If you want to go to the bank in August and settle some of your work, then first of all know about the Bank Holidays in August 2022 (Bank Holiday). There will be a long bank holiday, on August 9 on Muharram, and August 12 on Raksha Bandhan. August 15 on Independence Day, August 16 on Parsi New Year, August 19 on Janmashtami, and August 31 on Ganesh Chaturthi. The next long weekend for banks is in August 2022.
Bank Holidays In August 2022
How many days will banks be closed in August 2022-
- Holiday in Drukpa Shi Ji Gangtok on 1st August.
- Bank Holidays in Srinagar and Jammu on 8th August on the occasion of Muharram
- On August 9, banks will remain closed in Agartala, Ahmedabad, Aizawl, Belapur, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Imphal, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Kanpur Delhi, Patna Raipur Ranchi.
- Banks will remain closed in Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Dehradun, Jaipur, and Shimla on August 11 the day of Rakshabandhan.
- On August 12, there will be banks in Kanpur and Lucknow on Raksha Bandhan.
- Bank Holiday in Imphal on Patriots Day on 13th August
- Banks will remain closed across the country on Independence Day on August 15.
- Bank Holidays in Belapur, Mumbai, and Nagpur on 16th August on Parsi New Year’s Day.
- Bhubaneshwar, Dehradun, Kanpur, Lucknow on the day of Janmashtami on 18 August
- Bank Holiday in Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Chennai, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Jaipur, Jammu, Patna, and Raipur. Ranchi, Shillong, Shimla Shrimala on Janmashtami on 19th August
- On August 20, there will be a holiday in Hyderabad on the occasion of Shri Krishna Ashtami.
- Banks in Guwahati will remain closed on 29th August on the occasion of Shrimant Sankardev Tithi.
- Panaji, Nagpur, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bhubaneswar, Bangalore, Belapur, and Ahmedabad on Ganesh Chaturthi on 31st August
Most financial transactions, however, can be completed via mobile banking or net banking. It would be prudent to be aware of such Bank Holidays. That’s why you keep cash with you. The next long weekend for banks in India is in August 2022. On August 13, 14, and 15 (Saturday, Sunday, and Monday). On account of the second Saturday, Sunday, and Independence Day respectively.