New Year Time to Celebrate:
New Year marks the start of a new Gregorian calendar year. Celebrated commonly every year on January 1 in various new ways, the trend to examine this date as an important day in the calendar has spread worldwide. People at midnight hold special events, entertaining activities and majestic celebrations to welcome the New Year.
In many regions of the world, it is famous as a public holiday and the offices, institutions and business activities remain closed to observe Happy New Year. The New Year falls on Wednesday and is close to and people are busy with their plans to celebrate the start of the day with their own unique ideas.
New Year Eve:
Although the time zones of New Year celebration differ but celebrations for New Year festival kick off in advance. The zeal of people could be witnessed at market areas, hotels, pubs and other community centers as these places remain full before and on the day of celebration.
Most people consider New Year as the right time to support a resolution for the forthcoming year.
As a tradition to welcome the New Year, major incidents of the passing year are recalled on television, newspapers and radio which usually kicks off in early December.
Sending New Year cards carrying beautiful quotes is quite a modern practice which is much popular. People swap New Year Greeting cards to send warm New Year wishes that are easily available both in stores. Many wish to polish for innovative and lovely New Year gifts and cards to send warm New Year greetings to their family members and friends. Apart from sending cards and gifts the event is also celebrated by arranging delicious dinner that includes various delicious handmade items.
But with the development of technology, the fashion of sending New Year wishes is gradually shifting to mobile stage. The reason, its user friendly features of New Year SMS allow the sender to send text messages to another mobile number within the shortest span of time. These options are also made available to make the messages more personalised or simply say ‘Happy New Year by adding icons or smiley’s.
The New Year in India is also celebrated with great enthusiasm by following the Gregorian schedule which was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582. In Europe, the ceremony of New Year symbolizes as Baby New Year in