All The Dry Days In 2020 You've Got To Beware Of!

Party public, we know ya’ll love a good drinking sesh, but in the spirit of planning ahead, we think ya’ll need to know exactly when it’s going to be a dry day. Basically, we’ve decided to list down the days when you can go stock up on the booze, and avoid that painful scenario of getting to a bar, only to realize that it’s sealed shut. Save this list for a rainy (booze-less) day!

January

15th (Wednesday) - Makar Sankranti

26th (Sunday) - Republic Day

30th (Thursday) - Shaheed Diwas (Mahatma Gandhi's Death Anniversary)

February

18th (Tuesday) - Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti

19th (Wednesday) - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti

21st (Friday) - Mahashivratri - Iss pe special dard hua.

March

10th (Tuesday) - Holi

And that's it. We can legit see you smiling right now.

April

2nd (Thursday) - Ram Navami

6th (Monday) - Mahavir Jayanti

10th - Good (Friday)

May

1st (Friday) (Ouch!) - Maharashtra Day

7th (Thursday) - Buddha Purnima

25th (Monday) - Eid-ul-Fitr

June

Kuch nahi hai! Rejoice!

July

1st (Wednesday) - Ashadi Ekadashi

31st (Friday) - Bakri Eid

August

12th (Wednesday) - Janmashtami

15th (Saturday) - Independence Day

21st (Friday) - Ganesh Chaturti

29th (Saturday) - Muharram

September

1st (Tuesday) - Ganesh Visarjan

The rest of the month, you can party it up!

October

2nd (Friday) - Gandhi Jayanti

8th (Thursday) - Alcohol Prohibition Week

25th (Sunday) - Dussehra

31st (Saturday) - Not Halloween (LOL) - Valmiki Jayanti

November

25th (Wednesday) - Kartik Ekadashi

30th (Monday) - Guru Nanak Jayanti

December

It truly is the month of parties. Bach gaye!