New Year Eve: Google started New Year Eve celebrations with its Google Doodle today. Today’s doodle features with ‘Feathery Friends’ such as Penguins and Parrots as the continuation of December Festivals. The Google doodle on its homepage shows the Penguins and Parrots ringing in the New Year.
There comes the series of five doodles for New year Eve. It shows that the feathery friends have unpacked their gifts and have enjoyed their delicious Christmas tradition. In the doodle, Google shows how these friends have enjoyed the holiday season and are seen admiring the joy of New Year’s Eve. In the New Year, people always wish to resolutions to get rid of their bad habits and unusual things.
People celebrate New Year Eve by social gatherings, where many people dance, eat, drink alcoholic beverages, and watch or light fireworks to mark the new year. They make the gathering special to welcome New Year by cracking the fires with friends and family. They convey New Year wishes each other in the gatherings.
New Year’s Eve is the last day of the year and it marks the seventh day of the Christmas season, as per the Georgian Calendar. The New Year’s Eve is one of the most widely celebrated holiday festival worldwide with fireworks and parties. It is undoubtedly the most widely celebrated holiday around the world. The world is getting ready to say Big Bye to 2017 and warm welcoming the New Year 2018 from Monday with a fresh week, fresh month and fresh year.
The countdown for New year’s Eve begins, people will get together with friends and family along with fireworks to celebrate the New Year. The celebrations can be seen across the world with Australia being the first country to celebrate New Year followed by other countries. The December Global Festivities will end with a new doodle celebrating New Year tomorrow.