Unless you are living in Gujarat, Nagaland, Bihar or Manipur or Lakshwadeep, has it it ever happened that you realize on a dry day that you don’t have any beer?
From Gandhi Jayanti to Republic Day to Independence day, here’s a list of dry days in India, so you can stock up your liquor supply before the D-day arrives.
January 26: Republic Day
January 30: Martyrs Day/Mahatma Gandhi’s death anniversary
February 21: Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
February 22: Guru Ravidas Jayanti
April 5: Ram Navami
April 9: Mahavir Jayanti
April 14: Ambedkar Jayanti and Good Friday
May 1: Maharashtra Day
July 4: Ashadhi Ekadashi
August 15: Independence Day
September 2: Bakri Id
September 5: Anant Chaturdashi
October 2: Gandhi Jayanti
October 8: End of Prohibition Week
December 2: Id-E-Milad
Another heads up: Dry days are also observed on days leading to elections.
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