Chinese New Year 2014
Lunar New Year 2014: New Year’s day is celebrated on 1st January every year. This is the first day of the New Year only in Julian calender as well as Gregorian calender. And these calenders are used by Roman Empires since 45 BC . There are many countries other than the Roman Empires who use Gregorian calender and there are many more countries who use calenders other than Gregorian. Here we will discuss about the New Year in different countries but we will mainly focus on Chinese New Year 2014. So let us discuss something about Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year, Chinese New Year greetings, Chinese New Year dates and also New Year in different countries.
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Here are the countries which do not follow the Gregorian calender. These are :
|Chinese New Year||Sinhalese New Year||Tamil New Year|
|Malayalam New Year||Telugu New Year||Vietnam New Year|
|Hindu New Year||Islamic New Year||Japanese New Year|
|Korean New Year||Ethiopian New Year||many more….|
Chinese New Year
Chinese New year is celebrated according to Lunar calender and hence is also known as Lunar New Year, which is the first day of the Lunar calender. Chinese new Year is celebrated in many countries across the world. And for the solar this is corrected every three years . The Chinese New year is celebrated with drums, dragon dances, lion dances, street dances and with many more activities. Chinese New year holidays normally falls between 20 January to 20 February according to Chinese, and hence that particular day is celebrated as Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year. Chinese New Year is celebrated as a traditional holiday in China. This fest of China named Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year is celebrated for the period of 15 (fifteen) days. This Year also Chinese New Year 2014 is celebrated for the period of 15 days. This time in 2014 Chinese New Year is celebrated on 31st January 2014. Chinese New Year is celebrated at nights with lanterns. As the children carry lantern in their hand and take them in the parade at nights. Due to this Lantern display this Chinese New Year day is also known as Lantern Festival. According to the Chinese traditions they they are having a Zodiac Sign. Every Year with new Chinese New Year there is different Zodiac Sign. Natives of China take these Zodiac Sign as Holy symbols. Sign such as Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat are some of the Zodiac Signs. Every Year there is some different Zodiac Sign like Chinese New Year 2014 date was having Zodiac Sign as Dragon, Chinese New Year 2013 date with Snake as Zodiac Sign. This year Chinese New Year date will have Horse as their Zodiac Sign.
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So before discussing about Chinese New Year any more, let us see Chinese New Year dates and Chinese New Year Zodiac Sign.
|Chinese New Year 2012||23 January, Monday||Dragon|
|Chinese New Year 2013||10 February, Sunday||Snake|
|Chinese New Year 2014||31 January, Friday||Horse|
|Chinese New Year 2015||19 February, Thursday||Goat|
Chinese New Year Greetings
You an wish, greet your friends, natives with the Chinese new Year 2014 Greetings given in our article. Here we are providing you some of the Chinese New Year Greetings.
Zhongguó nónglì xinnián
- Happiness, Prosperity, Longevity – fu lu shou
- Wish you luck in the year of Horse – Manián dàjí
- Happy New Year – Xinnián kuàilè
- May all your wishes come true – Xinxiang shì chéng
- May you be happy and prosperous – Gongxifacái
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