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New Year 2018


Updated: Apr 14, 2018 09:15 AM


Upcoming Event: Old Year: 31 December 2018
नई साल (New Year) is the time at which a new Gregorian calendar year begins and the calendars year count increments by one.

नई साल (New Year) is the time at which a new Gregorian calendar year begins and the calendars year count increments by one.
This event celebrated worldwide, in India New Year celebrate mostly in urban societies.

Old Year

31 December 2018
New Year celebration starts from a day before new year.

New Year

1 January 2019
Most of the indian offices giving off for this celebarts. Indian hindu calendar celebrates new year in march month therefore in rural areas this festival is not so popular.

Information

Frequency
Yearly / Annual
Duration
2
Begins (Tithi)
31 December (Old Year)
Ends (Tithi)
1 January (New Year)
Months
December / January
Mantra
Happy New Year!!
Futures Dates
New Year: 1 January 2019Old Year: 31 December 2019New Year: 1 January 2020Old Year: 31 December 2020New Year: 1 January 2021Old Year: 31 December 2021New Year: 1 January 2022Old Year: 31 December 2022
Past Dates
New Year: 1 January 2018, Old Year: 31 December 2017, New Year: 1 January 2017, New Year: 1 January 2016

जय अम्बे गौरी, मैया जय श्यामा गौरी।

जय अम्बे गौरी, मैया जय श्यामा गौरी, तुमको निशदिन ध्यावत, हरि ब्रह्मा शिवरी॥

आरती: ॐ जय जगदीश हरे

ॐ जय जगदीश हरे, स्वामी जय जगदीश हरे। भक्त जनों के संकट, दास जनों के संकट, क्षण में दूर करे॥

श्री सत्यनारायण जी आरती

जय लक्ष्मी रमणा, स्वामी जय लक्ष्मी रमणा। सत्यनारायण स्वामी, जन पातक हरणा॥

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