Happy New Year

I strongly believe that every new year is a new chapter of your life. I wish 2022 be the most incredible part of your story.

Happy New Year To All Of You…🌹🌹🌹

New Year is not just a simple occasion it is celebrated as a unique festival in different parts of the world.

Out of that I have selected top 3 unique cultures and traditions performed in New Year.

1) Spanish ( 🇪🇸) people eat grapes in New Year –

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New Year’s Eve in Spain is know as Noche Vieja (Old Night). It is a custom to stay at home till midnight and at midnight people eat twelve grapes one at each stroke of the clock. This is supposed to bring good luck, prosperity, and happiness in the New Year.

2) In Denmark (🇩🇰) people throw plates as a part of celebration –



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Residents of Denmark greet the New Year by throwing old plates and glasses against the doors of family and friends to banish bad spirits. 

3) In Finland (🇫🇮) people can predict the next year –

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In Finland, people predict the coming year by casting molten tin into a container of water, then interpreting the shape the metal takes after hardening. A heart or ring means a wedding, while a ship predicts travel and a pig declares there will be plenty of food.

I hope by this page you have learnt some new year’s unique traditions.

Nights will be dark but days will be light, I hope your life to be always bright.

🌹 Happy New Year 🌹

References –

[1] https://www.istockphoto.com/photo/christmas-in-spain-gm1080988930-289830307

[2] https://m.scooper.news/rwanda/2020/08/06/trash-or-fun-danish-people-break-plates-on-the-streets-to-celebrate-new-year-video/11208134

[3] https://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/worlds-strangest-new-year-traditions?slide=2109980#2109980

2 responses to “Happy New Year”

  1. Nice…can I share ur page on Facebook?

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