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Monday, January 1, 2018

JAN 1, 2018 - 8:21 AM ET - HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

QUOTE FOR THIS POST

"The new year is a cause for celebration, but remember, all world cultures do 

not celebrate New Year's on the same day of the year."

Forrest Caricofe

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WHAT'S ON MY MIND TODAY

**Happy New Year!

"New Year Around the World. The Gregorian calendar is generally accepted 

across the globe, and according to it, New Year commences every 365 days on 

January 1. But many countries follow different New Year Calendars as part of 

their tradition, and celebrate their traditional New Year according to that 

calendar." http://www.123newyear.com/newyear-around-the-world/.

"Not all cultures celebrate New Year's Day on January 1. Here are 11 that have 

their New Year's on another day.

1. Chinese New Year - February 8, 2016. 



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2. Seollal (Korean New Year) - February 8, 2016.

3. Nyepi (Balinese New Year) - March 9, 2016.

4. Nowruz (Iranian New Year) - March 20, 2016.

5. Ugaadhi (Telegu and Kannada New Year) - April 8, 2016.




#ugadi celebrations. Happy Ugadi everyone. #coconuthead wishes for everyone 

to have a great year ahead. 

6. Aluth Avurudda (Sinhalese New Year) - April 14th, 2016.

7. Puthandu (Tamil New Year) - April 14, 2016.




Yesterday was Tamil New Year - lots of amazing rangoli pavement art made 

from chalk powder #rangoli #pavementart #tamilnadu #tamilnewyear #India 

#adventuresofruth #gadv

8. Diwali (Marwari and Gujarati New Year Day) - October 30, 2016.

9. Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) - October 2 to October 4, 2016.

10. Raʼs as-Sanah al-Hijrīyah (Islamic New Year) - October 3, 2016.

11. Aboriginal Murador New Year. October 30, 2016.

Updated Updated 31 December 2015. By Shami Sivasubramanian.

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/11-cultures-that-don-t-celebrate-new-year-s-

day-on-jan-1

It appears to me that October is a magic month, I was born on October 27th and 

the 4 cultures above celebrate the start of their New Year from October 2 

to October 30th. If I can remember, I'll celebrate with them and celebrate for 7 

days instead of 1.





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