India being a culturally diverse country, it observes a good number of festivals and so a good number of holidays. Talking of holidays, isn’t it something that comes in as a relief for all of us? To be more specific, we have a list of ICICI Bank Holidays 2021
So, if you are looking for Bank holidays 2021 India, then this blog is surely the one you are looking for. Before the list, let’s get to know a little bit about ICICI Bank.
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ICICI Bank – ICICI Bank Holidays 2021
ICICI is one of the four biggest banks of India with its subsidiaries and branches in many other countries including United Kingdom, United States, Singapore, Hong Kong and so on. The ICICI got its name as it was established by Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India (ICICI) in 1994 in Vadodara.
ICICI has its registered office in Vadodara, Gujarat. And on the other hand, its corporate office in Mumbai, Maharashtra. In 1995, it joined hands with World Bank as a venture for its parent company. At present, Sandeep Bakhshi is the Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ICICI Bank.
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List of ICICI Bank Holidays 2021 – Bank Holiday List
|01-Jan||Friday||New Year’s Day||Restricted|
|20-Jan||Wednesday||Guru Govind Singh Jayanti||Restricted|
|12-Feb||Friday||Chinese New Year||Observance|
|25-Feb||Thursday||Hazarat Ali’s Birthday||Restricted|
|27-Feb||Saturday||Guru Ravidas Jayanti||Restricted|
|08-Mar||Monday||Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti||Restricted|
|28-Mar||Sunday||First day of Passover||Observance|
|01-Apr||Thursday||Maundy Thursday||Observance, Christian|
|07-May||Friday||Birthday of Ravindranath||Restricted|
|13-May||Thursday||Ramzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar||Muslim, Common local|
|20-Jul||Tuesday||Bakr Id/Eid ul-Adha||Gazetted|
|16-Aug||Monday||Parsi New Year||Restricted|
|19-Aug||Thursday||Muharram/Ashura (Tentative Date)||Gazetted|
|22-Aug||Sunday||Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi)||Restricted|
|10-Sep||Friday||Ganesh Chaturthi/Vinayaka Chaturthi||Restricted|
|02-Oct||Saturday||Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti||Gazetted|
|20-Oct||Wednesday||Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti||Restricted|
|24-Oct||Sunday||Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chauth)||Restricted|
|10-Nov||Wednesday||Chhat Puja (Pratihar Sashthi/Surya Sashthi)||Restricted|
|19-Nov||Friday||Guru Nanak Jayanti||Gazetted|
|24-Nov||Wednesday||Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day||Restricted|
|29-Nov||Monday||First Day of Hanukkah||Observance|
|06-Dec||Monday||Last day of Hanukkah||Observance|
|31-Dec||Friday||New Year’s Eve||Observance|
India, also referred to as Bharat, is a nation of people. It is a country with many different cultures, customs, traditions, and festivals. Holi, Diwali, Eid ul Fitr, Good Friday are just some of the holidays our country observes. These holidays are a perfect opportunity to bring people together as one and celebrate life. These multi-cultural festivals symbolize the multi-religious population of India. And despite the richness in diversity, we often see people celebrating holidays together as one.
Also, as a result of this diverse culture and tradition, there are numerous reasons to plan vacations for our people. It is one of the reasons why we Indians are never out on a holiday. And, who is not fond of holidays and celebrations? So, for all of you readers out there, we are going to list all of the ICICI bank holidays for this year in 2021. So take a seat, read it, and start planning your dream vacation with your loved ones right now.
This bank provides a comprehensive set of products and financial services to its customers. The bank observes holidays on all national holidays. It also remains closed on the many public holidays that the state government declared for their region.
The bank is one of the country’s most prominent private sector banks. It operates a chain of 4867 branches spread across the country. Also, note that all their branches are open every day. The Sundays and 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month is an exception since the bank remains closed on these days.
Hope this compiled list helps you to know whether to visit the bank today or not. It will surely save your fuel and time on travelling unnecessary to the bank branch. Also, it will be a good idea to once cross check with the bank call-center executive to confirm the bank holiday.