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New Year Day

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New Year Day is the first day of New Year according to the Gregorian Calendar. Everyone believes that in New Year, one can repent for his mistakes and promise to lead a better life in the upcoming year. Even the religions believe that New Year is afresh beginning; it is a rebirth for mankind. Every religion has its own unique way of celebrating New Year and its own New Year Gift Ideas.

Celtic New Year is celebrated on 1st November, which is the Celtic Feast of Samhain. The word Samhain in Gaelic means ‘summer’s end’.
The Celts have always celebrated the darkness and night, death and life, summer and winter, and night and day. Their year begins with An Geamhradh, the beginning of the dark Celtic winter and ends with Am Foghar, the Celtic harvest. Christianity found that there was a number of Celtic customs that were compatible with their religion and hence adopted them. The Church adopted Samhain as The Feast of All Saints or Hallow Tide and Oidhche Shamhna became HallowE’en, a day when weird and spooky gift ideas are exchanged.
The Islamic New Year is celebrated on the first day of Muharram, which is the first month of the Islamic Calendar. The purpose of New Year’s Day is to remind Muslims of the Hiraj or migration of Prophet Muhammed from Mecca to Medina. During the New Year Day, they gather in mosques, offer prayers and listen to readings from Koran. The Muslim’s New Year is known as Maal Hijra.

Surf through our website Dgreetings.com and know more interesting aspects of celebration of New Year’s Day and New Year Gift Ideas, not only regarding different religions but also about different countries. Keep browsing and keep yourself updated and informed about New Year Gift Ideas.
Whether it’s New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day, prepare in advance your New Year party celebration and organize properly your New Year’s event with New Year Party Invitations. New Year Party Invitations will help you to set the right tone for your gala party. If you want that magical kisses to happen at the stroke of midnight, remember to send your New Year Party Invitations first and make sure to send them out early.

However, before planning New Year Party Invitations, there are certain things to be considered. The first thing to be examined is the kind of party that is going to take place. Different parties require different party invitations. It also depends on the fact whether you are making a theme based party or not. Another most important aspect is the budget that will reflect the kind of New Year Party Invitation you have chosen or designed.

The different New Year Party Invitations can be a Bubbly New Year party card, Gold ribbon on Black background, Gold and Silver Invitation card, Toasting Invitations or Vivid Star in translucent Orange as background. There can Party Harty invitation, Martini Toast, Wine Glasses, Football or Bowling Feet, Masquerade Madness and so on as the background for the invitation cards. You can even have theme-based cards.

Dgreetings.com offers you amazing ideas on New Year Party Invitations and its planning. Browse through our website to know more about New Year Party and Party Celebrations.
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