• Visiting relatives or watching New Year’s Day parades at home on the TV, welcoming the New Year is always a time of entertainment, celebration and resolution.
  • Since this festival marks the beginning of the year, New Year’s Day is the one to make new resolutions for the coming New Year 2012.
  • To observe New Year’s Day on January 1st by enjoying parties late into the night on the eve of December 31st, is a very popular way.
  • Exchanging cards and gifts to loved ones are being replaced now with phone calls and SMS, but that tradition is also exists in its full strength. Continue reading…
Comments Off Posted by Zara Omer on Wednesday, December 28th, 2011
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