Bank holidays March 2022: Banks to be closed for 13 days; check out important dates before visiting branch | Personal Finance News

New Delhi: Before you visit your bank branch in March 2022, you must consider the special days when most of the bank branches will be closed in the country.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has mentioned a few days when banking services will be closed in March 2022, although online banking services will continue to operate. (Read also: IT biggies TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant to ask employees to work from office again)

Banks will be closed for a total of 13 days in March – 7 as per the rest of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) calendar schedule and the remaining days are of the weekends.

However, it should be noted that the banks will NOT be closed for 13 days in every state or territory. This is the average number of days when banks in different parts of the country will be closed for holidays considered by the government. For example bank branches may be closed for Bihar Divas in Bihar but NOT closed for the same festival in Assam.

Here is a detailed list of bank holidays that fell in March 2022. Check out the list.
Holiday Description Day

Mahashivratri (Maha Vad-14): 1. March

Loss: March 3

Chapchar Kut: March 4th

Holika Dahan: March 17th

Holi / Holi 2nd Day – Dhuleti / Doljatra: 18. March

Holi / Yaosang Second Day: March 19th

Bihar Divas: March 22nd

Other than the RBIs mentioned above, banks will be closed next weekend

Thursday: March 6th

Second Saturday: March 12th

Thursday: March 13th

Thursday: March 20th

Saturday 4th: March 26th

Thursday: March 27th

The Reserve Bank of India placed its Vacations under three brackets – Vacation under the Transaction Materials Act; Vacation under Negotiated Activities Act and Real Time Gross Settlement Holiday; and Banks’ Closing of Accounts. However, it should be noted that bank holidays vary in several states as not observed by all banks. Bank holidays also depend on the celebrations observed in specific states or the announcement of specific events in those states.

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