Dry Days in Delhi: List of Dry Days (No Alcohol Days) in Delhi







Dry Day in Delhi 2017: List of Dry Days (No Alcohol Days) in Delhi

Usually Dry day happens on festivals, birthday of famous people who sacrificed their whole lives for India, national festivals and State election day. As per the government rules and regulations the sale of alcohol is banned on these days

Here is the list of Dry Days (no alcohol days) in Delhi 2018:

DateDayReason for Dry Day in Delhi 2018
26th JanuaryFridayRepublic Day
31st JanuaryWednesdayGuru Ravidass Jayanti
10th FebruarySaturday
Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
14th FebruaryWednesdayMaha Shivaratri
2nd MarchFridayHoli
25th MarchSundayRam Navami
29th MarchThursdayMahavir Jayanti
30th MarchFridayGood Friday
30th AprilMondayBuddha Purnima
16th JuneSaturdayEid ul-Fitr*
15th AugustWednesdayIndependence Day
22nd AugustWednesdayEid ul Zuha (Bakrid)
3rd SeptemberMondayJanmashtami
21st SeptemberFridayMuharram
2nd OctoberTuesdayGandhi Jayanti
19th OctoberFridayDussehra
24th OcoberWednesdayValmiki Jayanti
7th NovemberWednesdayDiwali
21st NovemberWednesdayBirthday of Prophet Mohammed
23rd NovemberFridayGuru Nanak Jayanti
24th NovemberSaturdayGuru Teg Bahadur Shahid Diwas

Legal age of drinking alcohol varies from states to states. In Delhi, the legal age is 25.Legal Age of Drinking Alcohol in Delhi

Also ReadDry Day List 2018 in Mumbai and Pune

Drunk Driving

It is highly suggested please don’t drive if you are drunk. Take a cab or call your friend/family member for driving the vehicle. In Delhi, the laws are very strict and also it is a very serious offense. There is no money fine, only court challan shall be made.







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