New Years of the world

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s amazing to know that not all people around the world celebrate New Year on the 1st of January. Here are some that I saw in Wikipedia:

New Years of the world (aside from January 1):

January 7
Ethiopian Orthodox Church

January 14
Eastern Orthodox Church

between January 21 and February 21
Chinese, Vietnamese

January through March
Tibetan

March 19
Kashmir

March 20 or 21
Iran; Parsis (India), Zoroastrianism, Baha’i Faith, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Uighurs, Thelemic philosophy

March 26
Balinese-Javanese

March or April
Telugu, Andhra Pradesh, TamilNadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka (India); Sindhi of Pakistan

April 1
Assyria

between April 13-15
Punjabi/Sikh, Nepal; Bengal (Bangladesh); Assam, Orissa, Manipur, Kerala (India), Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia; Yunnan Province (China)

June
Kutch (India and Pakistan)

September 11
Coptic Orthodox Church

September 16-18
Jews

between September and October
Gujarati Communities

October 30
Murador Tribe (Australia)

November 1
Neo-Paganism

Now we know.

Thank God I saw the coming of 2012.
hehehe

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