So, New Year 2017 falls on Sunday, as per the calendar. People tend to have lots of fun, firecrackers and fireworks at the night of 31st December to welcome the New Year. Everyone wants a peaceful life ahead and that’s why people celebrate and pray to God to give them a happy and Joyful life. Taking resolution every New Year is another ritual which everyone follows. It is also a time to reunite with relatives, thus almost people meet with their friends, families, loved one at this time of the year.
This is the age of Gadgets and therefore, every person is fond of gadgets like, Android mobiles, Computer, Laptop, iPhone, etc. Using these inventions, they send New Year images, wallpapers, messages, SMS, Quotes, Jokes, Funny Pics to wish happy new year to their lovers and friends. Most of people start wishing New Year before 15 to 20 days of 1st January. New Year is a time of celebration and all countries people celebrate this day as per their cultures in some manner. Generally around the world people follow the Gregorian calendar, according to which New Year Day falls on 1st of January.
However there are some countries that have their own distinct New Year Day. Chinese People celebrate New Year in February. Last year, the Chinese New Year came on 8th Feb and this year the Chinese New Year Date is 28th January 2017 that will come on Monday. People of China put up Chinese New Year pics on the walls, paste zealous poems on it to their doors and decorate their houses with red lanterns.
With hope to cast away bad luck, Chinese people set off firecrackers and fireworks while celebrating New Year’s Day. People wear new clothes as well as send Chinese New Year images, wallpapers, pics, SMS, greetings by using Whatsapp, Facebook, google plus (G+), Twitter, etc to each other.
Chinese New Year is also called Chinese festival which is celebrated according to the traditional Chinese solar calendar. New Year celebrations are also known as Spring Festival in China. Celebrations traditionally run for at least 15th day between 21 January and 20 February. This time, the first day of Chinese New Year 2017 falls on Saturday, 28th of January.