Happy New Year Folks!! It is the time to celebrate this great event in an incredible way among your friends, family members, colleagues and beloved buddies. New Year has immense significance all over the world as it is celebrated like a festival by all the people of different cultures religions, traditions and customs. On this auspicious occasion, people start bidding their farewell and says goodbye to the previous year 2017 and welcomes the New Year 2018 in the best way.
According to the Telugu tradition, the New Year is celebrated in the month of March every year. Though people from Telugu states celebrate this festival as Ugadi in the month of March, all the people across the word celebrate it on 1st January every year. Likewise every year, this year 2018, we all are prepared to celebrate the New Year in the great way. In order to have much more religious prominence, the New Year is celebrated twice, one in a traditional manner and the other in a cheerful way by enjoying with friends and families.
According to the Gregorian calendar, the New Year is celebrated in the month of January and it has evolved from Western culture all over the world. It is celebrated as one of the significant festival by all folks all over the globe. Some of the people say that this day was fixed at the time of British colonized India during 1940s. This is the reason this event has acquired massive popularity all over the world. Every year, people love sending their best wishes to their friends and beloved ones via various messaging platforms.
In general, people send Happy New Year 2018 Greetings, Wishes for Best Friends in English language as it is the language used by all the people across the world. Most of them prefer this language in order to express their warm wishes, greetings to their near and dear ones. However, some of the people choose their mother tongue or day to day language in order to wish their close ones. When we say our New Year wishes in our language, it would be a different kind of feeling and moreover, we could express all our feelings and all in the best way. On this day, there is a great significance for the calendars as it resembles the arrival of New Year. People experience number of joyful moments all over the world and some of them go to temples to offer their prayers to the God.
People from high-fi society arrange organize parties and huge feasts to their beloved ones and invite a huge number of people from their community and celebrates it in a massive manner. If you are seeking for the best New Year wishes and greetings in English, we are here to aid you in the best way. Here is an immense collection of best wishes and greetings that can be shared with friends. Have a look!
For last year’s words belong to last year’s language. And next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning. – By T.S. Eliot
Glory to God in highest heaven, Who unto man His Son hath given; While angels sing with tender mirth, A glad new year to all the earth. – By Martin Luther
Good resolutions are simply checks that men draw on a bank where they have no account. – By Oscar Wilde
He who breaks a resolution is a weakling; He who makes one is a fool. – By F.M. Knowles
Hope Smiles from the threshold of the year to come, Whispering ‘it will be happier’… – By Alfred Tennyson
I have no way of knowing how people really feel, but the vast majority of those I meet couldn’t be nicer. Every once in a while someone barks at me. My New Year’s resolution is not to bark back. – By Tucker Carlson
I think in terms of the day’s resolutions, not the year’s. – By Henry Moore
I would say happy new year, but it’s not happy; it’s exactly the same as last year except colder. ― Robert Clark
Let our New Year’s resolution be this: We will be there for one another as fellow members of humanity, in the finest sense of the word. – By Goran Persson
I made no resolutions for the new year. The habit of making plans, of criticizing, sanctioning and molding my life, is too much of a daily event for me. – By Anais Nin
I shall stick to my resolution of writing always what I think no matter whom it offends. – By Julia Ward Howe