Dry Days in 2022 in India, Free PDF Download: Check Full List in New Year Calendar With Festival & Event Dates When Alcohol Will Not Be Available for Sale in Bars, Pubs and Liquor Shops

The holiday season is upon us with all the joy and joy. And as we enjoy the last day of 2021, most people are sure to focus on planning their adventures for 2022. As we begin the countdown to New Years 2022, marking our calendars for festivals to remember, there is one more important thing. do. Noting the dry days in 2022 is crucial to ensuring that one has the most fun all year long! Whether it’s to make sure your weekend party and chilling scenes don’t get dry or just chilling out with your loved ones, knowing the Dry Days 2022, as well as the 2022 Festival Calendar, is crucial. Now, as you know, Dry Days are days when the sale of alcohol in bars, pubs and liquor stores is prohibited according to Laws on alcohol in India. These days generally fall on religious events, festivals, national holidays, and during elections. You can download the List of dry days 2022 in India with dates of festivals and events in PDF format for free online.

In addition to our annual list of 2022 New Years planners, cool looking new calendars and journals, you’re investing in some quality drinks for those sudden weekend plans! Well, as you make your own plan for next year, here is a comprehensive list of Dry Days 2022 that will help you make the most of the new year.

List of dates of dry days in 2022 in India

Dates of dry days 2022 Why is it a dry day? If it’s state specific
January 14 (Saturday) Makar sankranti
January 26 (Thursday) Republic day
January 30 (Monday) The day of the Martyrs
February 19 (Saturday) Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti
February 16 (Wednesday) Guru Ravidas Jayanti Delhi
February 26 (Saturday) Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
March 1 (Tuesday) Maha shivratri
March 18 (Friday) Holi
April 10 (Sunday) Ram Navami
April 14 (Thursday) Ambedkar Jayanti and Mahavir Jayanti
April 15 (Friday) Good Friday
May 1 (Sunday) Maharashtra day Maharashtra
May 3 (Tuesday) Eid ul-Fitr
July 10 (Sunday) Ashadi Ekadashi Maharashtra
July 13 (Wednesday) Guru Purnima Maharashtra, delhi
August 8 (Monday) Muharram
August 15 (Monday) Independence Day
August 18/19 (Thursday / Friday)) Janmashtami
August 31 (Wednesday) Ganesh chaturthi
September 9 (Friday) Anant Chaturthi Maharashtra
October 2 (Sunday) Gandhi jayanti
October 5 (Wednesday) Dussehra
October 8 (Saturday) Prohibition Week Maharashtra
October 9 (Sunday) Eid-e-Milad and Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti
October 24 (Monday) Diwali
November 4 (Friday) Karthik Ekadashi
November 8 (Tuesday) Guru Nanak Jayanti
November 24 (Thursday) Guru Tegh Bahadur Martyrdom Day Delhi, punjab

We hope this list will be helpful for all of your plans for 2022. While the last two years have been exhausting and challenging, we hope that 2022 will be much more promising and hopeful for everyone. I wish you all a Happy New Year 2022!

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on December 30, 2021 at 10:13 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment, and lifestyle, please log in to our latestly website .com).

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