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  • Banks will not operate for four days in November due to regional holidays
  • Online banking and UPI will be available to customers even when the banks are closed on holidays

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Bank holidays vary from region to region depending upon the festival being observed there or notification of specific occasions in those states

Bank Holidays November 2022 : As the second-last month of the year kicks in, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) lists out bank holidays of the month.

According to the list, Banks will remain closed for 10 days in November across many states in the country.

While bank holidays vary from region to region depending upon the festival being observed there or notification of specific occasions in those states, banks will not operate for four days in November due to regional holidays.

These include Guru Nanak Jayanti, Kannada rajyotsava, Seng Kutsnem and Kanakadasa Jayanthi/Wangala Festival. Bank services will get affected in the local branches in the respective states due to these festivals.

It is advised to plan your bank-related work to avoid any inconvenience.

Here is the list of Bank Holidays in November:

1. 1st November : Kannada Rajyotsava (Holiday in Bengaluru and Manipur)
2. 6th November: Sunday
3. 8th November: Guru Nanak Jayanthi & Karthik Jayanthi (Except the cities Ahmadabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Guwahati, Imphal, Cochin, Bajaji, Shilling, Patna, Agartala, Gangtok, and Thiruvananthapuram)
4. 11th November: Kanakathara Jayanthi, (Holiday in Bengaluru and Shillong)
5. 12th November: 2nd Saturday
6. 13th November: Sunday
7. 20th November: Sunday
8. 23rd November: Cheng Gudsnem (Banks will close in Shillong only)
9. 26th November: 4th Saturday
10. 27th November: Sunday

However, it must be noted that facilities like online banking and UPI will be available to customers even when the banks are closed on holidays.

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