Different New Year dates from different cultures

http://pceanairobieastpresbytery.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/New_Year_Fireworks-thumbnails.jpghttp://pceanairobieastpresbytery.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/New_Year_Fireworks-thumbnails.jpghttp://pceanairobieastpresbytery.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/New_Year_Fireworks-thumbnails.jpgDifferent New Year dates from different cultures

While people celebrate the New Year on January 1 in most parts of the world, some religions and cultures have completely different dates for the day. The standard Gregorian calendar that contains 365 days or 12 months ends on December 31 and begins on January 1. However, some cultures either celebrate the day later in the year and this is owed to the different calendars used in different parts of…Keep Reading