Bank Holiday November 2023: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released the list of bank holidays for the month of November According to the list, due to several festivals and regular weekends, banks in states and union territories will be closed for a total of 15 days in the month of November. However, customers can do their work through online banking and ATM transactions during holidays. Following RBI directives, both public and private sector banks are closed on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month. Apart from regular Saturday and Sunday holidays, banks across the country will be closed on national holidays like Diwali and local festivals in November.
November 1 (Wednesday): Kannada Rajyotsav/Karva Chauth in Karnataka, Manipur, Himachal Pradesh – Banks closed.
November 5 – Sunday
November 10 (Friday): Wangala Festival – Banks closed in Meghalaya.
November 11 – Second Saturday
November 12 (Sunday): Banks will be closed due to Diwali.
November 13 (Monday): Govardhan Puja/Lakshmi Puja (Diwali)/Diwali – Banks closed in Tripura, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Manipur, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.
November 14 (Tuesday): Diwali (Bali Pratipada)/Diwali/Vikram Sawant New Year’s Day/Lakshmi Puja – Banks closed in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Sikkim.
November 15 (Wednesday): Banks closed in Vaiduj / Chitragupta Jayanti / Lakshmi Puja (Diwali) / Ningol Chakkuba / Vratridvitiya – Sikkim, Manipur, Uttar Pradesh, Bengal, Himachal Pradesh.
November 19 – Sunday
November 20 (Monday): Chhat (morning offering) – Banks closed in Bihar.
November 23 (Tuesday): Bank closures in Seng Kutsnem/Egas-Baghwal – Uttarakhand and Sikkim.
November 25 – Fourth Saturday
November 26 – Sunday
November 27 (Monday): Guru Nanak Jayanti/Karthik Purnima/Rasa Purnima – Banks closed in Tripura, Mizoram, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Chandigarh, Uttarakhand, Telangana, Rajasthan, Jammu, Uttar Pradesh, Bengal, Maharashtra, New Delhi. , Bihar, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh.
November 30 (Thursday): Kanakdasa Jayanti – Banks closed in Karnataka.