale in the City.

Bank Holiday Date Occasion
October 2 Gandhi Jayanti
October 6 Sunday
October 8 Dussehra
October 12 Second week of Saturday
October 13 Sunday
October 20 Sunday
October 26 Fourth week of Saturday
October 27 Sunday
October 28 Diwali
October 29 Bhai Duj

In the last week of the month, banks will be closed for four consecutive days from October 26 to October 29. Banks won't open on October 26, the fourth week of Saturday and October 27, Sunday. There will be bank holidays on October 28 and 29 on account of Diwali and Bhai Duj respectively. The ten bank holidays mentioned above would be observed by all banks across states. However, there will be more bank holidays in some states on account of Navami and other festivities.