New Year Fireworks

New Year Fireworks

Enjoy New Year with Firworks. New Year Fireworks are the climax of new year. Fireworks are most popular thing in new year...

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New Year Sweets

New Year Sweets

Relishing Kaju Burfi, Besan Laddoo, Magdal Batisa N Burfi, Rolled Kaju Chocolate, Haldirams & Celebrations, Rasgulla...

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Traditional New Year

Traditional New Year

Traditionwise celebration of new year is different. Every state or country has their own history behind the celebration of new year...

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New Year Dance

New Year Dance

New Year Dance is the enjoying event of the New Year Party.
Without dance your party will be very bore...

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New Years Eve Acorss the World

New Years Eve Acorss the World

New Years Eve Acorss the World

UK

United Kingdom embraces the New Year as per the Gregorian calendar with partying with friends and relatives. In London, Thousands of people assemble along the Thames to enjoy the fireworks from the London as the Big Ben hits twelve formally marking the start of a New Season. Many people also assemble to party and by performing “Auld Lang Syne”.
There is also a tradition named as “First Footing”.In this tradition a tall, attractive dark (haired) male has to be the first visitor the house at midnight and has to come with a loaf of breads, a whisky bottle, some coal and salt. He has to put the coal in the fire and serve the breads and the drink to close relatives and wish them Happy New Year. He has to enter from main gate and exit from backdoor. He is considered to bring luck and success to family.

China

Chinese follow the Lunar Calendar and their New Year, known as "Yuan Tan" which may fall on any day between mid-January and mid-February. Chinese New Year celebration continues for ten to fifteen days and is celebrated with great fun and enjoyment. Beating of drums and cymbals are believed to drive away the evil while Lion Dance and feasting take care of the entertainment. Hundreds of lanterns are lit to welcome home the positive vibes. Friends and relatives visit each other exchanging red envelope containing money as a symbol of good luck.

Scotland

New Year is called Hogmonay in Scotland. Traditional celebrations include barrels of tar to be set alight and rolled through the streets. They believe that this way the old year is burned up and the new one is allowed to enter.

Denmark

New Year is celebrated in a very different manner in Denamrk. People believe that it would bring luck if they welcome the new year by standing on a chair and jumping from it as the clock strikes twelve. There is also one more tradition to throw a lot of dishes Another tradition is to collect dishes at the front door on the New Year’s Eve – the more the broken plates, the more friends one shall have in the coming Year.

Sri Lanka

New Year is known as Aluth Avurudhu in Sri Lanka, and falls in mid-April. Traditions include house cleaning, lighting of the lamps, herbal bathing, making tasty food, and strengthening of family relationships.