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New Year Around the World

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Tulga Baatartsogt

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Transcript of New Year Around the World

Contents
About New Year
Religions
Calendars
Around the World
Dates
Traditions
Strange & Interesting Celebrations
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Conclusion
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Strange & Interesting Celebrations
About New Year
Religions
Calendars
Dates
Traditions
Strange & Interesting Celebrations
Conclusion
What is it?
Why do we celebrate?
When do we celebrate?
How do we celebrate?
Beliefs

Different religions but similar hopes and wishes
NEW YEAR
As for yesterday, it has vanished,
along with all that was in it.

As for tomorrow, you may never see it.

As for today, it is yours, so work in it.
Different Types of Calendars

Gregorian Calendar
Lunar Calendar
Solar Calendar
Lunisolar Calendar
Gregorian Calendar
USA, Australia, Canada, India, South Africa, etc
Egypt
China and Vietnam
Tibet, Bhutan and Mongolia
Rome
Iran, Persia and Afghanistan
Ethiopia
New Years Eve
New Years Day
New Years Resolution
Parades
Games
Denmark
Philippines
Spain
Germany and Austria
Chile
Puerto Rico
Ireland
Mexico
Ecuador
America
Thank you!
Leap off chairs & break dishes
Eat round fruits & wear clothes with round shapes
Presented by:
Shobana
Tulga
Rinzin
Consume 12 grapes
Pour lead as a tradition
Visits graveyards to celebrate with dead
Throw buckets of water out the window
Mistletoe Leaves Placed under pillow
Talking to spirits
Burning scarecrow Dummy
Midnight kiss
2013-Dec-09
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