Thursday, 5 December 2019

New Year

New Year is celebrated on different days all over the world, and in different regions of India also the new year begins at different times. But according to the English calendar, January 1 is considered as the beginning of the new year. Since the end of one year on 31 December, the new English calendar year begins on 1 January. Therefore, this day is celebrated as a festival to celebrate the new year.
As the year is new, it is welcomed with new hopes, new dreams, new goals, new ideas. The belief behind celebrating the new year is that if the first day of the year is celebrated with enthusiasm and happiness, then the year will be spent with the same enthusiasm and happiness. However, according to the Hindu calendar, the new year does not begin from January  1. The Hindu New Year begins with Gudi Padwa. But celebrating New Year on 1 January also contributes significantly to unity among all religions, why everyone celebrate it together. From the night of 31 December, people start celebrating the new year by gathering in different groups in many places and at 12 o'clock midnight, everyone wishes each other new year.

The new year marks a new beginning and one always learns to move forward. Whatever we have learned in the old year, learning from what succeeded or failed, we should move forward with a new hope. Just as we do not get sad at the end of the old year but welcome the new year with great enthusiasm and joy, in the same way, we should not be sad about the time spent in life. Instead of thinking about what has passed, welcome the opportunities that come and try to improve life through them.
 Party is organized in many places in the joy of New Year which is entertained by
 dancing and singing along with delicious dishes as well as fun games. Some people
 start the New Year by remembering God by organizing religious programs.

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