Friday, December 31, 2010

The significance of New Year's Day as envisaged & flashed by me on the f.b. on December 31,2010

Bishwa Nath Singh:

New Year's Day seems to me to be the oldest of all holidays and celebrated everywhere in the world. New Year's Day mark the end of one calendar year and beginning of another with joy ,happiness & many reminisces of the past. The date of New Year's Day varies in countries across the globe this is because different countries and communi...ties follow different calendars. Most countries in the world have adopted Gregorian calendar and celebrate their New Year Day on January 1. It is the celebrations of this New Year Day that I wish to wish to all of you t be a fabulous one. While celebrating the New Year Day, we welcome the coming year and bid adieu to the old. Usually, the people at large express their wish that the new year will be filled with health, happiness and prosperity for themselves and all their dear ones whether they are living near by or far & wide. The worshipping, to God, feasting and merry-making are integral part of New Year's Day celebrations. Let us celebrate New Year with fabulous resolution to be good & remain well to others and strive hard to promote ‘Global Peace and Universal Brotherhood” to accomplish its task very successfully!


(  Photo of  New Year's Greeting

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Bishwa Nath Singh :
A very happy New Year to you.

.Rajeev Awasthi:
 Lotwara Same to u & Parnaam

Vivek Yadav :
“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” HAPPY NEW YEAR ~ 2011 नव वर्ष मंगलमय हो ..

Anil Kumar :



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