BSE & NSE Holidays 2021

BSE & NSE Holidays 2021-Trading Holidays 2021

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BSE & NSE Holidays 2021 are listed in this post. If you are trading/investing in the Indian stock market you must be aware of the Indian stock market holidays. It is very important to understand the stock market holidays to plan your trade accordingly. Indian stock exchanges remain close on Saturdays and Sundays. out of 18 holidays, 5 holidays falling on Saturdays and Sundays. The remaining 13 holidays are on working days. in this post, you can find a list of NSE and BSE holidays.

Also read: IPO List 2021: a complete list of IPOs in 2021

BSE & NSE Holidays 2021 Calendar

1Republic Day26 Jan 2021Tuesday
2Maha Shivratri11 Mar 2021Thursday
3Holi29 Mar 2021Monday
4Good Friday02 Apr 2021Thursday
5Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti14 Apr 2021Wednesday
6Ram Navami21 Apr 2021Wednesday
7Id-ul-Fitr13 May 2021Thursday
8Id-ul-Adha20 Jul 2021Tuesday
9Ashura19 Aug 2021Thursday
10Ganesh Chaturthi10 Sep 2021Friday
11Vijaya Dashami15 Oct 2021Friday
12Diwali / Laxmi Puja4 Nov 2021Thursday
13Guru Nanak Jayanti19 Nov 2021Friday

Holidays on Saturdays & Sundays

1Mahavir Jayanti25 Apr 2021Sunday
2Maharashtra Day01 May 2021Saturday
3Independence Day15 Aug 2021Sunday
4Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti02 Oct 2021Saturday
5Christmas25 Dec 2021Sunday

Diwali 2021 Muhurat Trading: Thursday,04 November 2021 (Laxmi Puja) is a holiday for the Indian stock market. A special 1-hour trading session is conducted on the occasion of Laxmi puja. Click here to know more about muhurat trading 2021. muhurat trading will be 6 pm-7 pm session.

Final Thoughts

In this post, we discussed the stock exchange holidays in India. it is very important to know the stock market holidays for planning your trading well. also as a stock market enthusiast, you must know the holidays. you can see a separate list of holidays, on working days and holidays falling on weekends. out of 18 holidays, 5 holidays falling on Saturdays and Sundays. The remaining 13 holidays are on working days. I hope this post will give you a clear idea about stock market holidays in 2021.

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