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January 2033

New Year's Day is observed on January 1, the first day of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar as well as the Julian calendar used in ancient Rome. With most countries using the Gregorian calendar as their main calendar, New Year's Day is the closest thing to being the world's only truly global public holiday, often celebrated with fireworks at the stroke of midnight as the new year starts. January 1 on the Julian calendar currently corresponds to January 14 on the Gregorian calendar, and it is on that date that followers of some of the Eastern Orthodox churches celebrate the New Year. New Year's Day is a postal holiday in the United States.[1]

The Romans dedicated this day to Janus, the god of gates, doors, and beginnings. After Julius Caesar reformed the calendar in 46 BC and was subsequently murdered, the Roman Senate voted to deify him on the 1st January 42 BC [2] in honor of his life and his institution of the new rationalized calendar.[3] The month originally owes its name to the deity Janus, who had two faces, one looking forward and the other looking backward. This suggests that New Year's celebrations are founded on pagan traditions. Some have suggested this occurred in 153 BC, when it was stipulated that the two annual consuls (after whose names the years were identified) entered into office on that day, though no consensus exists on the matter.[4] Dates in March, coinciding with the spring equinox, or commemorating the Annunciation of Jesus, along with a variety of Christian feast dates were used throughout the Middle Ages, though calendars often continued to display the months in columns running from January to December.[citation needed]

Shawwal 1454
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Sunday January 2, 2033 (1/2/2033) at Sunset Sunset icon (12:03 pm (day))
yaum al-ithnayna Shawwal 1, 1454 (10/1/1454)
Method: Shawwal 1st on Islamic calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year
Primens 正月 year 50, cycle 78
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Gui-chou (牛 Ox)年, Primens 正月, 1日 (星期一) (
Monday January 31, 2033 (1/31/2033)
Method: Primens 正月 1st on Chinese calendar
Length: 15 days
Period: 1 year
March 2033
Dhu al-Hijja 1454
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Friday March 11, 2033 (3/11/2033) at Sunset Sunset icon ( 1:58 pm)
yaum as-sabt Dhu al-Hijja 10, 1454 (12/10/1454)
Method: Dhu al-Hijja 10th on Islamic calendar
Length: 3 days
Period: 1 year
April 2033
Muharram 1455
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Thursday March 31, 2033 (3/31/2033) at Sunset Sunset icon ( 2:32 pm)
yaum al-jum`a Muharram 1, 1455 (1/1/1455)
Method: Muharram 1st on Islamic calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year
May 2033
Plumens 梅月 year 50, cycle 78
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Gui-chou (牛 Ox)年, Plumens 梅月, 8日 (星期五) (
Friday May 6, 2033 (5/6/2033)
Method: Plumens 梅月 8th on Chinese calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year
June 2033
Rabi I 1455
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Thursday June 9, 2033 (6/9/2033) at Sunset Sunset icon ( 4:15 pm)
yaum al-jum`a Rabi I 12, 1455 (3/12/1455)
Method: Rabi I 12th on Islamic calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year
October 2033
Asvina 2090
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Thursday October 20, 2033 (10/20/2033) at Sunrise Sunrise icon ( 2:33 am)
Thursday Asvina 28, 2090 (7/28/2090)
Method: Asvina 28th on Hindu Lunar calendar
Notes: Begins on the 13th day of the dark half of Asvina and ends on the 2nd day of the bright half of Kartika.
Length: 5 days
Period: 1 year
December 2033

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