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Happy New Year 2023

What is New Year’s Eve? New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest occasions in the calendar year for most places in the world, which means there’s a fascinating history surrounding how it’s celebrated, stretching back to the start of recorded history.

There are also multiple ways people celebrate the new year, whether it be fireworks in a city through our modern-day era or Spain’s tradition for people to stay at home, at least until 12 o’clock, and they like to see in the New Year by eating 12 grapes at the stroke of midnight. No matter the way of celebrating the new year, there is something different, but also something unique about it.

History what set the date to be starting of January

Ancient Babylon

The earliest record of a New Year’s celebration comes over 4,000 years ago from the ancient Babylonians. They didn’t celebrate New Year at the same time we do, though. Instead, the New Year was marked by a big celebration at the spring equinox. To the rest of us, that’s the point of the year when the days start to become longer than the nights. Because they lived in the Northern Hemisphere, this was usually some point in late March.

The Babylonians knew how to party. In fact, they celebrated the New Year with an 11-day festival, which involved a different ritual on each day. Not too much is known about this, but what we do know is pretty exciting.

The Romans

Though we might think of the Romans as belonging to ancient history, they cropped up a whopping 1,500 years after the earliest traces of Babylonia! Anyway, they loved a good New Year’s party too. They were also the first people to celebrate New Year’s Day when we do, on 1st January.

There’s a good reason for this. The Roman calendar was originally aligned with the sun, but over time, it fell out of sync. So, to bring it back up to speed, Caesar added 90 days! This is the equivalent of roughly two extra months. As part of this, it was decided that each year would start at the beginning of Janus, after the god of new beginnings.

The Middle Ages

In Christian, medieval Europe, the leaders of the Church didn’t like the idea of the New Year being celebrated on a Roman feast day, so they played around with the dates a little. At first, they changed the start of the year to the 25th of December, and then, deciding that Christmas is best left alone, to the 25th of March. Eventually, Pope Gregory XIII realized that there was nothing wrong with the old way of celebrating New Year, so he changed the date back to the 1st of January, in 1582.

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Holidays in 2023

Date NameType
1 JanSundayNew Year’s DayRestricted Holiday
14 JanSaturdayMakar SankrantiRestricted Holiday
14 JanSaturdayLohriObservance
15 JanSundayPongalRestricted Holiday
22 JanSundayLunar New YearObservance
26 JanThursdayRepublic DayGazetted Holiday
26 JanThursdayVasant PanchamiRestricted Holiday
5 FebSundayGuru Ravidas JayantiRestricted Holiday
5 FebSundayHazarat Ali’s BirthdayRestricted Holiday
14 FebTuesdayValentine’s DayObservance
15 FebWednesdayMaharishi Dayanand Saraswati JayantiRestricted Holiday
18 FebSaturdayMaha Shivaratri/ShivaratriRestricted Holiday
19 FebSundayShivaji JayantiRestricted Holiday
7 MarTuesdayDolyatraRestricted Holiday
7 MarTuesdayHolika DahanaRestricted Holiday
8 MarWednesdayHoliGazetted Holiday
21 MarTuesdayMarch EquinoxSeason
22 MarWednesdayChaitra SukhladiRestricted Holiday
22 MarWednesdayUgadiRestricted Holiday
22 MarWednesdayGudi PadwaRestricted Holiday
30 MarThursdayRama NavamiGazetted Holiday
4 AprTuesdayMahavir JayantiGazetted Holiday
6 AprThursdayFirst day of PassoverObservance
6 AprThursdayMaundy ThursdayObservance, Christian
7 AprFridayGood FridayGazetted Holiday
9 AprSundayEaster DayRestricted Holiday
14 AprFridayVaisakhiRestricted Holiday
14 AprFridayAmbedkar JayantiObservance
15 AprSaturdayMesadi / VaisakhadiRestricted Holiday
21 AprFridayJamat Ul-Vida (Tentative Date)Restricted Holiday
22 AprSaturdayRamzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar (Tentative Date)Gazetted Holiday
22 AprSaturdayRamzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar (Tentative Date)Muslim, Common local holiday
1 MayMondayInternational Worker’s DayObservance
5 MayFridayBuddha Purnima/VesakGazetted Holiday
9 MayTuesdayBirthday of RabindranathRestricted Holiday
14 MaySundayMother’s DayObservance
18 JunSundayFather’s DayObservance
20 JunTuesdayRath YatraRestricted Holiday
21 JunWednesdayJune SolsticeSeason
29 JunThursdayBakrid/Eid ul-Adha (Tentative Date)Gazetted Holiday
3 JulMondayGuru PurnimaObservance
29 JulSaturdayMuharram/Ashura (Tentative Date)Gazetted Holiday
6 AugSundayFriendship DayObservance
15 AugTuesdayIndependence DayGazetted Holiday
16 AugWednesdayParsi New YearRestricted Holiday
20 AugSundayVinayaka ChathurthiRestricted Holiday
29 AugTuesdayOnamRestricted Holiday
30 AugWednesdayRaksha Bandhan (Rakhi)Restricted Holiday
6 SepWednesdayJanmashtami (Smarta)Restricted Holiday
7 SepThursdayJanmashtamiGazetted Holiday
19 SepTuesdayGanesh Chaturthi/Vinayaka ChaturthiRestricted Holiday
23 SepSaturdaySeptember EquinoxSeason
28 SepThursdayMilad un-Nabi/Id-e-Milad (Tentative Date)Gazetted Holiday
2 OctMondayMahatma Gandhi JayantiGazetted Holiday
15 OctSundayFirst Day of Sharad NavratriObservance, Hinduism
20 OctFridayFirst Day of Durga Puja FestivitiesObservance, Hinduism
21 OctSaturdayMaha SaptamiRestricted Holiday
22 OctSundayMaha AshtamiRestricted Holiday
23 OctMondayMaha NavamiRestricted Holiday
24 OctTuesdayDussehraGazetted Holiday
28 OctSaturdayMaharishi Valmiki JayantiRestricted Holiday
31 OctTuesdayHalloweenObservance
1 NovWednesdayKaraka Chaturthi (Karva Chauth)Restricted Holiday
12 NovSundayNaraka ChaturdasiRestricted Holiday
12 NovSundayDiwali/DeepavaliGazetted Holiday
13 NovMondayGovardhan PujaRestricted Holiday
15 NovWednesdayBhai DujRestricted Holiday
19 NovSundayChhat Puja (Pratihar Sashthi/Surya Sashthi)Restricted Holiday
24 NovFridayGuru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom DayRestricted Holiday
27 NovMondayGuru Nanak JayantiGazetted Holiday
8 DecFridayFirst Day of HanukkahObservance
15 DecFridayLast day of HanukkahObservance
22 DecFridayDecember SolsticeSeason
24 DecSundayChristmas EveRestricted Holiday
25 DecMondayChristmasGazetted Holiday
31 DecSundayNew Year’s EveObservance

Best New Years Messages for 2023 | Wishes

  • Wishing you a Happy New Year 2023 with the hope that you will have many blessings in the year to come.
  • Out with the old, in with the new: may you be happy the whole year through. Happy New Year!
  • Counting my blessings and wishing you more. I hope you enjoy the New Year in store.
  • I resolve to stop wasting my resolutions on myself and use them to repay you for the warmth you’ve shown me. Happy New Year!
  • Nights will be dark but days will be light, wishing your life to be always bright – Happy New Year.
  • Let us look back at the past year with the warmest of memories. Happy New Year.
  • Let the old year end and the New Year begin with the warmest of aspirations. Happy New Year!
  • One more year loaded with sweet recollections and cheerful times has passed. You have made my year exceptionally uncommon, and I wish this continues forever. With you around, each minute is a unique event for me. I wish you to have a year as incredible as you are.
  • On this New Year, I wish that you have a superb January, a dazzling February, a Peaceful March, an anxiety-free April, a sensational May, and joy that keeps going from June to November, and then round off with an upbeat December.
  • On this New Year, may you change your direction and not dates, change your commitments and not the calendar, change your attitude and not the actions, and bring about a change in your faith, your force, and your focus and not the fruit. May you live up to the promises you have made and may you create for you and your loved ones the happiest New Year ever.
  • May this year bring new happiness, new goals, new achievements, and a lot of new inspirations on your life. Wishing you a year fully loaded with happiness.
  • Wishing every day of the new year to be filled with success, happiness, and prosperity for you. Happy New Year.
  • May the new year bring you warmth, love, and light to guide your path to a positive destination
  • Here’s wishing you all the joy of the season. Have a Happy New Year!

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