New Year's Day this year was April 14th. This morning, on the phone with Mr. Ranjit, he said, "Yesterday was New Year's Day." He said that the whole family ate the prepared milk rice at 7:05 in the morning to welcome the New Year. In Sri Lanka, the time of the New Year changes every year. It is said to be called "Nonagataya". It is said that this time is like an empty space waiting for the New Year, refraining from eating, starting something new, or going out somewhere. . . . Today is also a public holiday...! He said he was happy to be able to take it easy. The shop is also closed. "happy New Year"