Don’t Let The Dry Days Dull Your Party Scenes: Here’s A List Of All Dry Days In India

Dry days are a curse to regular tipplers. It means no wine, whiskey, brandy, rum, tequila, gin or even a pint of beer made available by bars and lounges. 

Can you imagine going all the way to a pub only to find that it is a dry day? Beat dropin’ but mood crashin’ So, how does one solve the no-alcohol crisis, especially when dry days also happen to be holidays?  especially when you’re planning that night out or your annual blowout at your home. So, thank us later for we’ve rounded up this list of dry days in the coming months of 2018 just so you could buy alcohol and stock up before the dry spell hits you.

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Complete List of Dry Days in India in 2018

April 2018

April 14: Ambedkar Jayanti or Bhim Jayanti

April 29: Buddha Purnima or Vesak

May 2018

May 1: Maharashtra Day (in Maharashtra)

June 2018

June 2018

June 14 and 15: Eid Ul Fitr

July 2018

July 23: Ashadi Ekadashi (in Maharashtra)

July 27: Guru Purnima

August 2018

August 15: Independence Day

August 21: Bakrid

August 26: Raksha Bandhan (in select cities)

September 2018

September 2: Krishna Janmashtami

September 13: Ganesh Chaturthi (in select states/UTs)

September 21: Muharram

September 23: Ganesh Visarjan (in Maharashtra)

October 2018

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October 2: Gandhi Jayanti

October 8: Prohibition Week (in Maharashtra)

October 19: Dussehra

October 24: Valmiki Jayanti

November 2018

November 7: Diwali

November 21: Id-e-Milad

November 23: Guru Nanak Jayanti

November 24: Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur

December 2018

December 25: Christmas, Guru Purab


So fellas! mark these dates on your calendar and do not let a dry days stop you from having a party and some fun.




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