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Stock Up in Advance So That These Dry Days in 2020 Can’t Stop You From Boozing

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Its Feel like Broken Heart, when u want to Booze and get to know that Today is a Dry Day.

Every year Goverment of India declares some specific days as Dry Days. Mostly these days having any religious or national festival. On these days, All the Beer & Wine shop supposed to remain shut.

Dry Days in India

But keep this list in your mind so that you can enjoy your holidays without any guilt. Here is the list of all the Dry Days in 2020.

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DateDayOccasion
15 January 2020WednesdayMakar Sankranti
26 January 2020SundayRepublic Day
21 February 2020FridayMaha Shivratri
10 March 2020TuesdayHoli
2 April 2020ThursdayRam Navmi
6 April 2020MondayMahavir Jayanti
10 April 2020FridayGood Friday
1 May 2020FridayMaharashtra Day
7 May 2020ThursdayBuddha Purnima
24 May 2020SundayEid Ul Fitr
31 July 2020FridayEid Al Adha/Bakrid
11 August 2020TuesdayJanamastmi
15 August 2020SaturdayIndependence Day
30 August 2020SundayMuharram
2 October 2020FridayGandhi Jayanti
25 October 2020SundayVijay Dashmi/Dussehra
30 October 2020FridayEid e Milad
14 November 2020SaturdayDeepawali/Diwali
30 November 2020MondayGuru Nanak Jayanti
25 December 2020FridayChristmas

 

 

List of 2020 Dry DaysApart from these the voting day in any city or State also consider as a dry day.

Why dry day

Some days may change as per the State Government calendar. On Dry days Bars and Restaurants allowed to serve Alcohol apart from 26 January, 2 October and 15 August.

So check out the above list and don’t forget to stock up for your Drink buddies. Happy Boozing!!

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