April Fools’ Day History
April Fools’ Day is celebrated all around the world on April 1st. Although there are so many reasons to celebrate this day. The most accepted story we can find is back in 16th century in France, according to this legend, acceptance of the new Georgian calendar resulted in the change of celebration dates. The proposed date was not accepted by everyone even though it was declared officially. The people who still followed the old Julian calendar were named fools.
According to another theory many pre-Christian groups observe this day on May 1st and who celebrate this day on April 1st were fools. In India this day celebration is linked with Holi. According to mythology, people played jokes and smeared colors on each other during the Holi festival.
April Fools’ Day origin in India
Indian people are influenced by Western countries and there culture, this day is celebrated by every age group of society like children, teenagers, and old peoples. In this we message, Gif and jokes to make fool our friends, and also try to make fool each other. If kids are success to make fool someone then they call him/her April Fool. This holiday brings with smile on every ones face.
April Fools’ Day is around the corner and many of us spend lots of time on the internet watching troll video and funny clips. The whole year we wait for April 1st to bring out the child within to make fun of our friends and family.
This year, MTV India has posted a video on April Fools’ Day and we couldn’t miss their caption:
“Make sure your pranks are fool-proof. Don’t say we didn’t warn ya! This #AprilFoolsDay, prank at your own risk”.
So we do prank to keep in mind that we cannot harm any person feelings.