Ganesh Chaturthi Bank Holiday Calendar 2023: State-by-State Variations to Keep in Mind

As the festive spirit of Ganesh Chaturthi sweeps across India this month, banks are gearing up for holidays on various dates in different states. The 10-day Ganesh Utsav commences on September 19 and continues with grand celebrations until September 28. Here’s a detailed breakdown of which states will observe bank holidays on specific days during Ganesh Chaturthi. Ganesh Chaturthi Bank Holidays Schedule
September 18, 2023:
Holiday in Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Telangana, in honour of Varasidhi Vinayak Vrat / Vinayak Chaturthi.
September 19, 2023:
Banks will remain closed in Ahmedabad, Belapur, Bhubaneswar, Mumbai, Nagpur, and Panaji, celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi/Samvatsari (Chaturthi Paksha).
September 20, 2023
Holiday in Bhubaneswar and Panaji, marking the second day of Ganesh Chaturthi.
Beyond the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, September 2023 brings several other bank holidays across India:
Remaining Bank Holidays in September 2023
September 22, 2023
Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day, resulting in bank closures in Kochi, Panaji, and Trivandrum.
September 23, 2023
Nationwide bank holiday due to the fourth Saturday.
September 24, 2023
Banks closed across the country on Sunday.
September 25, 2023
Bank holiday in Guwahati for the birth anniversary of Srimanta Sankardev.
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September 27, 2023
Milad-e-Sharif leads to bank closures in Jammu, Kochi, Srinagar, and Trivandrum.
September 28, 2023
Eid-e-Milad results in bank holidays in Ahmedabad, Aizawl, Belapur, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Chennai, Dehradun, Telangana, Imphal, Kanpur, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, New Delhi, Raipur, and Ranchi.
September 29, 2023
Banks will remain closed in Gangtok, Jammu, and Srinagar in observance of Eid-e-Milad-ul-Nabi.
Be sure to plan your banking needs accordingly, considering these upcoming holidays across India in September 2023.
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