List of Dry Days in India in 2023

Dry Days are considered the days when the sale of alcohol is not permitted and are usually observed on National Holidays, major festivals, and also during elections in India. This year’s Dry Days have been declared already and we have listed down the dates when the sale of liquor won’t be available in India in 2023.

List of Dry Days in India in 2023

1. Dry Days in January 2023

January 14, Saturday – Makar Sankranti
January 26, Wednesday – Republic Day
January 30, Sunday – Mahatma Gandhi Death Anniversary




2. Dry Days in February 2023

February 19, Saturday – Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahavir Jayanti
February 26, Saturday – Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti

3. Dry Days in March 2023

March 1, Tuesday – Maha Shivaratri
March 18, Friday – Holi




4. Dry Days in April 2023

April 10, Sunday – Ram Navami
April 14, Thursday – Ambedkar Jayanti and Mahavir Jayanti
April 15, Friday – Good Friday
April 22, Saturday – Eid-Ul-Fitr

5. Dry Days in May 2023

May 1, Saturday – May Day

6. Dry Days in June 2023

June 29, Thursday – Ashada Ekadashi

7. Dry Days in July 2023

July 3, Monday – Guru Purnima
July 29, Monday – Muharram




8. Dry Days in August 2023

August 15, Tuesday – Independence Day

9. Dry Days in September 2023

September 6, Wednesday – Janmashtami
September 19, Wednesday – Ganesh Chaturti
September 28, Thursday – Anant Chaturdashi and Eid-e-Milad




10. Dry Days in October 2023

October 2, Monday – Gandhi Jayanti
October 8, Sunday – Prohibition Week (Maharashtra)
October 24, Tuesday – Dussehra
October 28, Saturday – Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti

11. Dry Days in November 2023

November 12, Sunday – Diwali
November 23, Thursday – Karthika Ekadashi
November 27, Monday – Guru Nanak Jayanti




12. Dry Days in December 2023

December 25, Monday – Christmas

 

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