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14 days bank holidays in October 2020, plan your holidays in Covid times

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Bank Holidays in October 2020: The month of October is going to start. Navratri and Dussehra will be celebrated this month. This is why government holidays will also be longer. On seeing the full list of holidays, it is clear that this month banks will be closed for fifteen days. For those who are constantly working in banks, it is very important to know on which days the banks will be closed. However, all efforts will be made by banks to ensure that these holidays are not affected by ATMs and other services. The holidays in October beginning on October 2, the Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti.

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  1. 02 October (Friday) Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti Gazetted Holiday
  2. October 4 (Sunday) Weekly Holiday
  3. 08 October (Thursday) Chehallum local holiday
  4. 10 October (Saturday) Second Saturday
  5. 11 October (Sunday) weekly off
  6. 17 October (Saturday) Kati Bihu / Mera Chowran Hoba of Lanningthau Sanamahi Holiday
  7. 18 October (Sunday) Weekly Holiday
  8. 23 October (Friday) Durga Puja / Mahasaptami
  9. 24 October (Saturday) Mahaashtami / Mahanavami
  10. 25 October (Sunday) Weekly Holiday
  11. 26 October (Monday) Durga Puja, Vijayadashami
  12. 29 October (Thursday) Prophet Mohammad Jayanti
  13. 30 October (Friday) Eid-e-Milad
  14. 31 October (Saturday) Jayanti of Maharishi Valmiki and Sardar Patel

Some of these holidays will be decided locally. Apart from festivals and national holidays, holidays are declared in every bank including SBI, Punjab National Bank, Axis Bank, and ICICI Bank on the second and fourth Saturdays and Sundays as well.

Durga Utsav will start from October 17 after the completion of the Adhikamas. This time the main festival of devotion and worship of mother will be eight days instead of nine days. Navratri from 17 to 24 October and its next day on 25 October will celebrate the festival of Vijayadashami (Dussehra). This time, this time is made up of fluctuations in dates.




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