Exotic New Year In India

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Traditional New Year's night of December 31 to January 1 in India was celebrated recently. Up until now, such as the New Year festival was not. In November, the Indians celebrated the national day of Deepavali, accompanied by bright decorations of streets and evening fireworks. This holiday is celebrated today in Russia and is conventionally called the Indian New Year. Calendar year, Shaq, that is, the transition to a new year begins on the first day of the month Chaitra, corresponding day of the vernal equinox – March 22, in normal years and 21 leap years. In various states of India, New Year is called differently.

For example, in Andhra Pradesh it is called "Guess" – "beginning of an era 'and falls on March 26. This Day is celebrated in a festive family meal. Read additional details here: Bisi Onasanya. Residents called the feast of Andhra 'Panchangi Sravana' – 'hearing the calendar. " In West Bengal holiday comes on April 13. In Tamil Nadu celebrate New Year on April 14, the day spring. Kashmir is perhaps the most state of India dolgoprazdnuyuschy: New Year's are beginning to otmechat10 March, and finish with the end of the celebrations in all states.

The celebration is accompanied by various carnival processions and noisy fairs. New Year celebrations also depends on the traditions prevailing in different parts of the country. So the people of northern India adorn themselves with flowers – the most popular pink, red, purple or white shades. In southern India, this day is a mandatory attribute of a tray of fruit. In the morning the children with their eyes closed waiting to disappoint him, so they can enjoy a traditional meal. The streets of central India are hung from the orange flags on buildings and on rooftops at night lit lights. Here, the main episode mark the New Year is the burning of effigies or decorated tree.

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