Good Luck Greetings, Graphics, Images
Good Luck celebrations are held to keep the bad luck away and start the life with something good. There are no special good luck celebrations but in most of the countries and most of the cultures, the New Year day is considered as the day of good luck. In case of people who have got new job or are planning to go abroad or has started a new business, a small party following the worship of God is also very common. Generally most of the people follow the tradition of religious celebrations and arranging for parties to bring good luck and fortune in life. In Hinduism, the clay lamps are lit and firecrackers are burst in order to driven away the bad omen from the house and the family. Wearing new dresses is another custom to symbolize that good luck is there. In the Jewish culture, on the New Year, people recite a blessing the wine and egg bread is used. The egg bread resembles a crown which means that God is in the heaven and will bring hope for a new year full of good luck. In a good luck party, the invitees can bring small gifts, sweets or chocolates to say Good Luck to the hosts. In the Chinese tradition, the evil spirits are scared away by beating drums, bursting firecrackers and costume dances are arranged. People keep their doors open so that the dragon can enter and bring good luck for the family.