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New Year in different countries topic

New Year in different countries topic for 2023-2024 year
New Year’s traditions around the world include a variety of celebrations. The holiday is celebrated on different dates, national calendars are used. The day on which the New Year is celebrated, as a rule, is a day off. Significant events and holidays are presented by month Help us Help us 

New Year’s Calendar for 2023-2024 year

March 2023

Saturday 25 March - Pisan New Year; Historic start of the new year (Lady Day in England, Wales, Ireland, and the future United States until the adoption of the Gregorian calendar in 1752. The year 1751 began on 25 March; the year 1752 began on 1 January. It is one of the four Quarter days in Ireland and England)

April 2023

Saturday 15 April - Bengali New Year (or Poila Boishakh. Sri Lankans begin celebrating their National New Year)

June 2023

Wednesday 21 June - Yhyŕkh in Yakutia (traditional summer meeting, Yakut New Year); Andean New Year in Bolivia (On the 21st of June, Bolivia observes a national holiday in recognition of the Aymara who inhabit the West of Bolivia and Southern Peru)
Thursday 22 June - Inti Raymi and Indian Day (Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador)

July 2023

Tuesday 18 July - Muslim New Year (The Islamic New Year, also known as Arabic New Year, Muharram or Hijri New Year is the day that marks the beginning of a new Hijri year)

September 2023

Monday 11 September - Nayrouz (Coptic Orthodox Church)
Tuesday 12 September - Enkutatash in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Rastafari (Celebrated on the first day of Mäskäräm)
Friday 22 September - French Republican New Year (the first day "Grape" in the Month of Vendémiaire. The first day of Miķeļi in ancient Latvia)

November 2023

December 2023

January 2024

Tuesday 2 January - Happy Mew Year for Cats Day (The founders, Tom and Ruth Roy, wanted cats to have a very special New Year's celebration all to themselves)
Friday 12 January - Yennayer (Berbers, Amazigh New Year); Traditional Day of Offerings in Bhutan (celebrated on the first day of the twelfth month of the Bhutanese calendar. In eastern Bhutan, the first day of the 12th Bhutanese month is celebrated as a New Year)
Sunday 14 January - Azhyrnykhua in Abkhazia (Old New Year, and its related observance)
Wednesday 24 January - Tu Bishvat (the fifteenth day of Shevat. The New Year for trees or ט"וּ בִּשְׁבָט)

February 2024

Sunday 4 February - Rissun - Early Spring (Risshun - リッスン - New Year in Japan)
Saturday 10 February - Korean New Year (is based on the Chinese lunisolar calendar. Date of 2024); Lunar New Year

March 2024

Traditions for the New Year

The national traditions of each country are as unique as the combination of cultures of its inhabitants can be. The arrival of the New Year is always the most striking event, which is arranged, sometimes prepared for several days before its arrival. For example, in Italy, it is customary to greet the holiday on the street with kisses. The Italians celebrate by throwing out of the windows unnecessary junk and all sorts of old things, making room for new ones. Saying goodbye to the old and welcoming the next year, even though, like water, years and time run by, it is a kind of invisible frontier that approaches with evening, followed by night and the point of some holy culmination for many, and then the first morning of the New Year, full of mystery and hope.
New Year’s Eve fireworks in the cities (in the Chinese tradition they ward off evil spirits), decorating windows, houses and streets with colorful garlands on New Year’s Eve, the custom of giving gifts for children and for each other, holiday performances, brightly colored outfits and wreaths of flowers, a holiday dinner or an impressive party characterize the spirit of celebration in most countries.

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