Dry Day in Delhi 2020 List: Complete List of Dry Days

What is a Dry Day? Where will it affect? Dry Day in Delhi 2020

Dry Day is a day in which all the liquor shops are closed, dry day mainly are on major festivals or on national holidays. A Dry Day in Delhi might be slightly different from other states. A Dry Day can be on any state holiday, the national holiday, major festivals, epidemic situations (Coronavirus in 2020), and on Election Day as well as Election Day Results.  Dry Day includes no sale of alcohol in all the government Liquor Shops (Theka’s), Restaurants, Bars, Clubs, Pubs, etc.

So, if you’re planning a party in Delhi in 2020, do check our dry day in Delhi 2020 list. People always check the dry day list a day or two before organizing a party in the year 2020, because you never know…

Full List of Dry Day in Delhi

WednesdayJanuary 15, 2020Makar Sankranti
SundayJanuary 26, 2020Republic Day
ThursdayJanuary 31, 2020Mahatma Gandhi Death Anniversary
TuesdayFebruary 18, 2020Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
Thursday-SaturdayFebruary 6-8, 2020Delhi Elections
TuesdayFebruary 11, 2020Delhi Elections Results
FridayFebruary 21, 2020Maha Shivratri
TuesdayMarch 10, 2020Holi
Wednesday-Sunday (Expected)March 25-May 3, 2020Coronavirus Lockdown
ThursdayApril 2, 2020Ram Navmi
MondayApril 6, 2020Mahavir Jayanti
FridayApril 10, 2020Good Friday
ThursdayMay 7, 2020Buddha Purnima
SundayMay 24, 2020Eid Ul Fitr
WednesdayJuly 1, 2020Ashadi Ekadashi
FridayJuly 31, 2020Bakra Eid
TuesdayAugust 11, 2020Janmashtami
SaturdayAugust 15, 2020Independence Day
SundayAugust 30, 2020Muharram
FridayOctober 2, 2020Gandhi Jayanti
SundayOctober 25, 2020Dussehra
FridayOctober 30, 2020Eid-e-Milad
SaturdayNovember 14, 2020Diwali
MondayNovember 30, 2020Guru Nanak Jayanti
FridayDecember 25, 2020Christmas

Dry Days in Delhi 2020 by Months

Dry Day in January 2020

In January, there are 3 dry days on the occasion of Makar Sankranti (Wed, January 15, 2020), Republic Day (Sun, January 26, 2020) and Mahatma Gandhi Death Anniversary (Thu, January 31, 2020).

Dry Day in February 2020

In February, Six dry days on the occasion of Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti (Tue, February 18, 2020), Delhi Elections (Thu-Sat, February 6-8, 2020), Delhi Elections Results (Tue, February 11, 2020) and Maha Shivratri (Fri, February 21, 2020).

Dry Day in March 2020

In March, technically only one dry day in Delhi on the occasion of Holi (Tue, March 10, 2020) but due to coronavirus pandemic liquor shops are closed from March 25 till further notice by government.

Dry Day in April 2020

In April, technically 3 dry days in Delhi on the occasion of Ram Navmi (Thu, April 2, 2020), Mahavir Jayanti (Mon, April 6, 2020) and Good Friday (Fri, April 10, 2020). But Due to Coronavirus Lockdown, it is closed until further notice.

Dry Day in May 2020

In May, technically there are 2 dry days in Delhi in 2020 on the occasion of Buddha Purnima (Thu, May 7, 2020), and Eid Ul Fitr (Sun, May 24, 2020). But Due to Coronavirus epidemic liquor stores will be closed until further notice by Delhi Government.

Dry Day in June 2020

Congratulations Booze Lovers. In June, there is No Dry Day in Delhi 2020. I Repeat No Dry Day. Cheers to June.

Dry Day in July 2020

In July, there are two dry days in Delhi on the occasion of Ashadi Ekadashi (Wed, July 1, 2020), and Bakra Eid (Fri, July 31, 2020).

Dry Day in August 2020

In August, there are three dry days in Delhi in 2020 on the occasion of Janmashtami (Tue, August 11, 2020), Independence Day (Sat, August 15, 2020) and Muharram (Sun, August 30, 2020).

Dry Day in September 2020

In September, there are No Dry Days in Delhi in 2020.

Dry Day in October 2020

In October, there are three dry days in Delhi on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti (Fri, October 2, 2020), Dussehra (Sun, October 25, 2020) and Eid-e-Milad (Fri, October 30, 2020).

Dry Day in November 2020

In November, there two dry days in Delhi on the occasion of Diwali (Sat, November 14, 2020) and Guru Nanak Jayanti (Mon, November 30, 2020).

Dry Day in December 2020

In December, there is only one Dry day in Delhi on the occasion of Christmas (Fri, December 25, 2020).

Rules for Alcohol Consumption as Per the Government

  • In Delhi, the legal age of alcohol consumption is 25 years at least.
  • If you found drunk while driving, you’ve to pay a fine of Rs 2000 and imprisonment up to 6 months, as per the motor vehicle act 1988 section 185.
  • In Restaurants, Bars, Pubs, etc always carry your Identity proof.

Disclaimer: We do not promote the use of liquor in any kind we are just providing the information about dry days. Also, do use cab or auto if you’re drinking in restaurants, pubs or bars, etc.

Do Not Drink and Drive.

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