Happy New Year 2020: See How People Around The World Enjoy & Celebrate New Year Festival


New Year is the first day of the coming year according to the calender’s year count. A new year is celebrated almost all around the world. This day is also marked as National holidays n some of the countries around the world. We would like to inform you all that the date is decided by the English Calendars like Gregorian Calendar, Roman Calendar, and the Julian Calendar. There are so many calendars in which people figure their New Year numerically but most of the people do not. Gregorian Calendar is followed globally. And that’s the main reason why New Year is celebrated on 1st January. In most countries, people used to follow their own calendar according to their traditions. Israel, China, India, and so many other countries continue to celebrate their New Year on different dates.

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New Year’s Eve: In most of the countries the Eve of New Year is celebrated On December 31 evening where all the families, friends gathered, used to dance, drink enjoy fireworks, and the celebration continues till the next day which is 1st Jan 2020. People enjoy their New Year’s eve with their family, friends and some used to enjoy by attending official events.

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Happy New Year 2020

How People Celebrate 1st January 2020: People in India indulge in different activities like attending parties, dancing dressing colorfully, movie theatres and so on. People greet and wish each other by messages, greeting cards, gifts. Also, people used to decide their New Year resolution which is an age-old tradition.some of the resolution is of doing Hard work, changing habits.

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So many of the cities organize concerts which are attended by the stars and other well-known personalities from all across the country. There are so many others who used to celebrate their New Year with close friends and family members. Its a great plan to goodbye to the Year 2019 and welcome the New Year 2020 in the hope of happiness and joy. Earlier, the new year was celebrated on March 1 but now, that is switched to January 1 as it is considered more religious according to western culture.

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Happy New Year 2020: See How People Around The World Enjoy & Celebrate New Year Festival

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