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In Pakistan, New Year’s Day is typically celebrated on January 1st, similar to how it is celebrated in many other countries.Traditionally, Pakistani people have celebrated the New Year by lighting firecrackers, exchanging sweets and gifts, and dressing up in new clothes. In recent years, many people have also started attending parties and events to celebrate the New Year. Some people may also attend religious services or visit shrines on this day.

There are many traditional Pakistani dishes that are often served during New Year celebrations in Pakistan. Some examples of these dishes include:

Gajar ka halwa: A dessert made with grated carrots, milk, and sugar, and often served with a sprinkle of nuts on top.

Kebabs: Grilled skewers of meat or vegetables, often served with chutney or dipping sauce.

Haleem: A hearty stew made with meat, lentils, and a variety of spices, and often served with naan (a type of flatbread).

Kofta: Meatballs made with ground meat and spices, and often served in a curry sauce.

Samosas: A popular snack made with a crispy pastry shell filled with a spicy mixture of vegetables or meat.

Peshawari naan: A type of flatbread filled with nuts and raisins, and often served with curry dishes.

Overall, the celebration of the New Year in Pakistan is a time for people to come together and look forward to a bright and prosperous future.