People all over the world have different styles. And as the new year approaches, this can be easily seen, for example, in your way of wishing your beloved. Some prefer New Years dates, while others opt for messages. The point here is: there are different New Years days that are celebrated all over the world. If you don’t believe, check it out.
Chinese New Year: Each year, the modification date occurs between January 21 and February 21. This depends on when the new moon of the first lunar month occurs. The 15-day ceremony is called the “Spring Festival” and is the most essential of the traditional Chinese festivals. This year is the Year of the Earth Pig. The festive atmosphere will be at its peak with all kinds of celebrations.
Islamic New Year – This is also known as the Hijri New Year. It comes on the 1st of Muharram, which is the first month of the Islamic calendar. Unique prayers are enchanted and the appearance of the new moon is recorded in mosques. This rather Islamic celebration of the New Year will begin on August 30, 2019.
Thai New Year: It is also known as Songkran and is celebrated from April 13 to 15. One of the main activities is the splashing of the water. Thais throw boxes of water, garden hoses to soak each other, and even use squirt guns. The water is emblematic in the hopes that it will transmit enough rainfall in the coming year. All Buddha images and statues are also cleaned for prosperity and good luck.
Ethiopian New Year: It is also known as Enkutatash, which means “gift of jewels”. This year it will start on January 1. They are sung, danced and celebrated while people rejoice in the spring festival. Some cities have impressive religious celebrations even though it is not entirely a religious holiday.