Happy New Year 2018!

The celebration of New Year dates back centuries. Perhaps the first known instance of celebrating the advent of a new year was instituted in 2000 BC in Mesopotamia. Today, in many countries, New Year’s Day, also called New Year’s or New Year, is observed on January 1, which is the first day of the year on the modern Gregorian as well as the Julian calendar. New Year’s has become probably the most widely-celebrated holiday worldwide. It is brought in at the stroke of midnight on December 31 in different time zones, often with fireworks and parties. December 31, known as New Year’s Eve, is celebrated with much pomp and fervour. New Year celebrations differ across countries and cultures, but some things remain the same. Apart from the fanfare and parties, most people celebrate the beginning of a new year by calling up family and friends, mending quarrels, setting goals for self-betterment and donating to charity. It is a significant holiday as many consider it the start of not just a new year but also an opportunity to start on a clean slate. The New Year brings with it new hopes, new possibilities and new dreams – and is therefore a happy occasion that is brought in with parties, get-togethers and joyous celebrations. People set goals, known as new year resolutions, in order to achieve targets they have set for themselves.


As you turn the leaf for another new chapter in your life, a promising new year awaits you. Another 365 days of hidden opportunities that you would be exploring as you go along the new year 2018. This is a time to embrace the gift of life, to show gratitude towards your dear ones – your friends, family, colleagues, neighbours and relatives for being there for you, to make new year resolutions and check the boxes as you embark on the new year’s journey.


Happy New Year 2018: Importance of New Year’s

Each year, around the globe, New Year’s Day is celebrated with great fervour and merrymaking. A new year marks a new beginning. You can celebrate the beginning of 2018 by setting goals for yourself, making resolutions for self-betterment, spending time with your family!
We wish you and your loved ones a very happy New Year 2018!



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