Bank Holidays: All banks will be closed on these days in July 2023.

Banks will be closed for 8 to 12 days in July 2023. Finish all your important work. 

Banks play a very important role in our day-to-day and financial life. We know that visiting branches is a very time-consuming process. So many people are there in the branches and there are queues for each task be it Passbook printing, cash deposit, cash withdrawal, and other banking needs. 

Moreover, reaching branches in this summer heat is a tough task. So here is the complete holiday list of banks in India for you. So that, you can plan your bank visit accordingly and finish all your important tasks.

Banking holidays are of two types. One that is fixed for all banks of India. And second, are festive or important days that vary from one state to another.

Banking holiday, valid to all banks in India.

StateAll States
Sundays2, 9, 16, 23, 30 July
2nd Saturday 8th July
4th Saturday22nd July

Since 2015, both private and public sector banks remain closed on the second Saturday and fourth Saturday. On all other Saturdays, banks remain open and fully functional. 

In addition to the above mentioned holidays, we are providing a complete list of all banking holidays for July 2023, in all States of India is in the table below, for your reference. The name of states are arranged in alphabetical order for your convenience.

StateBanking Holiday
Andaman and Nicobar Islands29- Muharram.
Andhra Pradesh29- Muharram.
Bihar29- Muharram.
Chhattisgarh29- Muharram.
Delhi29- Muharram.
Himachal Pradesh29- Muharram.
Jammu and Kashmir5- Guru Hargobind Singh Ji Bday, 28- Ashoora.
Jharkhand29- Muharram.
Karnataka29- Muharram.
Madhya Pradesh29- Muharram.
Maharashtra29- Muharram.
Mizoram6- MHip Day, 29- Muharram.
Rajasthan29- Muharram.
Sikkim13- Bhanu Jayanti, 21- Drukpa.
Tamilnadu29- Muharram.
Telangana 29- Muharram.
Tripura29- Muharram.
Uttar Pradesh29- Muharram.
West Bengal 29- Muharram.

As mentioned above these are the banking holidays for July 2023. It is to be noted that the state government can announce new holidays or shift the existing holidays by way of a circular/notice and a proper announcement in the public domain. 

It is advisable to plan all your banking-related work accordingly. Kindly share this article with your friends, relatives, and colleagues too.

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