There’s no astronomical reason to celebrate New Year’s Day on January 1. Instead, our modern New Year’s celebration stems from the ancient, two-faced, Roman god Janus – for whom the month of January is also named. One face of Janus looked back into the past, and the other peered forward to the future.
Moreover there are summer solstice and winter solistice are there.Winter solistice end by december and summer solistice started by january.Earlier New year was celebrated on mid march by the Mesopotamians and this was changed afterwards.
Our telugu calendar was based on moon appearance and moreover our calendar was started on Ugadi day.
This New year should not be limited to any religion caste etc.It eas followed and celebrated all over the year.May this new year bring u a lot of joy and happiness.
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