Banks Remain Shut For A Week Between March 27 To April 4 - Viral Bake

Bank Holidays March 27 to April 4: Banks remain shut for a week except March 30 and April 3 in India.  

People who have planned to visit banks between 27th March to 4th April may either pre-pone or post-pone their plan as the banks remain shut for a week. However, the banks will operate on March 30th and April 3rd.

Source: Odisha TV

As per the bank holiday details taken from the Reserve Bank of India website, it is advised to customers that both the private well as public banks will inoperative on March 29 on account of the Holi festival. The bank services will remain closed on 31 March due to the closing day of the financial year.


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April 1 is the closing day on which bank’s employee works but branches will be inaccessible and thus no normal operations can be done.

Detailed List of Banking Holidays Between March 27 – April 4

Here is the list of all banking holidays along with the reasons held from March 27 to April 4.

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  • March 27, 2021: Fourth Saturday
  • March 28, 2021: Sunday
  • March 29, 2021: Holi
  • March 30, 2021: In Patna, banks will remain closed due to the Holi festival. Banks will be open at other places
  • March 31, 2021: Last day of fiscal year
  • April 1, 2021: Bank closing of accounts
  • April 2, 2021: Good Friday
  • April 4, 2021: Sunday

In Patna, banks will remain close on March 30 because banks in Patna get a two-day Holi break, as per the RBI calendar. The banks in other regions will be in function.

During these days, the bank will only operate on March 30th and April 4th. Hence, plan your banking tasks accordingly.


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