Dry days can suck the life out of you. How many times has it happened that you’re ready for a huge party, but it’s a dry day and it’s too late to go somewhere else for booze?

So, for your information, here’s a list of dry days in 2019. Because we’re nice like that.

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15 January: Makar Sankranti

21 January: Guru Ravidass Jayanti (Delhi)

26 January: Republic Day

30 January: Mahatma Gandhi’s death anniversary ( Maharashtra, Kerala, Rajasthan and Andaman & Nicobar Islands)

10 February: Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti

4 March: Maha Shivratri

20 March: Holi

4 March: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti (Maharashtra)

14 April: Ram Navami

17 April: Mahavir Jayanti

May 1: Maharashtra Day

12 May: Buddha Purnima

4 June-5 June: Eid-Ul-Fitr

16 July: Guru Purnima

11 August: Bakrid

15 August: Independence Day

15 August: Raksha Bandhan

24 August: Janmashtami

2 September: Ganesh Chaturthi

28 September: Muharram

2 October: Gandhi Jayanti

8 October: Dussehra

13 October: Valmiki Jayanti

27 October: Diwali

9-10 November: Eid-Ul-Milad

23 November: Guru Nanak Gurupurab

25 December: Christmas

There we go. You’re welcome.