Dry Days in India 2023: As we all know that all liquor and liquor shops are closed on Dry Day. Many people therefore buy alcohol a day in advance. For your information, let us tell you that during religious events, festivals, national holidays and elections, the sale of liquor is often prohibited in bars, pubs and liquor shops.
In today’s article, we are sharing with you the list of all dry days of 2022 with which you can be sure to plan your adventure. From here you can download the PDF list of dry days in India
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Dry Days in India
Check Full List in New Year Calendar With Festival & Event Dates When Alcohol Will Not Available for Sale at any place.
- 14 January, Saturday: Makar Sankranti
- 26 January, Wednesday: Republic Day
- 30 January, Sunday: Mahatma Gandhi Death Anniversary (Shaheed Diwas)
- 19 February, Saturday: Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahavir Jayanti
- 26 February, Saturday: Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
- 01 March, Tuesday: Maha Shivratri
- 18 March, Friday: Holi
- 10 April, Sunday: Ram Navami
- 14 April, Thursday: Mahavir Jayanti & Ambedkar Jayanti
- 15 April, Friday: Good Friday
- 01 May, Saturday: Maharashtra Day (Maharashtra)
- 03 May, Tuesday: Eid ul-Fitr
- 10 July, Sunday: Ashadi Ekadashi
- 13 July, Wednesday: Guru Purnima
- 08 August, Monday: Muharram
- 15 August, Monday: Independence Day
- 19 August, Friday: Janmashthami
- 31 August, Wednesday: Ganesh Chaturthi
- 09, September, Friday: Anant Chaturdashi
- 02 October, Sunday: Gandhi Jayanti
- 05 October, Wednesday: Dussehra
- 09 October, Sunday: Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti
- 24 October, Monday: Diwali Monday
- 04 November, Friday: Kartiki Ekadashi
- 08 November, Tuesday: Guru Nanak Jayanti
- 25 December, Sunday: Christmas
Note: The legal age of drinking alcohol in Delhi is 21 years. While in some Indian states, the legal age of drinking is as low as 18.
Official PDF list of Dry Day – https://delhiexcise.gov.in/pdf/DRY-DAY-LIST.pdf
FAQ – Dry Day in India
Yes, Republic Day is dry day.
Alcohol is banned throughout the day on dry days, due to which you cannot carry it.
Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2 October and he is the father of the nation, due to which this day is a dry day.
In today’s article, we told you about the Dry Day List in detail. So that you can plan your party well. If you liked the post, then do tell by commenting.
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