New year in afghanistan 2020 Experience New Year’s Eve throughout
New Year’s Eve is a big party in Afghanistan every year. Most people spend the evening with friends or family, watch the famous ‘New Year’s Eve conferences’ and do some party, plenty of fireworks while eating sweets Jelabi (a traditional Afghan pastry: deep-fried dough balls with) and apple beignets. Until the fireworks explode at midnight…
Although 2020 is coming to a close, it’s more important than ever to continue being vigilant about COVID-19 safety practices like social distancing, wearing face masks, and limiting person to person contact as much as possible.
The Centers for Disease Control recently announced their official holiday guidelines, with the main theme being that individuals should limit their gatherings to include direct households only in order to lower the risk of COVID-19 spread. That means your New Year’s Eve plans should include staying at home. But that doesn’t mean your New Year’s Eve plans have to be boring! There are so many fun and creative ways to mark the end of 2020 at home. Enjoy some of these new traditions
new year in Afghanistan is few days to go and the preparation is on its full swing. but it will not be the same as usual years, because of this COVID pandemic.
While in Afghanistan everyone is allowed to buy their own supply of fireworks to light up the sky, which many people do enthusiastically.
Millions of Afghani Rupees are spent every year so it’s a real spectacle. While fireworks are officially allowed for one hour on New Year’s Eve, there is a lot of popping and banging throughout the day and night.
For almost two decades, Kabul Afghanistan has hosted one of the craziest street parties along the Thames on New Year’s Eve. Around 100,000 spectators, to see around 2,000 fireworks that light up the skies over Kabul. Since 2009