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Here's A List Of Dry Days To Help You Be Prepared

A guide to all dry days you need to look out for

It was the 2nd of October – Gandhi Jayanti and a proclaimed ‘Dry Day' across the nation. I hope all of you were all stocked up and didn't have a disappointing time. 

So here's the thing, if you haven't guessed already, we at Binge, like it when you guys have a fun time. So don't let Dry Days get you down. Here is our gift to you, a list of all the dry days left in this year, so you can be better prepared.

Why do we have dry days?

Well, in the case of 2nd October, the day marks the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi – Father of the Nation, who strongly discouraged the consumption of alcohol. But totally giving up on booze, is not really possible, and the businesses involved directly or indirectly with it would incur huge losses. Hence, to pay respect to the great man and his views, his birthday is observed as a dry day across the nation. With all liquor shops closed for this day and all places serving alcohol, do not open their bars, this day is followed strictly.

Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are known as the second largest consumers of alcohol in the country. Hence, the alcohol market being shut for a day, definitely incurs a massive loss. But regular tipplers stock-up beforehand, so some things do get mitigated.

Now, the List of Upcoming Dry Days – as promised!



October 8: Prohibition Week (in Maharashtra)
October 19: Dusshera
October 24: Valmiki Jayanti

November 7: Diwali
November 21: Id-e-Milad
November 23: Guru Nanak Jayanti
November 24: Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur

December 25: Christmas, Guru Purab


So, guys mark your calendars and hoard your booze and don't let anything spoil your fun!

Culture

Here's A List Of Dry Days To Help You Be Prepared

A guide to all dry days you need to look out for

It was the 2nd of October – Gandhi Jayanti and a proclaimed ‘Dry Day' across the nation. I hope all of you were all stocked up and didn't have a disappointing time. 

So here's the thing, if you haven't guessed already, we at Binge, like it when you guys have a fun time. So don't let Dry Days get you down. Here is our gift to you, a list of all the dry days left in this year, so you can be better prepared.

Why do we have dry days?

Well, in the case of 2nd October, the day marks the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi – Father of the Nation, who strongly discouraged the consumption of alcohol. But totally giving up on booze, is not really possible, and the businesses involved directly or indirectly with it would incur huge losses. Hence, to pay respect to the great man and his views, his birthday is observed as a dry day across the nation. With all liquor shops closed for this day and all places serving alcohol, do not open their bars, this day is followed strictly.

Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are known as the second largest consumers of alcohol in the country. Hence, the alcohol market being shut for a day, definitely incurs a massive loss. But regular tipplers stock-up beforehand, so some things do get mitigated.

Now, the List of Upcoming Dry Days – as promised!



October 8: Prohibition Week (in Maharashtra)
October 19: Dusshera
October 24: Valmiki Jayanti

November 7: Diwali
November 21: Id-e-Milad
November 23: Guru Nanak Jayanti
November 24: Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur

December 25: Christmas, Guru Purab


So, guys mark your calendars and hoard your booze and don't let anything spoil your fun!

Culture

Here's A List Of Dry Days To Help You Be Prepared

A guide to all dry days you need to look out for

It was the 2nd of October – Gandhi Jayanti and a proclaimed ‘Dry Day' across the nation. I hope all of you were all stocked up and didn't have a disappointing time. 

So here's the thing, if you haven't guessed already, we at Binge, like it when you guys have a fun time. So don't let Dry Days get you down. Here is our gift to you, a list of all the dry days left in this year, so you can be better prepared.

Why do we have dry days?

Well, in the case of 2nd October, the day marks the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi – Father of the Nation, who strongly discouraged the consumption of alcohol. But totally giving up on booze, is not really possible, and the businesses involved directly or indirectly with it would incur huge losses. Hence, to pay respect to the great man and his views, his birthday is observed as a dry day across the nation. With all liquor shops closed for this day and all places serving alcohol, do not open their bars, this day is followed strictly.

Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are known as the second largest consumers of alcohol in the country. Hence, the alcohol market being shut for a day, definitely incurs a massive loss. But regular tipplers stock-up beforehand, so some things do get mitigated.

Now, the List of Upcoming Dry Days – as promised!



October 8: Prohibition Week (in Maharashtra)
October 19: Dusshera
October 24: Valmiki Jayanti

November 7: Diwali
November 21: Id-e-Milad
November 23: Guru Nanak Jayanti
November 24: Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur

December 25: Christmas, Guru Purab


So, guys mark your calendars and hoard your booze and don't let anything spoil your fun!

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