A Complete Guide To Celebrate Lunar New Year - The Year Of Ox
Lunar New Year holds the most significant position among all festivals and holidays of the Asian. It lasts for the first fifteen days of the lunar calendar, which on the Western calendar begins sometime between January 21st and February 21st, varying from year to year. The celebration includes decorations, parades, folk traditions, and a wonderful feast.
Red is the color or symbol of good luck in Asian culture and is often used for new year decorations. Red is a popular color in Asian culture, symbolizing luck, joy, and happiness. It also represents celebration, vitality, and fertility in traditional color symbolism of Asian nations. Red is believed to ward off evil. Therefore, at this time of the year, people often decorate their house with red wall arts or use red items to wish luck beside them.
And what have we forgotten? Right, 2021 is the YEAR of OX. Hence, Ox wall arts or cattle canvas prints are another great idea for decorating home in this festive season.
We hope that this brief guide helps you celebrate the Lunar New Year with your friends, family, and relatives in the most awesome way ever before. Don’t forget to tag us or send your pictures and videos on Instagram @stunninggift4u. And for the very final words of this article, we wish you a brand new year a fully happy things ahead.