New Year Day in India – Time and Date

New Year Day in India – Time and Date : In India, New Year’s Day is celebrated on January 1st, like in many other countries around the world. It is a public holiday, and people often celebrate by attending parties and gatherings with friends and family, singing and dancing, and exchanging gifts and greetings. Some people also participate in religious rituals and ceremonies, or visit temples and other places of worship.

There are many ways to celebrate New Year’s Day in India, and the specific traditions and customs may vary depending on the region and community. For example, in the state of Tamil Nadu, New Year’s Day is known as “Puthandu” and is marked by the hoisting of the traditional Tamil flag and the exchange of gifts and sweets. In the state of Karnataka, New Year’s Day is known as “Ugadi” and is celebrated with special rituals and the preparation of a traditional dish called “holige.”

Regardless of the specific traditions followed, New Year’s Day is a time for people in India to come together and celebrate the start of a new year, filled with hope and possibilities.

New Year Day in India – Time and Date : 2021 to 2030

Below is a list of the dates on which New Year’s Day is expected to fall in India from 2021 to 2030:

  • 2021: January 1st (Friday)
  • 2022: January 1st (Saturday)
  • 2023: January 1st (Sunday)
  • 2024: January 1st (Tuesday)
  • 2025: January 1st (Wednesday)
  • 2026: January 1st (Thursday)
  • 2027: January 1st (Saturday)
  • 2028: January 1st (Sunday)
  • 2029: January 1st (Monday)
  • 2030: January 1st (Wednesday)

2011 to 2020 – New Year Day in India

Below is a list of the dates on which New Year’s Day fell in India from 2011 to 2020:

  • 2011: January 1st (Saturday)
  • 2012: January 1st (Sunday)
  • 2013: January 1st (Monday)
  • 2014: January 1st (Tuesday)
  • 2015: January 1st (Wednesday)
  • 2016: January 1st (Friday)
  • 2017: January 1st (Saturday)
  • 2018: January 1st (Sunday)
  • 2019: January 1st (Tuesday)
  • 2020: January 1st (Wednesday)

2001 to 2010 – New Year Day in India

Below is a list of the dates on which New Year’s Day fell in India from 2001 to 2010:

  • 2001: January 1st (Monday)
  • 2002: January 1st (Tuesday)
  • 2003: January 1st (Wednesday)
  • 2004: January 1st (Friday)
  • 2005: January 1st (Saturday)
  • 2006: January 1st (Sunday)
  • 2007: January 1st (Monday)
  • 2008: January 1st (Tuesday)
  • 2009: January 1st (Thursday)
  • 2010: January 1st (Friday)

1990 to 2000 – New Year Day-Date in India

Below is a list of the dates on which New Year’s Day fell in India from 1990 to 2000:

  • 1990: January 1st (Monday)
  • 1991: January 1st (Tuesday)
  • 1992: January 1st (Wednesday)
  • 1993: January 1st (Thursday)
  • 1994: January 1st (Saturday)
  • 1995: January 1st (Sunday)
  • 1996: January 1st (Monday)
  • 1997: January 1st (Tuesday)
  • 1998: January 1st (Wednesday)
  • 1999: January 1st (Friday)
  • 2000: January 1st (Saturday)

New Year Day in India – Time & Date : 1990 t0 2030

Here is a table that lists the dates and days of the week on which New Year’s Day fell or is expected to fall in India from 1990 to 2030:

YearDateDay
1990January 1Monday
1991January 1Tuesday
1992January 1Wednesday
1993January 1Thursday
1994January 1Saturday
1995January 1Sunday
1996January 1Monday
1997January 1Tuesday
1998January 1Wednesday
1999January 1Friday
2000January 1Saturday
2001January 1Monday
2002January 1Tuesday
2003January 1Wednesday
2004January 1Friday
2005January 1Saturday
2006January 1Sunday
2007January 1Monday
2008January 1Tuesday
2009January 1Thursday
2010January 1Friday
2011January 1Saturday
2012January 1Sunday
2013January 1Monday
2014January 1Tuesday
2015January 1Wednesday
2016January 1Friday
2017January 1Saturday
2018January 1Sunday
2019January 1Tuesday
2020January 1Wednesday
2021January 1Friday
2022January 1Saturday
2023January 1Sunday
2024January 1Tuesday
2025January 1Wednesday
2026January 1Thursday
2027January 1Saturday
2028January 1Sunday
2029January 1Monday
2030January 1Wednesday

Conclusion

New Year’s Day is a public holiday in India, and people often celebrate by attending parties and gatherings with friends and family, singing and dancing, and exchanging gifts and greetings. Some people also participate in religious rituals and ceremonies, or visit temples and other places of worship. There are many ways to celebrate New Year’s Day in India, and the specific traditions and customs may vary depending on the region and community.

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