In a calendar year, BSE or Bombay Stock Exchange remains closed for approximately twelve days, apart from weekly holidays on Saturdays and Sundays. These days are either national holidays, religious festivals, or birth/death anniversaries of famous personalities.
Experienced traders avoid planning a trade around these days since it increases the time of the trade. If you are a new investor, it is essential to familiarise yourself with BSE holidays 2021 when trading activities in the exchange would remain closed.
Please find the BSE trading holidays in 2021 list below.
BSE Holidays 2021
|1||Republic Day||January 26, 2021||Tuesday|
|2||Mahashivratri||March 11, 2021||Thursday|
|3||Holi||March 29, 2021||Monday|
|4||Good Friday||April 02, 2021||Friday|
|5||Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti||April 14, 2021||Wednesday|
|6||Ram Navami||April 21, 2021||Wednesday|
|7||Id-ul-Fitr (Ramazan Id)||May 13, 2021||Thursday|
|8||Bakri Id||July 21, 2021||Wednesday|
|9||Muharram||August 19, 2021||Thursday|
|10||Ganesh Chaturthi||September 10, 2021||Friday|
|11||Dussehra||October 15, 2021||Friday|
|12||Diwali/Laxmi Puja||November 04, 2021||Thursday|
|13||Diwali Balipratipada||November 05, 2021||Friday|
|14||Gurunanak Jayanti||November 19, 2021||Monday|