Winter Solstice / 1st Day of Winter

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2022 Date21 December 2022
2023 Date22 December 2023
Beginning of Winter (Winter Solstice)

Winter Solstice History

Winter Solstice in India marks the shortest day and the longest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. This occurs when the Earth’s poles are angled farthest away from the Sun. Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere happens every year around December 21 or 22.

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Winter Solstice / 1st Day of Winter (Northern Hemisphere) Facts

  • On the Winter Solstice, there are 24 hours of sunlight in the Antarctic Circle, and 24 hours of darkness in the Arctic Circle.
  • Many pagan rituals have revolved around the Winter Solstice. The short days and long hours of darkness prompted rituals intended to lure the Sun back.
  • The Mayan calendar ended on the Winter Solstice, December 21, 2012.
  • 10 inches of snow melt down into only 1 inch of rain.

Winter Solstice Top Events and Things to Do

  • Eat more Vitamin-D rich foods to balance out the lack of sunlight.
  • Light some candles and enjoy the early evening.
  • Finish some last minute Christmas shopping.
  • Purchase a Christmas tree. Tip: For a more environmentally friendly Christmas, purchase a Live trees in a burlap root sack that can be planted after the holiday.
  • Watch the lunar eclipse which happens within several days of the winter solstice.

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