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New Year Celebration

May the new year bring new goals, new happiness, and new blessings. Wishing you a new year loaded with happiness!

New Year's Day is the first day of the year. It celebrates both the successes of the past year and the hopes for the coming year. The start of the year is celebratedon January1st. This is per the Gregorian calendar used by much of the world. The end of the previous year, New Year's Eve, is celebrated on December31st.

The celebration part is obvious. As our birthdays do, New Year's Day provides us the chance to celebrate having made it through another 365 days, the unit of time by which we keep chronological score of our lives.

New Years marks a date of newly found happiness and a clean slate. For many celebrating New Years, it is their opportunity to learn from the prior year and make positive changes in their life.happy New Year. A wish said around the start of a new year to wish someone well for the New Year or for the entire year.

The first day of the start of an every year as been celebrated by countries and cultures around the world for thousands of years. Different countries and cultures use different

calendars and have different starts to the year.

In our school Gajera vidyabhavan Sachin, our tiny tods welcome new year with dance and hope that on new year, they will come to school and meet their teachers and friends.They had new year resolusion like to eat healthy food and be natural always.We started it with last day of the year as we arrange 'Dabba Party' virtually and Students enjoy a lot.

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