A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year

Then sing, young hearts that are full of cheer, With never a thought of sorrow; The old goes out, but the glad young year Comes merrily in tomorrow. Emily Miller

Happy New Year..How it is said around the world..?

1. Arabic: Kul ‘aam u antum salimoun

2. Chinese: Chu Shen Tan

3. Czechoslavakia: Scastny Novy Rok

4. Dutch: Gullukkig Niuw Jaar

5. Finnish: Onnellista Uutta Vuotta

6. French: Bonne Annee

7. German: Prosit Neujahr

8. Greek: Eftecheezmaenos o Kaenooryos hronos

9. Hebrew: L’Shannah Tovah Tikatevu

10. Hindi: Niya Saa Moobaarak

11. Irish (Gaelic): Bliain nua fe mhaise dhuit

12. Italian: Buon Capodanno

13. Khmer: Sua Sdei tfnam tmei

14. Laotian: Sabai dee pee mai

15. Polish: Szczesliwego Nowego Roku

16. Portuguese: Feliz Ano Novo

17. Russian: S Novim Godom

18. Serbo-Croatian: Scecna nova godina

19. Spanish: Feliz Ano Neuvo

20. Prospero Ano Nuevo

21. Turkish: Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun

22. Vietnamese: Cung-Chuc Tan- Xuan

23. Tamil: Puththaandu NalVaazhththukkal

Many people look forward to the New Year for a new start on old habits.

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5 Responses to A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year

  1. SamAruna says:

    Swamiji,

    Please also let us know how to say “same to you” in each of this languages.

    I have got into funny situations each year when both me and the other person whom I intend to greet say “same to you” at the same time as we assume that the other person is about to say “Happy New Year”.

    Hence, kindly do post how to say “same to you” in each of these languages.

  2. Sarathguru Vijayananda says:

    Sam,

    It was a very good question. The question has a meaning in it. The question is challenging. I think not all would come out with this question. Your question tells how detail you get into in all the areas of your interest.

    The question “How to say “Same to You” in other langauges was really a challenging one…

    I know you are getting irritated..wait wait..wait…Let you teeth not disturbd by me. I will sonn update you with an answer.

  3. Rekha says:

    Hi,
    Why was Tamil at the last of the list?

  4. SamAruna says:

    Tamil was last in the list as it is English New Year!!!

    Hope you have some clarification.

    Regards
    R. Sathyamurthy
    Stimulate your Brain

  5. Sarathguru Vijayananda says:

    Sam,

    Thanks for your clarification. However, I dont see any good point in another user (Rekha) asking why I have put Tamil Language in the last line.

    We people talk Tamil walk tamil eat tamil only when pointing or notifying what others speak and write. We dont actually be practical or apply those rules to ourselves.

    It is quite natural that it happens with most of the people.

    I only say that let us put things into practice before questioning somebody or talking about the practice.

    These kind of messages does not really need a thinking brain. This is my view point.

    I am sure that this is taken in it’s spirit.

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