Dry Days In Delhi 2020: List Of No-alcohol Days In The Capital City In 2020

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Dry days in Delhi 2020 is when alcohol is not served for the entire day. Check out the complete list of month-wise distribution of dry days in the capital city.

Written By Aditi Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Dry days can turn into a big party spoiler alert. Dry days in metropolitan cities can be a big deal as the lifestyle in these cities comprises of hectic schedules and chilled out weekends. Here, alcohol consumption is said to be more as compared to that of other cities. Delhi is one of the party capitals of India and dry days in Delhi can spoil many plans. Therefore, it is better to have knowledge about the dry days in Delhi in 2020 so that you have amazing parties throughout the year. 

What is a dry day and why is it declared so?

A dry day is a specific day in a calendar year when the sales of alcohol are banned. This includes every club and restaurants where alcohol is served in the city. These days can be any Government holiday or state-level holidays due to elections, etc. 

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List of dry days in Delhi in 2020

Date Day Festival
January 15, 2020 Wednesday Makar Sankranti
January 26, 2020 Sunday Republic Day
February 21, 2020 Friday Maha Shivratri
March 10, 2020 Tuesday Holi
April 2, 2020 Thursday Ram Navmi
April 6, 2020 Monday Mahavir Jayanti
April 10, 2020 Friday Good Friday
May 1, 2020 Friday Maharashtra Day
May 7, 2020 Thursday Buddha Purnima
May 24, 2020 Sunday Eid Ul-Fitr
July 31, 2020 Friday Bakra Eid
August 11, 2020 Tuesday Janamashtmi
August 15, 2020 Saturday Independence Day
August 30, 2020 Sunday Muharram
October 2, 2020 Friday Gandhi Jayanti
October 25, 2020 Sunday Vijay Dashmi
October 30, 2020 Friday Eid-e-Milad 
November 14, 2020 Saturday Diwali
November 30, 2020 Monday Guru Nanak Jayanti
December 25, 2020 Friday Christmas

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Basic information about alcohol consumption

  • The legal age of drinking alcohol in Delhi is 25 years. 
  • Drinking and driving is strictly prohibited. It is counted as a criminal offence. 
  • Always carry ID proof when visiting a place where alcohol is served and consumed. 

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