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About New Year
New Year in Mauritius involves Chinese New Year is a popular way to welcome the brand New Year. It is celebrated on Jan 1st of each year. Chinese New Year never falls on the same date because of the difference in the solar and the lunar calendars. No knife or scissors are used on the day of the festival. Red is the official color of the Chinese New Year in Mauritius. Ugadi is another festival of New Year in Mauritius. This is the New Year celebration of the Telugu people and is held in the month of March. January 1st and 2nd both are official holidays in Mauritius when the people remain in festive mood enjoying them. Ougadi is also celebrated in some countries where there is high concentration of Hindu such as in India. People celebrate the festival with fireworks in the streets and all dancing to the tunes of hip hop, raga and Sega. Dinner, brunches, Do parties and evening get-together are some of the many ways to celebrate New Year parties in Mauritius.
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