October 2 is Gandhi Jayanti, a day that celebrates the birth anniversary of father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. And this year being the 150th birth anniversary of the Mahatma, several special programmes are held to mark the anniversary. October 2 being a national holiday is also a dry day. List of Dry Days in Mumbai 2018: Check Complete Calendar with Dates When Alcohol is Not For Sale in The City.
The most dreaded day for an alcohol lover is the 'No Alcohol Day.' Dry Days are specific days in India when the sale of alcohol is not permitted and there is nothing much you can do about it. These days are either of religious or national importance, which is why liquor shops and bars are prohibited from serving alcohol to customers. List of Dry Days of 2018 in India: Check Dates When Alcohol is Not For Sale.
Dry days mean no wine, whiskey, brandy, rum, tequila, gin or even a pint of beer made available by bars and lounges. Apart from festivals both religious and national, they are also observed on polling and results days as instructed by Election Commission of India.