Alcohol lovers in house, this list is especially for you guy, drinking is a great way to celebrate and It’s always good to plan ahead because there can be nothing worse than making all the plans and then finding out that there’s a dry day, If there’s one thing that all daru lovers hate, it is dry day. Dry days can be a complete bummer because they tend to come when you’re least expecting them. So, we decided to help you, so that you don’t have to go through this feeling. For those of you who don’t know, dry days are those days when the sale of alcohol is not permitted either all over India or in some select states or cities. Dry days, also called ‘no alcohol days’ generally occur in most states on days of national or religious importance such as Republic Day, Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti.
Dry days can also be observed on election days which are particular to the specific state. There’s a minimum of one and a maximum of four dry days in a single month. We’ve made a complete list of all the dry days in Bangalore in 2020 that you’ll need to keep yourself updated about and plan your drinking parties accordingly., Follow this list, so that you can keep in mind all the dry days and load up on your stock well in advance. Bookmark the dates on your calendar, so that you never end up changing your plans because you don’t have alcohol.
|January 15th||Makara Sankranti|
|January 26th||Republic Day|
|January 30th||Mahatma Gandhi’s death anniversary|
|February 18th||Swami DayanandSaraswatiJayanti|
|February 21st||Maha shivratri|
|April 2nd||Rama Navami|
|5th July||Guru Purnima|
|15th August||Independence Day|
|2nd October||Gandhi Jayanti|
|31st October||Valmiki Jayanti|
|1st November||Kannada Rajyothsava|
|14th November||Naraka Chaturdashi, Balipadyami|