In November, banks will remain closed on four Sundays and two Saturdays. The two major occasions that fall in this month are Diwali and Guru Nanak Jayanti.
Customers should note that the central government holidays are applicable to all banks, public as well as the private sector. However, it must be noted that the bank holidays vary in various states as well not observed by all the banking companies. Customers are advised to plan their bank-related work as per the bank holidays.
In total, banking services in India will be affected in some manner on 15 out of the 30 days in November 2020.
|November 6th||Friday||Wangala Festival||Meghalaya|
|November 14th||Saturday||Diwali Amavasya (Lakshmi Pujan) / Kali Puja||Gazetted holiday|
|November 16th||Monday||Diwali (Balipratipada) / Bhai Dooj / Vikram Samvat New Year||Many states|
|November 17th||Tuesday||Deepawali / Naingol Chakka||Local holiday|
|November 18th||Wednesday||Deepawali||Local holiday|
|November 20th||Friday||Chhath Puja||Some states|
|November 21st||Saturday||Chhath Puja||Bihar|
|November 23rd||Monday||Seng Kutsanam||Meghalaya|
|November 28th||Saturday||Fourth saturday||Nationwide|
|November 30th||Monday||Guru Nanak Jayanti / Rahasa Purnima||Gazetted holiday|
Disclaimer: All precautions have been taken to gather the most accurate information about the Bank Holiday dates for the month of November 2020. However, readers are advised to verify with their local branches to corroborate the same.