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SBI provides around 24 holidays in Uttar Pradesh, which include all national holidays and common festivals.
Some state holidays, as well as the second and fourth Saturdays of the year, are included in the holidays. Every Sunday of the year, SBI also has a holiday.
Some of the holidays given by SBI in Uttar Pradesh may differ from that of the holidays given by SBI of the other states.
How to check SBI holidays in the SBI app?
It is very easy to see the holiday list of SBI Bank through the SBI app. First you need to open the app and click on the Holiday Calendar Tab.
After clicking, you need to select the “State” and “month” By entering the details, you can see the holiday list.
SBI Holidays in Uttar Pradesh
Republic day (January 26)
On Republic Day, the entire country comes together to celebrate and commemorate the day that India's constitution took effect.
This day is marked by a variety of activities, including parades, speeches, and ethnic dances.
Hazrat Ali (February 15)
In the state of Uttar Pradesh, Hazrat Ali is observed as a public holiday. It is observed to commemorate and mark the birthday of Muhammad's son-in-law, Hazrat Ali.
Maha Shivratri (March 1)
Maha Shivratri is devoted to the God of Destruction and is thought to symbolize the balancing of the universe by Lord Shiva and his Goddess Shakti's masculine and female forces.
Holi (March 18)
Holi is a colorful event that is also known as the festival of love and the spring festivals.
Hindus celebrate this event to commemorate the triumph of good over evil and Lord Vishnu's victory over Hiranyakashipu as Narsimha Narayana.
Ram Navami (April 10)
This day is observed by Hindus to praise and commemorate the birth of Lord Rama. It is observed on the ninth day of the Hindu lunar calendar's first month.
For this festival, the followers’ diet fast and do not eat certain foods like garlic, onions and wheat products.
They do this for a few days before the actual festive day and on the day of celebration they give praise and sing hymns to the deity.
Ambedkar Jayanti (April 14)
Ambedkar Jayanti commemorates the birthday of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, an Indian jurist, politician, independence warrior, and a pioneer in Indian history.
Various programs and seminars are held in honor of Ambedkar and the present generation are vested on about the things done by him.
Good Friday (April 15)
It is the day when Jesus Christ died for the people's sins. Christians all around India commemorate Jesus Christ's death on Good Friday.
Eid-Ul Fitr (May 3)
Eid-Ul Fitr is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. It is one among the most extensively observed holidays in Islam.
Buddha Purnima (May 16)
Buddha Purnima is one of the most important Buddhist and Hindu festivals. It commemorates and celebrates Gautam Buddha’s birthday. People wear white garments and distribute kheer.
Bakrid (July 10)
Bakrid, also known as Eid-Al-Adha, commemorates the Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son when Allah commanded him to. It's known as the Sacrifice Feast.
The ritual of sacrificing a goat, or "Bakri" gave it its name.
Muharram (August 8)
Muharram is the start of the Islamic New Year. On this day, every form of violence or disagreement is outlawed.
The month of Muharram is also known as Allah's month, and it is a month of honor and respect.
Independence Day (August 15)
Freedom Day is observed throughout India to commemorate India's independence from British domination. The national flag is raised and the national anthem is sung on this day.
The country comes together to commemorate the independence gained thanks to the freedom fighters. On this day, people remember and celebrate the independence warriors.
Janmashtami (August 19)
Hindus celebrate Janmashtami to commemorate the birth of Lord Vishnu's eighth avatar, Lord Krishna. People fast and pray in preparation for this festival.
The festival includes drama-dance enactments of Lord Krishna's life and the singing of devotional hymns.
Gandhi Jayanti (October 2)
Mahatma Gandhi's birthday is celebrated on this day. People from all over the country gather to pray and pay honor on this day.
On this day, the nation's Father of the Nation, who battled for the country's freedom, is remembered and honored.
Durga Puja (October 5)
This festival commemorates the goddess Durga's victory over the demon King Mahishasura.
It honors the Goddess as the nurturing force behind all life and creation, as well as the triumph of good over evil.
Eid-e-Milad (October 9)
Muslims commemorate the birth anniversary of Hazrat Mohammad, a Prophet of the Islamic community. It is commemorated by praying, exchanging gifts, and donning new clothes.
Diwali (October 24)
Diwali is a Hindu holiday celebrated all over the world. The walls are adorned with miniature oil lamps, lights, and fine embellishments.
People are dressed up and exchanging gifts and affection.
Christmas (December 25)
Christians all throughout India and the world celebrate Christmas Day to honor and commemorate the birth of the Savior Jesus Christ.
They mark the birth of God's only son, who came to save them from their sins.
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Q1. Will SBI be closed on new year eve and new year?
Ans: SBI will be closed on New Year's Eve but open on the following day. In certain states, however, both New Year's Eve and New Year's Day are closed. It may also differ depending on the SBI banks of different states.
Q2. How many bank holidays are given by SBI?
Ans: There are around 24 holidays given by SBI however, the holidays given may differ from state to state.
Some of the holidays are fixed like the national holidays such as Republic Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanti, Guru Nanak’s birthday; common festive holidays like Holi, Diwali, Christmas, Durga Puja, New Year; and second and fourth Saturdays.
Q3. I am an employee at HDFC. Will the SBI Bank holidays be the same as holidays given by HDFC bank?
Ans: No, the holidays given by SBI will not be the same as the holidays given by HDFC bank.
The holidays given by the two banks will differ in terms of the type of banks they both are. Being a central bank, SBI and its holidays will be lesser and have more common holidays. While HDFC bank will have more lenient holidays as it is a private bank.