India (Maharashtra) - Holidays for 2015

Weekend closure is on Sunday and 02nd and 04th week of Saturday would be holiday.

Saturday would fall on 01st, 03rd and 05th week in a month would be normal working day and branch operations shall continue as per normal operating hours.

The following are the public holidays during the 2015 calendar year:

Occasion Date
Republic Day 26th January 2015
Mahashivratri 17th February 2015
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti 19th February 2015
Holi (Second Day) 06th March 2015
Gudi Padwa 21st March 2015
Ram Navmi 28th March 2015
Mahavir Jayanti 02nd April 2015
Good Friday 03rd April 2015
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti 14th April 2015
Maharashtra Din 1st May 2015
Buddha Pournima 04th May 2015
Ramzan Id (ld·Ul-Fitar) (Shawal-1) 18th July 2015
Independance Day 15th August 2015
Parsi New Year (Shahenshahi) 18th August 2015
Ganesh Chaturthi 17th September 2015
Bakri Id (Id-tn-Zua) 25th September 2015
Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti 2nd October 2015
Dasara 22nd October 2015
Moharum 24th October 2015
Diwali Amavasya (Lax.mi Pujan) 11th November 2015
Diwali (Balipratipada) 12th November 2015
Guru Nanak Jayanti 25th November 2015
Id-E-Milad 24th December 2015
Christmas 25th December 2015

The following will be Bank Holidays, on these days the banks will remain closed for public but Not for their employees.

Occasion Date
To enable Banks to close their yearly accounts. 1st April 2015

The following days fall on Sunday

Occasion Date
Id-E-Milad 04th January 2015

As per RBI circular dt. 28 Aug, 2015, 01st, 03rd and 05th Saturdays in a month are full working days at Mumbai Branch and 02nd and 04th Saturdays are bank holidays with effect from 1st Sept, 2015.