New Year is the party of congratulations and best wishes, accompaniment, entertainment, raising of benevolences, happy tables and exchanging mutual gifts. At this same time, the festivities are rejoicing all generations: children, young people and the elderly, like those who are waiting for gifts, and those who gladly choose and bestow them. The New Year’s celebration is one of the oldest ritual traditions expressed to almost all peoples of the world, regardless of race, religion, nation and their different affiliations. Some researchers think that the celebration of New Year’s Eve was first applied by the Chinese, while another group thinks that this tradition originates from the old Romans. According to existing material evidence revealed so far, it was confirmed that the New Year’s Eve on January 1st, the first time in a festive and ritual way, celebrated the old Romans and for them, this celebration was a symbol of the beginning of life full of good hopes for the future. Although the peoples celebrate this holiday with confidence in a new and richer beginning, they do not rejoice at all on the same date, because some peoples apply the Lunar calendar (the Moon’s rotation), and some others Solar (Sun rotation calculation). Compared to the solar calendar, which is fixed and unchanged for 365 days, those peoples who set their calendar according to Lunar cycle (Monday) New Year’s Eve each year do not celebrate on the same day, as if it is known that the moon cycles are variable and the moment of changing the motmotives is celebrated with the beginning of the new moon, namely in the month of February of our calendar year. The Lunar New Year is celebrated today as a traditional folk festival in China, India, Japan, Vietnam, as well as in several other Eastern countries, and in parallel, along with the New Year’s Day celebration, accrued according to Gregorian calendar. For the Chinese, Lunar New Year is the spring holiday. It is considered to be the largest national celebration, which is marked with great pomposity. In Japan, this celebration is celebrated with delightful tables full of rare traditional specialties, and at the midnight of the motto motions, echoing 108 bells of bells from all the Buddhist temples across the country. Symbolism of 108, implies a warning and a message about the removal of 108 possible human sins in life. Even the Jewish people celebrate the New Year magnificently, because it is also regarded as a religious holiday by the religious lesson, marking the anniversary of the beginning of the creation of the World. At these holiday dates is variable due to the application of the combined solar-solar calendar. One thing is characteristic of the New Year’s Jewish celebration: those at the moment of changing the motmotes really have a rich table, but unlike other peoples, it is only populated with sweet things, so their table the rich is blissful only with cakes. In the warm areas of the southern semicircle of our globe, the New Year is celebrated in the summer season, without the snow and the winter wonder we are used to in the northern parts, but this does not diminish the greatness of the pompousness of its celebration. In many countries and countries of the world, it is already a tradition that the New Year is celebrated collectively. There are few different cities in the world’s major metropolises, where their inhabitants, before the moment of motorcycle change, massively emerge in the city center. This form of New Year’s celebration is already traditional in many capitals of Europe and the world, such as: Paris, London, Rome, Madrid, New York, Moscow, Mexico, Cairo, Tokyo … etc. Over the last few years, the decoration and decoration of the cities of light, waves and figures of “daddy-winter” and the massive outpouring of the population in the centers and squares of the cities, is magnificently applied in all the main squares of the cities of Albania. Rites, beliefs on the New Year’s Day On the night of changing motmits during the New Year’s Reception, various peoples of the World characterize a wide and varied spectrum of different rites, beliefs and superstitions that have been created as an expression of the desires of: purification, demolition, and evil spirits, pursuit of destiny and happiness, the richest and most prosperous life … etc. Many of these actions are traditionally preserved and cultivated to this day.The Cuban tradition for motorcycle changing night practiced the eating of 12 sardines, of a fish type. It is believed that this affects the growth of fate and happiness over the next 12 months of the next succeeding year. In the Philippines, it is very important to have as many different foods as possible on the family holiday desk during New Year’s Eve.