Bank Holidays January 2022: Only a few days remain until the start of the new year. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced a set of bank holidays for January 2022, the first month of next year. For anyone who has to deal with bank business in January, then it’s best to check the list of Bank Holidays. A 16-day bank holiday is scheduled for January 2022. If this is the case, you must check with your state’s banks to see if they are open or closed before going to the bank.
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The total number of bank holidays in January 2022 is 16 out of which 7 are weekend holidays. Many holidays will also fall in these continuously. There will be no bank closures across the country for 16 days. According to the official website of the RBI, these are official bank holidays. The following holidays may not be observed by every state.
January 2022 bank holidays
When will the banks be closed in January 2022 in which states? You should handle your banking work in advance of the holidays next month so that you can avoid unnecessary troubles. There will be no bank closures for 16 days across the country. There are different holidays in different states according to the official RBI website.
1 January: New Year’s Day (to be celebrated nationwide)
4 January: Losung (Sikkim)
11 January: Missionary Day (Mizoram)
12 January: Birthday of Swami Vivekananda
14 January: Makar Sankranti/Pongal (celebrated in many states)
15 January: The Uttarayan Punyakala Makar Sankranti Festival/Maghe Sankranti/Sankranti/Pongal/Thiruvalluvar Day takes place (Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu)
18th of January: Thai Poosam (Chennai)
26 January: Republic Day (celebrated throughout the country)
31 January: Mee-Dam-Me-Phi (Assam)
Even this weekend, banks will remain closed
2 January: Sunday
8 January: Second Saturday of January
9 January: Sunday
16 January: Sunday
22 January: Fourth Saturday in the month
23 January: Sunday
30 January: Sunday
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