New Delhi: Liquor sales in the country rise during the New Year’s celebration. However, there are many days when the selling of booze will remain illegal throughout the country. The day is known as Dry Day, and it is a doomsday for tipplers.
So, let’s see how many dry days there will be in the year 2023. That is, no liquor will be sold on certain days. Because many individuals find out after they arrive at the liquor store that the day has been proclaimed a dry day.
|January 14||Makar Sakranti||In some states|
|January 26||Constitution Day||All over India|
|January 30||Martyrs Day||All over India|
|March 08||Holi||In some states|
|March 30||Ramnavmi||In some states|
|April 04||Mahavir Jayanti||In some states|
|April 07||Good Friday|
|April 14||Ambedkar Jayanti|
|June 29||Ashadhi Ekadashi||In some states|
|July 03||Guru Poornima||In some states|
|August 15||Independence Day||All over India|
|September 06||Janmashtami||In some states|
|September 19||Ganesh Chaturthi||In some states|
|September 28||Ananth chaturdashi & Eid-E-Milad||In some states|
|October 02||Gandhi Jayanti||All over India|
|October 24||Dussehra||In some states|
|October 28||Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti|
|November 12||Diwali||All over India|
|November 27||Guruparv||In some states|
All Indian states have designated significant national holidays like the days of Republic Day (January 26), Independence Day (15 August), and Gandhi Jayanti (2 October) to be dry days.
Aside from these dates, each state has a dry day to commemorate local festivities and anniversaries. Even cities can have dry days. All of the liquor stores in the area are still closed. Aside from that, the selling of booze is prohibited in places where voting will take place for 48 hours in advance.