November Bank Holidays: A Breakdown of 15 Days Off
November Bank Holidays: As the month of October wraps up with the conclusion of the Dussehra holiday on October 24, November ushers in a string of holidays that might impact your banking needs. This upcoming month is packed with festivities, and you’ll want to be prepared for the associated bank closures.
The holiday season kicks off on November 15, and it will span 15 days, inclusive of weekends. This holiday schedule could pose some challenges for customers needing to conduct banking transactions. To ensure your financial matters proceed smoothly, it’s advisable to take note of the holiday schedule and plan your visits to the bank accordingly.
November Bank Holidays List
Here’s a list of bank holidays for November 2023:
- November 1, 2023, Wednesday: Kannada Rajyotsava, Kut / Karva Chauth
- November 10, 2023, Friday: Wangala Festival
- November 13, 2023, Monday: Govardhan Puja, Lakshmi Puja (Deepawali) / Diwali
- November 14, 2023, Tuesday: Diwali, Lakshmi Puja
- November 15, 2023, Wednesday: Bhai Dooj, Chitragupta Jayanti, Lakshmi Puja (Diwali) / Ningol Chakkouba
- November 20, 2023, Monday: Chhat (Morning Arghya)
- November 23, 2023, Thursday: Seng Kutsnam / Egas-Bagwal
- November 27, 2023, Monday: Guru Nanak Jayanti, Karthika Purnima / Rahs
- November 30, 2023, Thursday: Kanakadasa Jayanti
Saturday and Sunday Holidays
Additionally, keep in mind these weekend holidays:
- November 11, 2023, Second Saturday
- November 25, 2023, Fourth Saturday
- Sundays: November 5, 12, 19, 26, 2023
Reserve Bank of India’s Statement
As per the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) holiday list, November will have a total of 15 holidays, including Saturdays and Sundays. In November, there are four Sundays, and both the second and fourth Saturdays are designated as bank holidays. However, it’s essential to note that while public holidays are uniform across the country, some regional holidays may vary depending on the state and are determined by the respective state governments. Stay informed to manage your banking requirements effectively during this holiday season.