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Dry Days in 2017. No Alcohol Days in Delhi Mumbai in 2017 India

Dry Days in 2017. No Alcohol Days in Delhi Mumbai in 2017 India

Dry Days in 2017. Days on which no Liquor will be Sold by Retail Outlets, Hotel Chains and Restaurants in Delhi, Mumbai, NCR and other Cities in 2017 India

 

Dry Days in 2017 in India

Sale of Alcohol is Banned on Dry Days. National Dry Days Pan India are:- Republic Day, Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti and other days are as per State Government Legislation

Below are List of Dry Days in India in 2017. Apart from it - Sale of Alcohol will also be banned on State Election Day

Time from September 2017 till 4th November 2017 month can be bit tough for Regular Drinkers as sale of Alcohol would be banned for 10 days in this Period

2017 Dry Days Ocassion (Reason for Dry Day)
14th January Makar Sakranti - in some cities
26th January Republic Day
30th January Martyr Day as Assassination of Father of Nation - MK Gandhi (in 3 States - Maharashtra, Kerala, Rajasthan and 1 UT - Andaman & Nicobar Island)
10th February Guru Ravidas Jayanti (Dry Day in Delhi)
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19th February Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti (in Maharashtra)
21st February Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
24th February Maha Shivratri
13th March Holi
5th April Ram Navami
9th April Mahavir Jayanti
14th April Good Friday, Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti
1st May Maharashtra Day (For Mumbai, Pune and Cities in Maharashtra)
10th May Buddha Purnima
26th June Idu'l Fitr 
4th July Ashadi Ekadashi (Only in Maharashtra - Mumbai, Pune and other Cities)
14th August Janamashtami
15th August Independence Day
25th August Ganesh Chaturthi (in Select States / UTs)
2nd September Bakrid
5th September Ganesh Visarjan (Mumbai: Maharashtra)
30th September Dussehra
1st October Muharram
2nd October Mahatami Gandhi Birthday
5th October Valmiki Jayanti
8th October Prohibition Week - Mumbai, Pune Thane (Maharashtra)
19th October Diwali
1st November Kartiki Ekadashi
4th November Guru Nanak Jayanti
24th November Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur
2th December Id-e-Milad
25th December Christmas / Guru Purab

Disclaimer - List might not be comprehensive

 

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Legal Age of Drinking in India

Surprisingly - Legal Drinking Age Varies in States in India. While Drinking Alcohol is allowed from age of 18 yrs in Goa - same is permitted from age of 25 in Delhi. While - as per Law in Maharashtra (Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur etc) - for alcohol consumption - a person should carry a liquor license obtained from Civil Hospital in Maharashtra.

» Age of 18 - Sikkim, UP, Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh, Goa, Pondicherry

» Age of 25 - Punjab, Meghalaya, Haryana, Maharashtra, Union Territory - Delhi, Chandigarh

» Age of 21 - Rest all other States, Only Beer in Maharashtra

Alcohol Banned in - Andaman & Nicobar Island, Gujarat, Lakshadweep, Manipur, Mizoram

 

Drinking & Driving Offence

Drunken Driving is a Serious Offence in which Court Challan Provision along with Impoundment of Vehicle is Provision is there. Repeat Offense will be Rs. 5000 Fine + upto 2 yrs Imprisonment. Apart from Fine - Its Risky for Self Own Life to do drunken driving

Offence is applicable for any person under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving found to have an BAC - Blood alcohol Content level exceeding 30 mg per 100 ml of blood detected by a breath analyzer

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Comments 12

Guest - Sajid on Tuesday, 11 October 2016 04:21

Opinion...

State must have a Alcohol Ban or No Alcohol Ban...
Concept of Dry Day itself should be Ban...
Any way peoples purchase Alcohol in advance or they purchase in black if they forget to stock on Dry Day....
What is the meaning to keep Dry Day in india while major peoples drink on this day...

Opinion... State must have a Alcohol Ban or No Alcohol Ban... Concept of Dry Day itself should be Ban... Any way peoples purchase Alcohol in advance or they purchase in black if they forget to stock on Dry Day.... What is the meaning to keep Dry Day in india while major peoples drink on this day...
Guest - RAJU on Tuesday, 12 April 2016 12:14

next dry day 14 15 april 16

next dry day 14 15 april 16
Guest - Anshuman kislay on Monday, 25 January 2016 01:17

hii can u please tell me will wines be available in the shops on 26 January 2016 in Delhi.

hii can u please tell me will wines be available in the shops on 26 January 2016 in Delhi.
Guest - Dhruti on Tuesday, 19 January 2016 06:20

Hi Gagan

Can you please tell me if its a dry day on 30th Jan in Pune??

Hi Gagan Can you please tell me if its a dry day on 30th Jan in Pune??
Guest - Ravi on Monday, 06 April 2015 14:18

Hi Gagan ,
Can you tell me , will Five star hotels able to serve you alcohol on dry day ?? i am planning to have a function on May 1 in Mumbai

Hi Gagan , Can you tell me , will Five star hotels able to serve you alcohol on dry day ?? i am planning to have a function on May 1 in Mumbai
Guest - anu on Friday, 06 March 2015 11:29

;) dray day 6 march

;) dray day 6 march
Guest - V on Thursday, 05 February 2015 13:32

Hi gagan .. Could you please help me understand the serving restrictions at private functions on these days say the 6th night .. And if it is possible then where ..in delhi ncr ...

Hi gagan .. Could you please help me understand the serving restrictions at private functions on these days say the 6th night .. And if it is possible then where ..in delhi ncr ...
Gagan Modi on Thursday, 05 February 2015 16:14

@ V
Highlighting the Election Commission Notification during Polling :-
> No Liquor should be given or distributed at a hotel, eating house, tavern, shop or any other place, public or private, within polling area, during 48 hrs Period
> No liquor shops, hotels, restaurants, clubs and other. establishments selling/serving liquor, shall be permitted to sell/serve liquor to anyone whosoever, on the aforesaid days.

@ V Highlighting the Election Commission Notification during Polling :- > [b]No Liquor should be given or distributed[/b] at a hotel, eating house, tavern, shop or any other place, [b]public or private, within polling area[/b], during 48 hrs Period > No liquor shops, hotels, restaurants, clubs and other. establishments selling/serving liquor, shall be permitted to sell/serve liquor to anyone whosoever, on the aforesaid days.
Guest - Jayesh Patel on Friday, 30 January 2015 15:52

today is the dry day in Maharashtra

today is the dry day in Maharashtra
Guest - Mr Booze on Friday, 30 January 2015 22:38

M at a bar... N they told me its dry day. WTF!

M at a bar... N they told me its dry day. WTF!
Guest - himanshu on Tuesday, 13 January 2015 21:08

Hi Gagan.. Could you please help me out here.. Can you please confirm the dry days for this year's Delhi elections to be held on 7th Feb?? also, are the dry days applicable in Noida & Gurgaon also?? And are the dry days 2 days before the election day?

Hi Gagan.. Could you please help me out here.. Can you please confirm the dry days for this year's Delhi elections to be held on 7th Feb?? also, are the dry days applicable in Noida & Gurgaon also?? And are the dry days 2 days before the election day?
Gagan Modi on Wednesday, 14 January 2015 10:09

@ Himanshu

Considering precedence for last election
Yes - Dry days will be there in NCR Territory too in closer by cities of adjoining states - UP, Haryana, Rajasthan
Also - yes Dry Days are expected to be from evening of 5th February and expected to continue till 7th February late evening in Delhi - it lasts for 48 hrs

Also - day on which counting will be done will also be marked dry day.

@ Himanshu Considering precedence for last election Yes - Dry days will be there in NCR Territory too in closer by cities of adjoining states - UP, Haryana, Rajasthan Also - yes Dry Days are expected to be from evening of 5th February and expected to continue till 7th February late evening in Delhi - it lasts for 48 hrs Also - day on which counting will be done will also be marked dry day.
Guest
Wednesday, 29 March 2017