Bank Holidays in Punjab 2020, List of Bank Vacations in Punjab 2020

Bank Holidays in Punjab 2020, List of Bank Vacations in Punjab 2020. Frankly speaking there are many bank holidays in Punjab. Among these include the various holidays for Maha Shivaratri and the other festivals that people of the state celebrate. If you are planning to take the bank holidays in Punjab, you should enjoy the same by doing a whole lot of things.This page contains a calendar of all 2020 bank holidays for Punjab. Do take a look at our list of public holidays in Punjab before you plan your trips. These dates may be modified as official changes are announced…

Bank Holidays in Punjab 2020

In India we have federal, regional government holidays and popular observances as well. The bank holidays in India varies from one bank to the other, though the central government and the Ministry of Personnel announces some Public Bank holidays in India on – Republic Day (January 26), Independence Day (August 15), Gandhi Jayanti (October 2).

Also the bank holidays caters to some cultural and religious holidays such as – Budh Purnima, Diwali, Dussehra, Christmas, and Eid etc. Check out Bank Holidays in Punjab.

You can find the list of the public holidays in Punjab 2020 below, though these dates may vary if any official change is announced. Also, all the private and public sector banks are closed on 2nd Saturday and 4th Saturday of every month.

The following are the main regional and bank holidays in Punjab:

  • Makar Sankranti
  • Chandrama Ugadi
  • Basava Jayanti
  • Vinayaka Chaturthi
  • Mahalaya
  • Kannada Rajyothsava

List of Bank Holidays in Punjab 2020

Date & MonthDayHoliday
January 11SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
January 25SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
January 26SundayRepublic Day
January 30ThursdayVasant Panchami
February 8SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
February 9SundayGuru Ravidas Jayanti
February 21FridayMaha Shivaratri
February 22SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
March 10TuesdayHoli
March 14SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
March 23MondayS. Bhagat Singh’s Martyrdom Day
March 28SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
April 2ThursdayRam Navami
April 6MondayMahavir Jayanti
April 10FridayGood Friday
April 11SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
April 13MondayVaisakh
April 14TuesdayDr Ambedkar Jayanti
April 25SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
May 1FridayMay Day
May 9SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
May 23SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
May 24SundayIdul Fitr
May 26TuesdaySri Guru Arjun Dev Ji’s Martyrdom Day
June 5FridaySant Guru Kabir Jayanti
June 13SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
June 27SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
July 11SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
July 25SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
July 31FridayShaheed Udham Singh’s Martyrdom Day
August 8SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
August 11TuesdayJanmashtami
August 15SaturdayIndependence Day
August 20ThursdayParkash Utsav Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
August 22SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
August 27ThursdayBaba Sri Chand Ji Jayanti
September 12SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
September 26SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
September 28MondayS. Bhagat Singh Ji Jayanti
October 2FridayGandhi Jayanti
October 10SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
October 24SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
October 26MondayVijaya Dashami
October 31SaturdayMaharishi Valmiki Jayanti
November 2MondayParkash Gurpurab of Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji
November 14SaturdayDiwali
November 16MondayShahidi Diwas S. Kartar Singh Sarabha Ji
November 28SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday
November 30MondayGuru Nanak Jayanti
December 12SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank Holiday
December 19SaturdaySri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji’s Martyrdom Day
December 25FridayChristmas Day
December 26SaturdayFourth Saturday Bank Holiday

Note: The 2nd Saturday and 4th Saturday of every month as public holiday for banks in India

Punjab is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The state is so beautiful there is plenty to see. In fact, the lush greenery in Punjab is a visitors delight. On the popular festivals, the state has no dearth of them. The best part about the bank  holidays in Punjab is that the Punjabis enjoy it to the very hilt, given their jolly nature. In fact, if you have a public holiday the one place that you must not forget to visit is Punjab. In fact, tourists visiting Punjab can get a host of exhilarating experience including ice skating, horse riding, paragliding and rafting