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April Fools ‘Day 2021: Celebrating April Fools’ Day .. Do you know when .. where and how it started ..? – April Fools’ Day 2021: History, significance and why it is celebrated

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April Fools ‘Day 2021: Fools’ Day is a fun festival celebrated around the world on April 1st. Its specialty is playing games with each other on April 1 and airing news.

April Fools Day

April Fools ‘Day 2021: Fools’ Day is a fun festival celebrated around the world on April 1st. Its specialty is to tease each other on April 1st and spread the news on the air. Its victims are known as April Fools, and little children rejoice. There have even been incidents where some newspapers and magazines even published false articles to make April Fools’ once in a while. Again Marnadu was quick to comment on the news. This April Fool’s Day has been very popular since the 19th century. It’s fun to celebrate but not a holiday. However, this April Fools’ Day was first celebrated in Europe. Spread over different parts of the world over time.

According to historians, April Fool’s Day began after Pope Gregory XIII introduced the Gregorian calendar. However, the new calendar is set to begin on January 1, 1952. However, those who celebrate the New Year in late March in European countries before 1952. However, many people do not accept the change of the New Year .. Many people still follow the Julian calendar. So the first country fans to accept and implement the new calendar ..

Thus, there is a story that those who follow the Gregorian calendar instead of following the new calendar are ridiculed for being foolish. The day was full of jokes and laughter. So happy, with this one day of the year to be happy .. Those who think that April 1 is waiting. Fools’ Day has become a tradition in some countries.

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