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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2021

Jan. 1, 2021, 7:41 p.m. by Karuwaki Speaks ( 346 views)

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New Year is celebrated all over the world with great enthusiasm and fun. Earlier, it was a Roman calendar which was having only ten months and designated 1st march as the new year.

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In the Gregorian calendar, there are 12 months in every year and the new year falls on January 1st which is widely accepted and celebrated the festival. New Year's Day is an optional holiday.

Celebrations:

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It is a special day for the people After the Christmas celebration people wait for the 31st night that is the day when we recall all the good and bad memories of the whole year and say goodbye to the going year and welcoming the New Year. People are celebrating this day with music and dance. On the midnight of 31st December and on 1st January there is a celebration of New Year in India and all over the world.

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One of the most iconic New Year's traditions is the ball-drop at New York City's Time Square the ball drop has been a tradition since 1907, with the first New Year's Eve Ball having been a 700-pound sphere made out of iron, wood and 100 light bulbs. Since the first ball drop in 1907, a total of seven different versions of the New Year's Eve Ball have been designed. Eventually, the ball evolved into the new (and coolest) version that it is today: a brightly patterned orb covered with LED lamps and Waterford Crystal panels that weighs in at nearly 12,000 pounds!

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The New Year tree is made, it is a unique thing for children and adults, which is the object that can be seen in every house during the holiday. The whole family takes participation in decorating a tree, with toys, candles, and different New Year Lights. Children consider a tree to be mysteries because the Russian Santa Clause hides the presents under this tree.

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Many days before there is a preparation of cakes for the New Year, at the parties, there is a New Year cake cutting ceremony at midnight — this way people enjoy the parties and celebrate the New Year festival.

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Traditionally, the New Year is celebrated on 1 March, but it is celebrated on 1 January due to its greater religious significance. Due to the increasing trend of Western civilization in India, the New Year Day 1 January is considered a very important festival day for India. On this day, there is a wave of positive emotion in everyone’s mind. Everyone leaves their old negative thoughts and starts to do something good and golden.

Karuwakispeaks Team wishes you a very happy & prosperous new year,with good health,peace & progress.


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