How many days are going to be holidays in the banks in the month of May, know RBI’s holiday list

Today is the last day of April. With today, the month of April will end and from tomorrow May will begin. Banks will remain closed for a few days in May. In such a situation, if you have to do any important work related to the bank in the month of May, then before that you must check the list of holidays. Banks will remain closed for 13 days in the month of May, so you should check this list before settling your banking business.

Let us tell you that the bank employees are going to like the month of May. The holidays will start from the beginning of May. This month, there will be holidays in banks for not one day, but for four days. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released the list of bank holidays. May 1 is a government holiday on Labor Day. Banks will get four consecutive days off. So if there is any work in the bank, then do it before 30th April. If you have not completed the work now, then your work may hang.

Let us tell you that according to the calendar released by the Reserve Bank of India, in the first week of May 2022, there are 4 days of holidays in banks. May 1 is a Sunday. May 2 will be a holiday for Parshuram Jayanti in many states. May 3 and 4 will be a holiday for Eid-ul-Fitr and Basava Jayanti (Karnataka). Let us tell you that the holiday of Eid can be different in different states.

List of Bank Holidays in May

1 May 2022: Labor Day / Maharashtra Day. (Sunday) Banks closed across the country.

2 May 2022: Maharishi Parshuram Jayanti – Holiday in many states

May 3, 2022: Eid-ul-Fitr, Basava Jayanti (Karnataka)

4th May 2022: Eid-ul-Fitr, (Telangana)

8 May 2022 : Sunday

9 May 2022: Guru Rabindranath Jayanti – West Bengal and Tripura

14 May 2022: Banks holiday on second Saturday

15 May 2022 : Sunday

16 May 2022: Budh Purnima

22 May 2022 : Sunday

24th May 2022: Kazi Nazrul Ismaal Birthday-Sikkim

28 May 2022: Banks holiday on fourth Saturday

29 May 2022 : Sunday

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