A Complete List Of 2021’s Dry Days In India – May You Never Go Sober

A Complete List Of 2021’s Dry Days In India – May You Never Go Sober

Good things take time and a lot of times, they also take some planning ahead. Common knowledge is that every year, there are some designated days when you are not allowed to buy alcoholic drinks. Quite the bummer otherwise, like all good things, the best you can do is stock up for a rainy day! That way, you won’t be in the dumps when such rainy days come by because sure as hell, they will!

So, before hopping onto that favourite pub of yours, make sure to keep a tab on those dry days so that your weekends and holidays are always fun and fabulous.

Here’s Homegrown updating you on a list of dry days in 2021.


1. January 14: Makar Sankranti

2. January 26: Republic Day

3. January 30: Mahatma Gandhi’s Death Anniversary


February 19: Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahavir Jayanti

February 27: Guru Nanak Jayanti


March 8: Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti

March 11: Maha Shivratri

March 29: Holi


April 2: Good Friday

April 14: Ambedkar Jayanti

April 21: Ram Navami

April 25: Mahavir Jayanti


May 1: Maharashtra Day (only in Maharashtra)

May 12: Eid Ul Fitr

May 13: Eid Ul Fitr


July 20: Ashadi Ekadashi (only in Maharashtra)

July 24: Guru Purnima (only in Delhi and Maharashtra)


August 10: Muharram

August 15: Independence Day

August 30: Janmashtami


September 10: Ganesh Chaturthi

September 19: Anant Chaturdashi (only in Maharashtra)


October 2: Gandhi Jayanti

October 8: Prohibition Week (only in Maharashtra)

October 15: Dussehra

October 18: Eid-e-Milad

October 20: Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti


November 4: Diwali

November 14: Kartik Ekadashi

November 19: Guru Nanak Jayanti

November 24: Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day (only in Delhi & Punjab)


December 25: Christmas

For more information, you can visit the National Portal of India.

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