To facilitate your bank related activities, we share with you the dates when the banks would be closed during the month of September so that you can carry out your undertakings by planning well in advance.
We have included bank holidays from different states and Union Territories of India.
Bank Holidays in India during September 2019:
2 September, Monday: Ganesh Chaturthi (Puducherry, Odisha, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Telangana, Gujarat, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu)
3 September, Tuesday: Nuakhai Observed (Odisha)
3 September, Tuesday: Ganesh Chaturthi (Goa)
7 September, Saturday: Baba Sri Chand Ji Jayanti (Punjab)
8 September, Sunday: Ramdev Jayanti (Rajasthan)
8 September, Sunday: Teja Dashmi (Rajasthan)
10 September, Tuesday: Onam (Kerala)
10 September, Tuesday: Muharram (All except for Uttarakhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim, Punjab, Daman and Diu, Kerala, Nagaland, Puducherry, Tripura) Banks in West Bengal will remain closed on 10 September 2019 on account of Muharram
11 September, Wednesday: Thiruvonam (Kerala)
12 September, Thursday: Indra Jatra (Sikkim)
13 September, Friday: Sree Narayana Guru Jayanti (Kerala)
21 September, Saturday: Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi (Kerala)
23 September, Monday: Heroes’ Martyrdom Day (Haryana)
28 September, Saturday: Bhagat Singh Birthday (Punjab)
28 September, Saturday: Mahalaya (West Bengal, Tripura, Odisha, Karnataka)
28 September, Saturday: First Day of Bathukamma (Telangana)
In addition to all these bank holidays, banks will like every year also remain shut on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month. In the case of a month with five Saturdays, the fifth Saturday will be a working day.
September 2019 has four Saturdays falling on 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th. Out of these dates, banks will be closed on 14th and 28th September 2019.
Disclaimer: All precautions have been taken to gather the most accurate information about the Bank Holiday dates for the months of October and November 2018. However, readers are advised to verify with their local branches to corroborate the same.