New Year 2013
The New Year is the day that marks the beginning of a new calendar year, and is the day on which the year count of the specific calendar used is incremented.
The New Year Day, International New Year Day, or specifically New Year of the Gregorian calendar that is in worldwide use today, falls on 1 January, continuing the practice of the Roman calendar.
When Is New Year?
New Year 2013
When Is New Year 2013? New Year 2013 falls on Tuesday, 1 January 2013. The date of New Year 2012 fell on Sunday, thus, in many countries, the New Year 2012 holiday (work off-day) was substituted to Monday, 2 January 2012.
New Year Celebrations Around The World
New Year is one of the most universally celebrated festivities around the world, regardless of countries, culture, traditions, or religions. Muslim countries, Chinese communities, Hindu worshipers, all have their own way to observe the holiday.
New Year 2013 in Singapore
In Singapore, the celebrations of New Year all boils down to party on the New Year Eve, with venues such as discotheque and beach parties are most eminent. New Year day itself is quiet rest day, after the actions of party the night before.
New Year 2013 in India
India country celebrates the New Year by partying with family and friends. All the discotheques, amusement parks, night clubs and even movie houses are crowded by people in all ages. The thought behind these gathering is to provide goodbye to former year and greet the New Year abundantly. People in the parties are noticed in vivid new dresses particularly chosen for the event. Usually, Indian party holds a festive idea. Be it a unique dress code or a color code – theme dressing enhances the mood of New Year’s Eve.
New Year 2013 in Lebanon
In Lebanon, Lebanese celebrate New Year season in their personal means. Some of them buy new clothes before the New Year arrive. Several cards with wishes and greetings for the New Year are obtainable in the markets. Gifts are exchanged with the families and loved ones. Some people embellish their homes to mark the New Year’s arrival. Friends and families are gathered and once the time strikes at twelve midnight, people greet each other and rejoice it with music and lavish feasts.
New Year 2013 in United Arab Emirates
Every people in UAE celebrate the New Year. However, the UAE leaders have their personal means of celebrating this holiday. The variety starts once the Big Ben’s bell sounds. Dubai’s leader socialites go to the dinner at the Black-Tie Gala that held at the harbor patio in Le Meridien Mina Seyahi. As having an amazing dinner they can view the wonderful firecrackers.
New Year 2013 in Jordan
People in Jordan celebrate the New Year at their houses. January 1 is their public holiday. People choose to enjoy and relax at their homes after meeting deadlines and working hard through the whole year. Some people crowd the bars, nightclubs and restaurants. Countdown parties are also held in expensive hotels. Young people are drinking and dancing in the disco till dawn.
New Year 2013 in Malaysia
Celebration of New Year in Malaysia take place in hotels, discotheques, nightclubs, restaurants, as well as in the homes of people, with a touch of party cosmopolitan. Some people go to the churches, temples, and shrines to pray for the better New Year. New Year in Malaysia is celebrated by Malays, Chinese, Indians and other communities with equal zeal.
New Year 2013 in Pakistan
Celebration of New Year in Pakistan is spotted by a diverse due to the difference and distinct background. Different provinces and regions of this country have their diverse reasons to rejoice the season and their means of celebrating it might vary as well. People in the mountain hill like the mountainous Chitral region watch this season as the collect time of walnuts and grapes.
New Year 2013 in Philippines
Additionally, midnight mass or media noche is one of the significant New Year traditions in the Philippines. Also, firecrackers are very famous in this place and have a big role in the New Year practice in Philippines. Skies is lit with divers sort of firecrackers which signifies prosperity and happiness all through the year. In the Philippines fireworks are recognized as “paputok”.
New Year 2013 in Japan
The Japanese New Year is celebrated according to the Gregorian calendar, on January 1 of each year. As such, New Year’s Day in Japan is one of the most important annual festivals and has been celebrated for centuries with its own unique customs. Due to the importance of the holiday and the preparations required, the preceding days are quite busy, particularly the New Year’s Eve, known as ?misoka.
Happy New Year 2013 !
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