Now, it is the end of the year: time to start fresh, new, make resolutions and get ready for 2020.
But as the world counts down to midnight, let’s take a small look at the question why people around the world are celebrating the New Year.
It turns out that the new year wasn’t always on Jan. 1, and still isn’t in some cultures.
Nowadays, 1st Jan is almost universally recognized as the beginning of the New Year. But some country like Afghanistan, Ethiopian, Iran, Nepal, and Saudi Arabia rely on their own calendrical conventions.
People of different religions also celebrate their New Year’s at different times. For example, the Jewish calendar is lunar, and its New Year’s eve, Rosh Hashanah, is usually celebrated between the month of September and October. Also, the Islamic calendar is lunar, and the timing of the new year can drift uniquely. For instance, in 2018, the Islamic New Year was celebrated on 11 September 2018, while it will come on 31 August 2019 in 2019. The Chinese calendar is also lunar, but the Chinese New Year falls between the Saturday, 25 January in 2019.
Why Do We Celebrate New Year’s?
There are a lot of reasons for celebrating the new year’s are:
- we celebrate the new year’s for that we pray for new dreams, wishes and hopes of our life at the end of the year and takes some decisions for the new year.
- Also, we wish them others with greetings cards, wishes, and quotes on New Year’s.
- For the enjoyment and for parties dinner with friends and family.
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