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    Explaination – The tradition of celebrating the new year on January 1 started after the introduction of the Gregorian calendar. On October 15, 1582, Aloysius Lilius, a physician from Naples, America, brought a new calendar in which the year began on January 1.  Gradually, this calendar became popular all over the world and in most places the New Year was celebrated on January 1. In India, New Year is celebrated as the festival in Winter season.

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    Indian New Year's days

    Indian New Year's days

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    There are numerous days throughout the year celebrated as New Year's Day in the different regions of India. The observance is determined by whether the lunar calendar is being followed or the solar calendar. Those regions which follow the Solar calendar, the new year falls as Baisakhi in Bangladesh, Rongali Bihu in Assam, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Vishu in Kerala, Pana Sankranti or Odia Nababarsa in Odisha and Poila Boishakh in Bengal in the month of the calendar, i.e., Vaishakha. Generally, this day falls during 14th or 15th of the month of April. Those following Lunar calendar consider the month of Chaitra (corresponding to March-April) as the first month of the year, so the new year is celebrated on the first day of this month like Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Gudhi Padwa in Maharashtra. Similarly, few regions in India consider the period between consecutive Sankarantis as one month and few others take the period between consecutive Purnimas as a month. In Gujarat the new year is celebrated as the day after Diwali. As per the Hindu Calendar, it falls on Shukla Paksha Pratipada in the Hindu month of Kartik. As per the Indian Calendar based on Lunar Cycle, Kartik is the first month of the year and the New Year in Gujarat falls on the first bright day of Kartik (Ekam). In other parts of India, New Year Celebrations begin in the spring.

    Contents

    1 Details 2 Calendar view 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References 6 External links

    Details[edit]

    Hindu religious festivals are based on Vikram Samvat. Not with standing the Purnimanta scheme of months that is in use in North India, the New year in Vikram Samvat starts from the first day of Chaitra Shukla Paksha.[1]

    In Gujarat, the fourth day of Diwali is celebrated as the first day of the Vikram Samvat calendar month of Kartik.[2]

    Calendar view[edit]

    Calendar Date Festival name Region / Communities / Religions[3]

    Lunar varies, Mar/Apr Ugadi (Saka New Year) Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka

    Lunar varies, Mar/Apr Gudhi Padwa (Saka New Year) Maharashtra, Goa

    Lunar varies, Mar/Apr Navreh Kashmir

    Lunar varies, Jun/Jul Ashadhi Bij Kutch

    Lunar varies, Oct/Nov Nutan Varsh Gujarat

    Lunar varies, Mar/Apr Cheti Chand Sindhi

    Lunar varies, Mar/Apr Chaitra Navaratri

    (Hindu Lunar New Year) Uttar Pradesh (Awadh, Braj, Bagelkhand, Bhojpur-Purvanchal, Bundelkhand, Kannauj, Rohilkhand), Madhya Pradesh (Bagelkhand, Bundelkhand, Malwa, Mahakoshal, Gird), Bihar (Bhojpur, Magadh), Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand

    Solar fixed, 13/14/15 April Mesha Sankranti/Vaisakhi

    (Hindu Solar New Year) Punjab, Haryana, Jammu, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand (Garhwal and Kumaon), Nepalis (Sikkim, Darjeeling)

    Solar fixed, 13/14/15 April Puthandu Tamil Nadu

    Solar fixed, 13/14/15 April Vishu

    (traditional) Kerala

    fixed, 17/18 August 1st Chingam

    (Kollam era calendar)

    Solar fixed, 14/15 April Bisu Parba Tulu Nadu

    Lunar varies, Mar/Apr Sajibu Cheiraoba[4] Manipur

    Solar fixed, 14/15 Apr Buisu Tripura

    Solar fixed, 13/14/15 Apr Bwisagu Bodoland, Assam

    Solar fixed, 13/14/15 April Bohag Bihu Assam

    Solar fixed, 13/14 April Pana Sankranti Odisha

    Solar fixed, 14/15 April Pahela Baishakh West Bengal and the wider Bengal region

    Solar fixed, 13/14/15 April Jur Sital Mithila

    Lunar varies, Dec Losoong/Namsoong Sikkim (Bhutia, Lepcha)

    Lunar varies, Dec Galdan Namchot Ladakh

    Lunar varies, Feb Losar Arunachal Pradesh (Monpa)

    Lunar varies, Feb/Mar Gyalpo Lhosar Sikkim (Sherpa)

    Lunar varies, Dec/Jan Tamu Lhosar Sikkim (Gurung)

    Lunar varies, Jan/Feb Sonam Lhosar Sikkim (Tamang)

    Solar fixed, 13/14 Apr Sangken Arunachal Pradesh (Khamti, Singpho, Khamyang, Tangsa), Assam (Tai Phake, Tai Aiton, Turung)

    Solar fixed, 13/14 Apr Bizhu Chakma

    Solar varies, 17, 18, 19 Aug[5] Pateti Parsis

    Solar fixed, 21 March Nowruz[6][note 1] Zoroastrians

    See also[edit]

    Astronomical basis of the Hindu calendar

    Diwali in Gujarat Hindu units of time Hindu calendar

    Indian national calendar

    Lunar New Year

    Nyepi, new year in Balinese Hinduism

    South and Southeast Asian solar New Year

    Notes[edit]

    ^ Mughal records state that Nowruz was celebrated in northwestern Indian subcontinent, but inconsistently. Some Mughal emperors favoring its celebration while others not participating because it was not sanctioned by Sharia. Aurangzeb banned its celebration in 1659, calling it "festival of fireworshippers" and the celebration as a "stupid act".[7]

    References[edit]

    ^ Sewell, Robert; Dikshit, S. B. (31 May 1995). . ISBN 9788120812079.^ Sewell, Robert; Dikshit, S. B. (31 May 1995). . ISBN 9788120812079.^ Roshen Dalal (2010). . Penguin Books India. pp. 136–137. ISBN 978-0-14-341421-6.^ Arambam Noni; Kangujam Sanatomba (2015). . Routledge. p. 249. ISBN 978-1-317-27066-9.^ "Navroz Mubarak: 6 Fascinating Facts About Parsi New Year!". . News World India. 20 March 2017. Retrieved 30 March 2017.^ Jaisinghani, Bella (19 March 2017). "Irani New Year to be celebrated today and tomorrow". . Retrieved 30 March 2017.^ Stephen P. Blake (2013). . Cambridge University Press. pp. 89–91. ISBN 978-1-107-03023-7.

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