The first celebration of the New Year begins two thousand years before Christ’s birth It was then celebrated on 1 March as the first day of New Year. Because, according to the original Roman calendar, March 1 of every year was the first day of the New Year. The time of the year was calculated in 10 months. The new year starts from March. And January is included in the calendar 153 years before Christ’s birth.
The first time in Rome on January 1 starts the New Year. The second King of Rome, Numa Patulas, included in the calendar for two months January and February. Although many people still celebrated the New Year on March 1. 46 years before Christ’s birth, Julius Caesar introduced a new calendar with a major change in the ancient Roman calendar. This calendar was announced on 1st January as the first day of the year. From that on 1 January the New Year’s celebration begins as the first day of the year.In the medieval period 567 AD, in different parts of Europe, 1 January is excluded from the first day of New Year. Even then, the celebration of the New Year began in different places at different times. At that time on 25th December, somewhere in the 1st March on March 25th New Year was celebrated. However, according to the Gregorian calendar in 1582, January 1 is again celebrated as the first day of the New Year. Then on 1 January the new year started to become popular gradually.Since the year 1752, America and Britain began to celebrate New Year on January 1.