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Bank Holidays in November 2023

November 2023 Bank Holidays: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) releases a list of bank holidays each year to let customers know when days will see a suspension of bank operations. Examine every day and occasion in November that the bank will be closed due to different national and local holidays. The entire list of bank holidays for November 2023 has been made public by the Reserve Bank of India, or RBI. There are rumors that this month banks will not be open for business for about half of the days. Apart from the second and fourth Saturdays, there exist several significant holidays and celebrations such as Diwali, Govardhan, Gurunanak Jayanti, and so on. Let’s check it out.

About November 

November, the penultimate month in the Julian and Gregorian calendar got its name from the Latin novem which means “nine”. It is a month of late spring in the Southern Hemisphere and late autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. Therefore, November in the Southern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent of May in the Northern Hemisphere and vice versa. 

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November 2023 Bank Holidays

November will see 12 bank holidays, with the exception of the second and fourth Saturdays and Sundays. On the other hand, not every bank will be closed on these holidays in every location.

Check the table below for bank holidays in November 2023 and their location:

DateDayHolidayStates
1 November 2023WednesdayKannada Rajyothsava/Kut/Karva ChauthBengaluru, Imphal & Shimla
2 November 2023ThursdayNongkrem DanceShillong
7 November 2023TuesdayGeneral Election to Mizoram Legislative Assembly 2023Aizawl
10 November 2023FridayWangala FestivalShillong
13 November 2023MondayGovardhan Pooja/Laxmi Puja (Deepawali)/ DiwaliTripura, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Manipur, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and most of the states
14 November 2023TuesdayDiwali (Bali Pratipada)/ Deepavali/ Vikram Samvant New Year Day/Laxmi PujaGujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Sikkim
15 November 2023WednesdayBhaidooj/Chitragupt Jayanti/ Laxmi Puja (Deepawali)/ Ningol Chakkouba/ BhratridwitiyaSikkim, Manipur, Uttar Pradesh, Bengal, and Himachal Pradesh
17 November 2023SaturdayMadhya Pradesh General Election 2023Bhopal
20 November 2023FridayChhath (Morning Arghya)Bihar, Jharkhand and Rajasthan
23 November 2023MondaySeng Kutsnem/Egaas-BagwaalUttarakhand and Sikkim
27 November 2023FridayGuru Nanak Jayanti/Karthika Purnima/Rahas PurnimaAll Except Gujarat, Karnatka, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, Manipal, Kerla, Goa, Patna, Meghalaya & Thiruvananthapuram
30 November 2023ThursdayKanakadasa JayanthiKarnataka

Apart from the aforementioned holidays, all Indian banks will observe a Sunday closure in addition to closing on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month in accordance with RBI guidelines.

Important Bank Holidays November 2023

Kannada Rajyothsava: Karnataka Formation Day is another name for Kannada Rajyotsava. It is observed as a public holiday on November 1st each year. This day commemorates the 1956 creation of a single state from the Kannada-speaking areas of southwest India, which were united under the States Reorganisation Act.

Karwa Chauth: Karva Chauth, Karwa Chauth, or Karaka Chaturthi is a celebration observed by Hindu women in Northern and Western India in October or November, during the Hindu lunar month of Kartika. Hindu women fast for the entire day on this day in hopes of extending their husbands’ lives and bringing them wealth and health.

Govardhan Puja:Govardhan Puja, sometimes called Annakut or Annakoot, is a Hindu holiday celebrated on the first lunar day of the light fortnight of the month of Kartika, which falls on the fourth day of Diwali. Worshippers of Govardhan Hill present a variety of vegetarian foods to Lord Krishna.

Diwali: Other Indian religions enjoy Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, in different ways. In a spiritual sense, it stands for the “victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance”.

Bhai Dooj: Hindus commemorate Bhai Tika, also known as Bhai Dooj, Bhaubeej, Bhai Phonta, or Bhratri Dwitiya, on the second lunar day of the Shukla Paksha of Kartika, the eighth month of the Shalivahana Shaka calendar or the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar. It is observed on the occasions of Holi and Diwali, also known as Tihar.

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Chatth Puja:The Indian subcontinent, more especially the Indian states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, and West Bengal, as well as the provinces of Madhesh and Lumbini in Nepal, is where the ancient Hindu festival of Chhath originated.

Kanakdasa Jayanti: Every year, the Kuruba Gowda community and the people of Karnataka as a whole celebrate Kanakadasa Jayanthi, a saint. They commemorate their great poet, composer, musician, philosopher, and saint on this day. 

Gurunanak Jayanti: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurpurab, or Guru Nanak’s Prakash Utsav, commemorates the birth of Guru Nanak, the first Sikh guru. Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism and one of the most well-known and significant Sikh gurus, is held in the highest regard by the Sikh people.

On the other hand, transactions are not a concern during holidays. All banking services and financial transactions will be available on all holidays in accordance with RBI regulations. Like any other ordinary day, customers can access IMPS, NEFT, UPI, ATM services, net banking, mobile banking, and other banking-related services.

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