Bank Holidays 2011, Holiday Schedules and Dates


Given below is a list of all the Bank Holidays declared for the upcoming year 2011.

Bank Holidays 2011, Holiday Schedules and Dates


New Year brings a lot of new hopes and holidays which we eagerly await. There's lot to plan next year as it seems to be a great year coming ahead. As per Calendar 2011, the upcoming year is all about lots of Bank Holidays which is unlike 2010. This year in 2010, many Bank Holidays unfortunately came on Sundays, which was real sad. Losing holidays is one bad thing to happen when we eagerly wait for those Red Numbers in middle of the week days apart from Sundays. Calendar 2011 will brighten our hopes as fortunately one can find many bright red numbers spread all over the week apart from Sundays. The banks too have declared Holiday Schedules for 2011.

List of Scheduled Bank Holidays for the year 2011


Republic Day will be the first Bank Holiday for the year 2011 which will fall on as usual 26th January which is a Wednesday this year. Id – E – Milad is scheduled to fall on 16th February 2011 which is a Wednesday. 19th February is Shivaji Maharaj Birth Anniversary that falls on. March will have just one Bank Holiday on occasion of Mahashivratri on 2nd of this month. April will observe five Bank Holidays in 2011, namely Gudi Padwa on 4th of April, Ram Navami on 12th of April, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Birth Anniversary on 14th of April, Mahavir Jayanti on 16th of April and Good Friday on 22nd April 2011. Buddha Purnima is one Bank Holiday scheduled to fall on 17th May 2011.

15th August, i.e. Independence Day is another Bank Holiday scheduled for Monday in 2011 followed by Pateti on 19th August 2011 and Ramzan Id on 31st August 2011. 1st of September 2011 will be a Bank Holiday on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. October 2011 will observe 3 Bank Holidays on occasion of Dassera and two days of Diwali falling on 6th of October, 26th October and 27th October respectively. In the month of November Bank Holidays are scheduled on 7th for Bakri – Id and 10th for Guru Nanak Birth Anniversary. December will conclude with just one Bank Holiday that too on 6th of December on occasion of Muharram, as 25TH December which is Christmas falls on Sunday.

Bank Holidays for 2011 that fall on week days


Republic Day Bank Holiday 2011 (Wednesday)
Id – E – Milad Bank Holiday 2011 (Wednesday)
Shivaji Maharaj Birth Anniversary (Saturday)
Bank Holiday for Mahashivratri (Wednesday)
2011 Bank Holiday for Gudi Padwaa (Monday)
Ram Navami (Tuesday)
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Birth Anniversary 2011 (Thursday)
Mahavir Jayanti (Saturday)
Bank Holiday for Good Friday (Friday)
Buddha Purnima (Tuesday)
Independence Day (Monday)
Pateti (Friday)
Ramzaan Id (Wednesday)
Ganesh Chaturthi (Thursday)
Dassera (Thursday)
2011 Bank Holiday for Laxmi Pujan in Diwali (Wednesday)
2011 Bank Holiday for Balipratipada in Diwali (Thursday)
Bakri Id (Monday)
Guru Nanak Birth Anniversary (Thursday)
Muharram (Tuesday)

List of Bank Holidays 2011 that fall on Sunday


Dhulivandan
Maharashtra Diwas
Anant Chaturdarshi
Mahatma Gandhi Birth Anniversary
Christmas

For more details visit Calendar 2011


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