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Dry days list 2022: Complete list of all no-liquor days in India this year

Here's the complete list of dry days in 2022 to help you plan your parties better in India

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Dry days list 2022: Complete list of all no-liquor days in India this year

Dry days list 2022: That distinct feeling, when you are just about to go hang out with your folks but are instead greeted with a ‘dry day’, cannot be put into words.

A dry day is a religious or national festival when alcohol is not on sale in bars, pubs and liquor stores.

Many states, including Maharashtra, strictly abide by the alcohol ban for a week for festivals, religious celebrations and national holidays like Gandhi Jayanti, Mahalaya Amavasya, Dussehra, Eid-e-Milad, Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti and so on.

Before moving any further to the list, let us have a brief look at the term – ‘dry days’

  • Dry days are the days when the sale of alcohol is not permitted
  • Dry days are observed on national holidays, major festivals and during elections in India
  • They can vary according to a state’s public holidays and festivals

Dry days are party-spoiler as the sale of alcohol is not permitted on these specific days. Most of the Indian states observe these days on major national festivals and occasions such as Republic Day (26 January), Independence Day (15 August), and Gandhi Jayanti (2 October). Dry days are also observed during elections in India.

Dry days can vary according to a state’s public holidays and festivals.

Here’s the complete list of dry days in 2022 to help you plan your parties better:

Here’s a complete list of dry days in India in 2022:

January-

January 14: Makar Sankranti – Saturday

January 26: Republic Day – Wednesday

January 30: Mahatma Gandhi Death Anniversary, aka Shaheed Diwas – Sunday

February-

February 19: Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahavir Jayanti – Saturday

February 26: Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti – Saturday

March-

March 1: Maha Shivratri – Tuesday

March 18: Holi – Friday

April-

April 10: Ram Navami – Sunday

April 14: Ambedkar Jayanti – Thursday

April 14: Mahavir Jayanti – Thursday

April 15: Good Friday – Friday

May-

May 1: Maharashtra Day (Maharashtra) – Saturday

May 3: Eid ul-Fitr – Tuesday

July-

July 10: Ashadi Ekadashi – Sunday

July 13: Guru Purnima – Wednesday

August-

August 8: Muharram – Monday

August 15: Independence Day – Monday

August 18/19: Janmashthami – Thursday, Friday

August 31: Ganesh Chaturthi – Wednesday

September-

September 9: Anant Chaturdashi – Friday

October-

October 2: Gandhi Jayanti – Sunday

October 5: Dussehra – Wednesday

October 8: Prohibition Week (Maharashtra) – Saturday

October 9: Eid-e-Milad – Sunday

October 9: Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti – Sunday

October 24: Diwali – Monday

November-

November 4: Kartiki Ekadashi – Friday

November 8: Guru Nanak Jayanti – Tuesday

December-

December 25: Christmas – Sunday

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