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Rules Changing from 1st March 2023: After about five days, the new month of March is going to start. With every new month, the rules related to money change.
These changes will have an impact on your household budget. Sometimes you benefit from these rules and sometimes more money comes out of your pocket. The prices of LPG, CNG and PNG are fixed on the first of every month. Banks are also going to remain closed for 12 days next month. Let us know the details of these new rules.
LPG, CNG and PNG prices will be fixed
The prices of LPG, LPG, CNG and PNG cylinders will be fixed on the first of every month. Last time on February 1, companies did not increase the prices of domestic LPG cylinders, but this time it is expected that the prices of gas cylinders may increase due to festivals.
Baba’s aarti will be expensive in Kashi Vishwanath temple
Baba’s aarti has become expensive in Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi. Devotees will have to pay Rs 150 more than before for Mangala Aarti. Earlier, 350 rupees had to be paid for the aarti here, but now it will cost 500 rupees. Apart from this, Rs 120 more will have to be paid for the tickets for Sapta Rishi Aarti, Shringar Bhog Aarti and Midday Bhog Aarti. Earlier it used to cost Rs 180 but now Rs 300 will have to be paid. This new ray will be applicable from 1 March 2023.
Banks will remain closed for 12 days in March
There are also Holi and Navratri in March due to which banks are going to remain closed for 12 days. This includes weekly bank holidays. Get your bank related work done instantly without any delay. Banks in India remain open on the first and third Saturdays of the month. While there is a holiday in banks on the second and fourth Saturdays. According to the calendar of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in March 2023, private and government banks will be closed for 12 days.