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Bank Holidays March 2023 – Banks will remain closed for 12 days, complete all the work, see the complete list of holidays

If you look at the list of bank holidays for the month of March available on the official website of the Reserve Bank of India, then in March 2023, banks will remain closed for 12 days in different states, including weekends. February month of 2023 is just about to end. In such a situation, people will have to run their work through online services during these bank holidays. However, despite the holidays in bank branches on the above days, you can do money transactions or other work through online banking and ATMs. The online services of the bank will continue to work even on holidays. Banks in India continue to work on the first and third Saturdays of the month, while the second and fourth Saturdays are bank holidays. According to the calendar of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in March 2023, private and public sector banks will remain closed for 12 days. Let us show you the complete list of bank holidays in March.

Banks may also be closed on all public holidays depending on the regional holidays of the particular state. Such regional holidays are decided by the respective state governments and are not mentioned on the official website of RBI. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has kept the holidays in three brackets. Holiday under Negotiable Instruments Act; Negotiable Instruments Act and Real-Time Gross Settlement Holiday.

Full list of bank holidays in March 2023
March 3 Chapchar Kut

March 5 Sunday

March 7 Holi / Holi (second day) / Holika Dahan / Dhulandi / Dol Jatra

March 8 Dhuleti / Doljatra / Holi / Yaosang second day

9 march holi

March 11 Second Saturday of the month

March 12 Sunday

March 19 Sunday

22 March Gudi Padwa / Ugadi Festival / Bihar Day / Sajibu Nongmapanba (Cheeraoba) / Telugu New Year Day / First Navaratri

March 25 Fourth Saturday

March 26 Sunday

30 March Shri Ram Navami

The first bank holiday starts from Chapchar Kut on 3rd March and other holidays like Gudi Padwa/Ugadi festival/Bihar Divas are falling on 22nd March. Banks in some states will observe holidays as per RBI calendar. There are four Sundays in March which are falling on 5,12,19 and 26 March. The second and fourth Saturdays are on March 11 and 25. Under the Negotiable Instruments Act, RBI has declared a holiday on 3, 7, 8, 9, 22 and 30 March. Apart from this, there are six bank holidays in March 2023 as per the RBI calendar.


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