New Year’s Day is a cultural event celebrating the end of a year and the beginning of a new year.
It is the first official day of the year in many countries where the Gregorian calendar is used. It is celebrated separately from Christmas, which is a Christian feast and celebrates the birth of Jesus.
In many cultures, New Year’s Eve is consumed specially prepared foods and beverages and various funs are organized.
New Year In The World
> January 1: The first day of the year according to the Miladi-Gregorian calendar, which is used by most countries in the world, including Turkey.
> In the Hijri Calendar the New Year’s Mystery takes place at 1 of the month. The Hijri Calendar is 354 days for the Moon calendar. Therefore, according to Miladi reinforcements, the New Year’s Eve takes place 11 days before each year. Thus, during the year of Miladi in 2008 two New Year’s Eve ceremonies took place in the Hijri calendar.
> Roshashana (Hebrew New Year): Jewish New Year. It is celebrated 163 days after the Passover Festival.
> In the Eastern Orthodox Church, Christmas is celebrated on January 1 (Jesus’ birthday is January 7). However, eight of the 12 largest Eastern Orthodox churches have adopted the updated Juan calendar (Bulgaria, the Republic of Cyprus, Egypt, Poland, Romania, Syria, Turkey and Greece).
> Georgian, Israeli, Russian and Serbian Orthodox Churches continue to use Julien Calendar.
> The Chinese New Year is celebrated each year on the new moon day of the first moon moon, which roughly coincides with the spring. The exact date falls between January 21 and February 21, according to the Milady fortification. It is the most important holiday of the year in China.
> The New Year in the Iranian calendar is referred to as Nevruz and is celebrated at the beginning of spring (20 or 21 March).
> In Thailand, Cambodia and Laos, the New Year is celebrated from April 13th to April 15th.
MİLADİ (GREGORYEN) CALENDAR
Milady calendar or Gregorian calendar, instead of Julien calendar Pope XIII. It’s a calendar built by Gregory. The Earth accepts the 6-hour time of 365 days and the turn around the Sun as “1 year”.
The most widely used calendar in the world, the Miladic Calendar, is the most reliable and precise calendar with an error rate of 10.8 seconds per year.