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Complete list of dry days in India in 2022

Here’s a complete list of dry days in 2022 to help you plan your parties well in advance.

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Complete List of Dry days in India in 2022 (Representational Image)

Dry days are days when the government prohibits the sale of alcohol in shops, clubs, bars, etc. on a specific day or date mark a festival or an election day. Dry days are something that most people definitely don’t look forward to. No one wants to plan a huge party only to end up disappointed because of a dry day.


Except for January 26, August 15, October 2, and elections days, dry days on which alcohol sale is banned through retail shops, bars and hotels may vary in different states, as some states have state-specific holidays on which alcohol sale is banned.

Here’s a complete list of dry days in 2022 to help you plan your parties well in advance.

 

List of dry days in 2022:

  • 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, a few have it at the upper limit of 25.

 

Source – India Today

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