September 1 (Thursday) – Banks remain closed in Goa on the second day of Vinayaka Chavithi.
September 4 (Sunday) – Banks are closed anyway.
September 6 (Tuesday) – Bank holiday in Jharkhand on the occasion of Karma Puja.
September 7 (Wednesday) – Banks will not function in Kerala during Onam.
September 8 (Thursday) – Bank holiday in Kerala due to Thiruonam celebrations.
September 9 (Friday) – Bank holiday in Sikkim on the occasion of Indrajatra.
September 10- (Saturday) – Banks remain closed in Kerala due to Navarana Guru Jayanti. Second Saturday too.
September 11 (Sunday) – Bank holiday anyway.
September 18 (Sunday) – Closed for Banks.
September 21 (Wednesday) – Banks will not function in Kerala on the occasion of Shree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day.
September 24 – Second Saturday
September 25 (Sunday) – Banks are closed. Beginning of Bathukamma.
September 26 (Monday) – Bank holiday in Manipur, Rajasthan on the occasion of Navratri Sthapna.
Whereas in Telugu states there are no bank holidays as they say. Almost all banks are open except Saturday and Sunday.
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