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“New year is the glittering light to brighten the dream-lined pathway of future”.

New Year's Day is a festival observed in most of the world on 1 January, the first day of the year in the modern Gregorian calendar. 1 January is also New Year's Day on the Julian calendar, but this is not the same day as the Gregorian one.

Nearly the entire world recognizes New Year’s Day on January 1st. It’s also one of the most celebrated holidays of the year.

The new year has been celebrated for millennia. The earliest record of new year’s celebrations occurred during Babylonian times. However, January 1st wasn’t always the designated day. For example, the first new moon after the vernal equinox ushered in the new year at one time. These festivities occurred in Martius (March), the first month in the early Roman calendar, which only had ten months.

King Pompilius later added the months Januarius (named for Janus, the pagan god of gates, doors and beginnings) and Februarius bringing the calendar to 12 months. It was Julius Caesar who created the Julian calendar, which most closely resembles the Gregorian calendar a majority of the world follows today.

Celebrating the first day of the year in the appropriately named month of January, Romans made sacrifices to Janus, giving gifts and general revelry. With his two faces, the god Janus was able to look toward the past and forward to the future.

To mark the annual celebration of New Year for the year 2022, a grand virtual program was organized in Gajera International school.

Our school welcomed the arrival of the new year with great passion and enthusiasm. All the learners, educators and vice principal of our school were united to celebrate with joy, refreshment and entertainment

The learners done the activity and wrote their wishes in the origami airplane and said bye bye corona virus and welcoming the 2022 with performed various dances. A small skit was also enacted by the educators signifying the importance of happiness in one’s life.

“No matter how hard the past, you can always begin again.”

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