Happy New Year 2023: Quotes in Gujarati, Wishes, Messages, Images, Greetings, Shayari, and Sweet Phrases to Share

Buckle up, people. Wishes for a Happy New Year have officially begun. Regardless of any gender, religion, or country, the New Year celebration brings everyone together in hopes of a positive new beginning. It is the oldest tradition and festival. It is tracked back to 2000 BCE in Mesopotamia, a Babylonia new year officially commenced with a new moon after the equinox spring. Egyptians, Persians, and Phoenicians start their new year with the autumn equinox. For Greeks, they start a new year with winter solstice i.e in December. 

Talking about the New Year celebration in India. Many people like to countdown till midnight with family and friends. In other places like the U.S.A, China, or Japan, people celebrate it with fireworks. New York witnesses the grand ball drop at the iconic Times Square. In America, you will see the ball drop of 12-foot shimmery spheres weighing around 11,874 pounds. The event is filled with amazing performances of singers, light shows, and many more. 

Greet your friends, family and relatives this Happy New year 2023, via these best gujarati images, phrases, messages, quotes, greetings, shayari, and wishes.

Best Happy New Year 2023 Sweet Gujarati Messages, Quotes, Phrases, Wishes, Shayari, Images, and Greetings

  • “Here’s a toast to the future, a toast to the past, and a toast to our friends, far and near. The past a bright dream; may our friends remain faithful and clear.- Happy New Year”
Happy New Year wishes in Gujarati
  • “May you live as long as you want and never want as long as you live!”
Happy New Year 2023 Quotes in Gujarati
  • “As we start the New Year, let’s get down on our knees to thank God we’re on our feet.- Happy New Year”
Happy New Year 2023 Messages in Gujarati
  • “Here’s to a bright New Year and a fond farewell to the old; here’s to the things that are yet to come, and to the memories that we hold. – Happy New Year 2023”
Happy New Year 2023 Greetings in Gujarati

Netherlands, Rotterdam is the first city to celebrate New Year’s Eve celebration with a light show. A renowned DJ is invited that plays the music while the crowd enjoys the music with food and drinks. In some cultures, white is considered a good lick and prosperity, So, people in Brazile wear white clothes and gather on Rio De Janeiro’s Copacabana Beach to drink champagne and enjoy the amazing fireworks. 

In Tokyo, Japan, it is a tradition to ring the temple bell on New Year’s eve. As it is believed ringing the bell 108 times helps in removing the negativity, and 108 desires and begins positivity to start the next new year. It is said that anyone who wants to reach nirvana must overcome all their desires. 

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