Interesting Facts About New Year
Facts About Happy New Year : Machoo Facts wishes you all a very Happy New Year – May the year 2020 be with you, may God protect you. Today we are presenting some amazing information related to New Year with you, hope you will like it very much-
Facts About New Year
- The world’s first New Year was created by the Babylonian people about 4000 years ago.
- Around 1 billion people watch TV on New Year’s Day.
- About 61% of the people in the world pray on this day.
- Only 22% of people in the world fall asleep before midnight.
- New Year dates in China vary every year. The New Year date in China falls between 21 January to 20 February.
- In olden times, the first day of the new year, people who used to see them first used to give them blessings or blessings. Therefore, people mostly stayed close to their families on this day.
- If we consider the report of the Crime Bureau, New Year’s Day has the maximum number of vehicle thefts than any other holiday.
- On this day in Italy, everyone wears red colored underwear. They consider it auspicious for the whole year.
- On this day, people take new resolution. The highest resolution made in 2019 was – to lose weight
- 153 BC The Roman Senate declared the new year as 1 January.
Facts About Happy New Year
1. According to the New Year tradition in Spain, people go out of the house to eat grapes at midnight on New Year’s Eve.
2. In many parts of America, the New Year is celebrated by peas and other legumes, as it is considered a good variety in all cultures.
3. 1582 was revived on 1 January, which according to the Gregorian calendar is still made in all countries today. 1 January is made as a big festival all over the world.
4. January, which is called the first month of the year, is named after Lord Janus, according to the Roman calendar, Lord Janus has two faces, one forward and one back.
5. The New Year is still celebrated by some as the Christ circumcision festival.
6. Celebrating the new year has neither scientific significance nor is it considered to have any astronomical significance, but in some countries it is celebrated as the arrival of spring and the arrival of a new crop.
7. Fireworks on new year’s eve, According to the time of ancient people, it is believed to drive away evil spirits, and bring good luck to pass.