Dry Days in Mumbai and India Year 2021 to 2025

Well I am saint or Mahatma but drinking is bad habit and you should coup up with it. Btw The people of Mumbai and Maharashtra have an extra dry day on May 1st due to Maharashtra Day, the Maharashtra State Formation Day. Here is the list of all dry Days from 2021 to 2022 to 2025 during which the sales of alcohol are not allowed for people of India and Mumbai. I have included the list of dry days for next five years. Save or bookmark this page for future.

Save this list and respect the decorum of Dry days and please avoid drinking for a good health. Most Indian states celebrate dry days on important national festivals and occasions such as Republic Day (26 January), Independence Day (15 August) and Gandhi Jayanti (2 October). Certain days where the sale of alcohol in a state is not allowed are declared by the government as a so-called dry day. Banned days are also announced when elections are held in the state.

What is the dry day?

A dry day is a day where the government bans the sale of alcohol in shops, clubs and bars on a particular day or day marked by a festival or election day. In India, including Delhi and Mumbai, Mumbai tops the list of the dry days of the year in the first month of the year. It is a certain date in the calendar year when bars and liquor stores close for sale.

List of Dry days in Mumbai and India for Year 2022 to year 2025

Dry days in India are associated with days of religious or national significance on which the sale of alcohol is prohibited throughout the country, except in selected cities and states. This list for next 5 years from 2021 to 2025 of dry days for India and Mumbai will help you set the exact day when you cannot buy alcohol in local bars and shops.    

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List of Dry Days in Mumbai for year 2021

August

10th (Tuesday) – Muharram   

15th (Sunday) – Independence Day   

30th (Monday) – Janmashthami

September

10th (Friday) – Ganesh Chaturthi

19th (Sunday) – Anant Chaturdashi

October

2nd (Saturday) – Gandhi Jayanti

8th (Friday) – Prohibition Week (Maharashtra)

15th (Friday) – Dussehra

18th (Monday) – Eid-e-Milad

20th (Wednesday) –  Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti

November

4th (Thursday) – Diwali

14th (Sunday) – Kartiki Ekadashi

19th (Friday) – Guru Nanak Jayanti

December

25th (Saturday) – Christmas

List of Dry day in Mumbai and India for Year 2022 to year 2025 (Five Years)

Festivals and OccasionsYear 2022Year 2023Year 2024Year 2025
Makar Sankranti14 January, Saturday14 January, Sunday14 January, Monday14 January, Tuesday
Republic Day26 January, Thursday26 January, Friday26 January, Saturday26 January, Sunday
Shaheed Diwas30 January, Monday30 January, Tuesday30 January, Wednesday30 January, Thursday
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti19 February, Saturday19 February, Sunday19 February, Monday19 February, Wednesday
Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti26 February, Saturday15 February, Wednesday5 March, Tuesday23 February, Sunday
Mahashivratri1 March, Tuesday18 February, Saturday8 March, Friday26 February, Wednesday
Holi18 March, Friday8 March, Wednesday25 March, Monday14 March, Friday
Good Friday15 April, Friday7 April, Friday29 March, Friday18 April, Friday
Ambedkar Jayanti14 April, Thursday14 April, Friday14 April, Saturday14 April, Monday
Ram Navami10 April, Sunday30 March, Thursday17 April, Wednesday6 April, Sunday
Mahavir Jayanti14 April, Thursday4 April, Tuesday21 April, Sunday10 April, Thursday
Maharashtra Day1 May, Saturday1 May, Sunday1 May, Monday1 May, Wednesday
Eid ul-Fitr3 May, Tuesday22 April, Saturday10 April, Wednesday31 March, Monday
Ashadi Ekadashi10 July, Sunday29 June, Thursday17 July, Wednesday6 July, Sunday
Guru Purnima13 July, Wednesday3 July, Monday21 July,  Sunday10 July, Thursday
Muharram8 August, Monday28 July, Friday17 July, Wednesday6 July, Sunday
Independence Day15 August, Monday15 August, Tuesday15 August, Wednesday15 August, Friday
Janmashthami18,19 Aug, Tue, Fri6,7 Sep, Wed, Thu26 August, Monday15,16 Aug, Fri, Sat
Ganesh Chaturthi31 August Wednesday19 September, Sat7 Sept, Saturday27 August, Wednesday
Anant Chaturdashi9 September, Friday28 September, Thursday17 September, Tuesday6 September, Saturday
Gandhi Jayanti2 October, Sunday2 October, Monday2 October, Tuesday2 October, Thursday
Prohibition Week (Maharashtra)8 October, Saturday8 October, Sunday8 October, Monday8 October, Wednesday
Dussehra5 October, Wednesday24 October, Tuesday12 October, Saturday2 October, Thursday
Eid-e-Milad9 October, Sunday28 September, Thursday17 September, Tuesday6, September, Saturday
Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti9 October, Sunday28 October, Saturday17 October, Thursday7 October, Tuesday
Diwali24 October, Monday12 November, Sunday1 November, Friday20 October, Monday
Kartiki Ekadashi4 November, Friday23 November, Thursday12 November, Tuesday2 November, Sunday
Guru Nanak Jayanti8 November, Tuesday27 November, Monday15 November, Friday5 November, Wednesday
Christmas25 December, Sunday25 December, Monday25 December, Tuesday25 December, Thursday
List of Dry days in Mumbai and India for Year 2022 to year 2025

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Concept of Dry Day in India and respective states

A dry day is a religious or national festival when alcohol is not on sale in bars, pubs and liquor stores. The only thing we have in common with that long list of dry days in Mumbai in 2020 is that we won’t get our favourite booze like any other day. We want to prepare you for these dark days so that you do not run out of alcohol at the last minute.

Many states, including Maharashtra, strictly abide by the alcohol ban for a week for festivals, religious celebrations and national holidays like Gandhi Jayanti, Mahalaya Amavasya, Dussehra, Eid-e-Milad, Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti and so on. This is a gesture of goodwill rather than a blanket ban on the sale of alcohol. Maharashtra has nine official dry days in the calendar year on which the district collectors are authorized to prohibit the sale and distribution of spirits during general elections and elections to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly as a rule of the 1949 Maharashtra Prohibition Act.

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