Bank and Public Holidays in Maharashtra 2021

Maharashtra is located in the Western Peninsula region and is the home of the Maharashtrian people. The native and the most spoken language in this state is Marathi. There are two major rivers in the State: Godavari and Krishna. In this article, we will find the bank and public holidays in Maharashtra for the year 2021

bank and public holidays in maharashtra 2021

Mumbai, which is the financial capital of India, is the state capital of Maharashtra. The National Stock Exchange is also located in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The state animal of Maharashtra is Indian giant squirrel whereas the state bird is a yellow-footed green pigeon. Jarul is the state flower of Maharashtra, and mango tree is the state tree.

The current chief minister of Maharashtra is Mr Uddhav Thackeray. The population figure of this state is 112, 374, 333 as of the year 2011.

Maharashtra is also home to the great Indian warrior Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Maharashtra’s religion consists of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, and others as per the 2011 census.

Maharashtra consists of six administrative divisions: Amaravati Pune, Konkan, Nashik, Aurangabad, Nagpur. Maharashtra’s spoken languages are Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu, Bhili, and many others.

The most extensive road network in India is in Maharashtra. It consists of 4,176 km stretch of National highways and 3,700 km stretch of State highways. Kabaddi and Cricket are the most popular sports in Maharashtra. Below you will find the bank and public holidays in Maharashtra for the year 2021

Bank Holidays in Maharashtra 2021

*Second and Fourth Saturday is considered as a Public Holiday for the banks

Sr No.Date & MonthDayHoliday
1January 9SaturdaySecond Saturday
2January 23SaturdayFourth Saturday
3January 26TuesdayRepublic Day
4February 13SaturdaySecond Saturday
5February 19FridayChhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti
6February 27SaturdayFourth Saturday
7March 11ThursdayMaha Shivaratri
8March 13SaturdaySecond Saturday
9March 27SaturdayFourth Saturday
10March 29MondayHoli
11April 2FridayGood Friday
12April 10SaturdaySecond Saturday
13April 13TuesdayGudi Padwa
14April 14WednesdayDr Ambedkar Jayanti
15April 21WednesdayRam Navami
16April 24SaturdayFourth Saturday
17April 25SundayMahavir Jayanti
18May 1SaturdayMaharashtra Day
19May 8SaturdaySecond Saturday
20May 13ThursdayIdul Fitr
21May 22SaturdayFourth Saturday
22May 26WednesdayBuddha Purnima
23June 12SaturdaySecond Saturday
24June 26SaturdayFourth Saturday
25July 10SaturdaySecond Saturday
26July 20TuesdayBakrid / Eid al Adha
27July 24SaturdayFourth Saturday
28August 14SaturdaySecond Saturday
29August 15SundayIndependence Day
30August 17TuesdayParsi New Year
31August 19ThursdayMuharram
32August 28SaturdayFourth Saturday
33September 10FridayGanesh Chaturthi
34September 11SaturdaySecond Saturday
35September 25SaturdayFourth Saturday
36October 2SaturdayGandhi Jayanti
37October 9SaturdaySecond Saturday
38October 15FridayVijaya Dashami
39October 19TuesdayEid e Milad
40October 23SaturdayFourth Saturday
41November 4ThursdayDiwali
42November 5FridayDeepavali Holiday
43November 13SaturdaySecond Saturday
44November 19FridayGuru Nanak Jayanti
45November 27SaturdayFourth Saturday
46December 11SaturdaySecond Saturday
47December 25SaturdayChristmas Day

Also Read: Central Government Holidays 2021 List

Public Holidays in Maharashtra 2021

Sr No.DateDayHoliday
126 JanuaryTuesdayRepublic Day
219 FebruaryFridayChhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti
311 MarchThursdayMaha Shivaratri
429 MarchMondayHoli
5 2 AprilFridayGood Friday
613 AprilTuesdayGudi Padwa
714 AprilWednesdayDr Ambedkar Jayanti
821 AprilWednesdayRam Navami
925 AprilSundayMahavir Jayanti
1001 MaySaturdayMaharashtra Day
1113 MayThursdayIdul Fitr
1226 MayWednesdayBuddha Purnima
1320 JulyTuesdayBakrid / Eid al Adha
1415 AugustSundayIndependence Day
1517 AugustTuesdayParsi New Year
1619 AugustThursdayMuharram
1710 SeptemberFridayGanesh Chaturthi
1802 OctoberSaturdayGandhi Jayanti
1915 OctoberFridayVijaya Dashami
2019 OctoberTuesdayEid e Milad
2104 NovemberThursdayDiwali
2205 NovemberFridayDeepavali Holiday
2319 NovemberFridayGuru Nanak Jayanti
2425 DecemberSaturdayChristmas Day

The holidays for some national and private banks are different. There are national holidays for some banks and state holidays which is significant to the Maharashtra state only.

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