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About New Year
New year`s day is the first day of the new year. According to Gregorian calendar, the New Year is celebrated on January, 1 of every year in every country. Irrespective of the country, religions, traditions, this day is celebrated. It is the first day of the New Year and the preceding day is Dec, 31. All countries are using Gregorian calendar as the main calendar, except Israel and it is the day declared as public holiday most of the countries. It is the day common day and common holiday for most countries in the world. This day is celebrates of spring. There are 15 official popular holidays in Kazakhstan, but only the three of them are very popular holidays, widely and loved by Kazakhstan women. These are - the New Year, Women`s day (8 March), and Nauryz. Especially in the New Year`s day peoples are exchanging gifts, blessings from parents and neighbors who are very close to them. This day is considered as the one of the most bright and festive holidays of the year. Peoples are ready for the celebrations before the one month of this day. It is the time for the great joy for family and friends and also time for discounts of shops. In some countries this day is celebrates in different times. This day is almost beginning on spring and it is the symbolized for the rebirth of the nature, corps and labor.
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