A dry day is a specific day in a calendar year on which liquor shops are supposed to remain shut. Most of the states in India remark these days as dry days on major festival or a national holiday in order to respect religious or patriotic sentiments of the public. According to alcohol laws in India, the excise government is meant to notify the list of prohibited days every year.
For all those people who take account of their liquor (even once in a while), it’s no surprise that there are a few days in the year, when they cannot buy same in stores or liquor shops around them. Although, you might find bootleggers selling on those days, it is often costly and imitations. With the thought on your mind like whether Today is a dry day or Tomorrow is dry day, we have the answer to it and worry not because we have found a way around it – by stocking up on alcohol, much before in advance.
Here’s a complete list of dry days in Delhi during the coming months of 2020 so that you can stock up on liquor and never let dry days ruin your upcoming party programs.
|15 January 2020||Wednesday||Makar Sakranti|
|26 January 2020||Sunday||Republic Day|
|21 February 2020||Friday||Maha Shivratri|
|10 March 2020||Tuesday||Holi|
|2 April 2020||Thursday||Ram Navmi|
|6 April 2020||Monday||Mahavir Jayanti|
|10 April 2020||Friday||Good Friday|
|1 May 2020||Friday||Maharashtra Day|
|7 May 2020||Thursday||Buddha Purnima|
|24 May 2020||Sunday||Eid Ul Fitr|
|31 July 2020||Friday||Eid Al Adha/Bakrid|
|11 August 2020||Tuesday||Janmashtmi|
|15 August 2020||Saturday||Independence Day|
|30 August 2020||Sunday||Muharram|
|2 October 2020||Friday||Gandhi Jayanti|
|25 October 2020||Sunday||Vijay Dashmi/Dussehra|
|30 October 2020||Friday||Eid e Milad|
|14 November 2020||Saturday||Deepawali/Diwali|
|30 November 2020||Monday||Guru Nanak Jayanti|
|25 December 2020||Friday||Christmas|