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30 January 2020 | 1 min read

Here Is A Complete List of Dry Days In Delhi For 2020

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Technically speaking, dry days are specific days on which liquor shops remain shut, most of which coincide with major festivals or national holidays. Realistically speaking, they’re also the only days we get to actually unwind and party. Well, with our list of dry days this year you won’t have to worry about when to stock up, and never ruin another party!

Wed, 15 January – Makar Sakranti
Sunday, January 26 – Republic Day
Thursday, January 31 – Mahatma Gandhi Death Anniversary
Tue, February 18 – Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
Thursday – Saturday, 6-8 February – Delhi Elections
Tuesday, 11 February – Delhi Election Results
Fri, February 21 – Maha Shivratri
Tue, March 10 – Holi
Thursday, April 2 – Ram Navmi
Monday, April 6 – Mahavir Jayanti
Friday, April 10 –  Good Friday
Thursday, May 7 – Buddha Purnima
Sunday, May 24 – Eid Ul Fitr
Wed, July 1 – Ashadi Ekadashi
Friday, July 31 – Bakrid
Tue, August 11 – Janmashtmi
Sat, Aug 15 – Independence Day
Sun, August 30 – Muharram
Fri, Oct 2 – Gandhi Jayanti
Sun, Oct 25 – Dussehra
Fri, Oct 30 – Eid-e-Milad
Saturday, November 14 – Diwali
Mon, Nov 30 – Guru Nanak Jayanti
Fri, Dec 25 – Christmas

by Mary Martina
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