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About New Years Eve

EventNew Years Eve
LocationAll over India
CategoryFestival
DateDec 31, 2018
Main AttractionThe festivities like parties, events, shows, fireworks etc are the main event New Year's Eve.
Overview/History

New Year's Eve is the last day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. It is celebrated all over the world on 31st December each year. Many countries celebrate New Year's Eve at evening social gatherings or events, where people dance, eat, drink and watch or light fireworks to mark the New Year. Some people also attend watch-night services in Churches which consist of singing, praying and preaching till midnight. The celebrations generally go on past midnight into January 1 which is New Year's Day.

Celebration

Different countries celebrate New Year differently. This is also seen in India where the cities will celebrate New Year's Eve differently than the small towns. Most celebrations take place in the major metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, etc. There are lots of shows, events, awards and parties organized all over India. Big and small celebrities and personalities perform as well as enjoy in these parties. Many Discs and Pubs organize big singers, DJs or local talent to liven up the night with their music and songs. Goa is the most visited destination during New Year's celebration both by Indian and foreign tourists.

Major events like live concerts and dances by Bollywood stars are also organized and attended mostly by youngsters. More often people like to celebrate the New Year Eve with their family. Hotels and resorts are also decked up in anticipation of tourist arrival and intense competition makes them entice the tourists with exciting New Year offers. Many people across the country also follow old tradition, Hindu community organize Pujas for a fruitful year ahead and the Christian community often go to church for a watch night service till midnight praying for blessing in the coming new year.







Last Updated on : August 24, 2018

     


     



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