New Year is the beginning of a new start. Every year, people all around the world celebrate 1st January to mark the beginning of a new year with hope and excitement in their hearts. As the countdown begins just before the clock strikes 12 at the midnight, people gather around with their family, friends and loved ones to witness the unfolding of a new year. It’s like a beginning of a new chapter of life with a renewed zest for life to achieve better things and plan for the future accordingly. We, at Adda247, wish you a Happy New Year with the light of hope that this year will bring all the happiness, peace, success and good health in the world to you.
However, historically speaking, 1st January was not always celebrated as the New Year. In fact, even today, 1st January does not mark the 1st day of the year in many cultures. It was in 45 BCE, when for the first time in the history of humankind, the 1st of January was celebrated as the 1st day of the year. Prior to that, March marked the beginning of the new year according to the Roman Calendar.
Though some of our friends will be busy preparing for their upcoming exams, However, we advise you to take a small break and enjoy some quality time with your family and friends to rejuvenate your mind and soul. This will help you find revitalized energy and breathe a new life into your strenuous preparation regime. As we always suggest to have to take care of your body and mind along with taking caring your preparation routine. Occasions like New Year gives you the opportunity to take a well-deserved break and enjoy for a few minutes or even hours. This will help you break out of the intense, exhausting and demanding routines of your daily life. It will calm your mind and help increase focus and concentration.
With the rising number in Covid-19 cases in India again, we will suggest you to stay back home and enjoy this time of the year with your family and friends. The best gift in the coming year for you and the entire humankind would the complete eradication of Covid-19. Let us all join our hands in the same mission and do what needs to be done. Stay at home and stay safe.