Lunar New Year
Lunar New Year is also known as Chinese New Year. It is one of the most important festival begins on first day of first month. Lunar New Year is a time to celebrate and welcome near Year by bidding farewell to the old Year. This festival is very significant and auspicious for Chinese people all over the world. On the first new moon of the New Year day the Lunar New Year starts in.
The solar system of every country is different that is the reason the dates of celebrations vary. In china, Korea, Thailand, India and in other Asian countries same festival is celebrated with little difference. People enjoy the festival with great enthusiasm by decorating their house. They wish each other happy and prosperous New Year and also give gifts to their loved ones. In China, lunar new year is a long festival of 15 days starts on the first full moon of the New Year.
It is an important holiday in China. Chinese people celebrate Lunar New Year with family and friends by dancing, praying and eating delicious food. In Korean and in Thailand also Lunar New Year is a big festival. In India, it is celebrated in late October or early November on the occasion of Diwali. Lunar New Year celebrations are always important in spite of so many differences in countries, religion, traditions. With different varieties of cuisines people enjoy lunar new year together.
Chinese Lunar New Year 2020
Chinese lunar new year is fifteen days celebration and generally known for spring festival. It will take place on February 8th, 2020 and begins as the snake year. The snake is also characterized as a sign of the sagacity. The Chinese New Year is major and widely accepted annual festival celebrated by Chinese habitants as well as people from diverse backgrounds all over the world.
During celebration, all family members and friends get together and enjoy the festivity along with feast, ringing bell, exchanging greeting/gifts, firecrackers, giving fortunate coin to children and dragon and lion dancing. Due to significance of lunar New Year, everyone become aware before approaching the celebration.
All working people in China usually take week longs leave to join the company of near and dear ones and a enjoy banquet with their family members on the day of lunar New Year. With the changing times and rising mobility of people, the festival has also undergone several changes and everybody still very enthusiastically follow all the customs that their elders have educated them. Celebrate Chinese lunar New Year 2020 with the lantern festival and dragon dances and enjoy the specific ethnicity of festival.