Say Happy New Year In Urdu: 10 + Epic Ways

Do you want to wish someone a happy New Year in Urdu? Let’s find out the ways to say Happy New Year – naya saal mubarak hou (نیا سال مبارک ہو) and surprise your friends with your skills in their mother language! After all, the year is quickly coming to an end, and now is the best time to prepare your New Year’s Day wishes. If you are up for that, then let the learning begin!

No matter what part of the world you are from, the end-of-the-year celebration is deemed an important event to many. For most cultures, the changing of the year signifies rebirth and even paves the way for people to look positively for the coming year. For this reason, a huge number of people celebrate this with a huge feast with family and friends. Now if you are planning to visit Pakistan and celebrate with some of the locals, learning Urdu is important.

Common Urdu Words Related To New Year’s Day

Before wishing someone any New Year greetings, you must know the common Urdu words related to this celebration. In some common wishes, you have to use the word congratulations or Mubarak ho ( مبارک ہو), while in others, you are saying celebrations or jashnn (جشن) Interesting, right?

Below are the other useful Urdu words that you may encounter:

EnglishUrduPronunciation
New Year’s Dayنۓ سال کا دنNaye saal ka din
CountdownگنتیGinti
Fireworksآتش بازیAatish baazi
Midnightآدھی راتAadhi raat
CelebrationجشنJashn
PartyپارٹیParty
New Year’s Eveنۓ سال کی شام Naye saal ki shaam
ResolutionقراردادQarardad

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Popular Phrases To Say Happy New Year In Urdu

The New Year is the one that sets the whole Urdu calendar right. So, it’s also appropriate for you to learn how to say New Year in Urdu. One of the most popular phrases to wish someone a happy New Year in the Urdu language is naya saal mubarak ho (نیا سال مبارک ہو )The first word naya (نیا )means new. The second word saal (سال) means year. And mubarak hou (مبارک ہو) means happy. There are other popular Urdu phrases you can use too like “I wish you good luck ahead” or meri khwahish hai key aap ki qismat achi hou (میری خواہش ہے کہ آپ کی قسمت اچھی ہو). Phrases like these signify your sincere wishes, which means that you can use them with your loved ones.

Some of the other popular New Year wishes can be found in the table below.

English PhrasesUrdu PhrasesPronunciation
Wishing you a Happy New Yearآپ کو نیا سال مبارک ہو۔Aapko naya saal mubarak hou
I wish you a lot of happinessمیری خواہش ہے کہ آپ ہمیشہ خوش رہیںMeri khwahish hai key aap humesha khush rahein
I wish you good healthمیری خواہش ہے کہ آپ صحت مند رہیںMeri khwahish hai key aap sehat mand rahein
A Happy New Year!نیا سال مبارکNaya saal mubarak
Wishing you good luck with the New Year.یہ نیا سال آپ کے لۓخوش قسمت ثابت ہوYe naya saal aapke liye khush qismat saabit hou
Happy New Year to you!آپ کو نیا سال مبارک ہوAapko naya saal mubarak hou

Other Phrases To Wish Happy New Year In Urdu

Besides some popular phrases for wishing a happy New Year in Urdu, there are other phrases used by the locals in sending New Year wishes. Learn more about these in the table below.

English PhrasesUrdu PhrasesPronunciation
May this new year bring happiness in your lifeیہ نیا سال آپ کی زندگی میں خوشیاں لاۓYe naya saal aapki zindagi main khushiyan laiye
Wishing you a year fully loaded with happiness.میری خواہش ہے کہ یہ نیا سال خوشیوں سے بھرا ہوMeri khwahish hai key ye naya saal khushiyoun sey bhara hou
May God bring happiness, prosperity and health to you and your family, this new year.اللہ آپ کے گھر والوں کو نئے سال میں خوشحالی، اچھی صحت اورخوشیوں سے نوازے۔ Allah aapke ghar waloun ko naye saal main khush haali, achi sehat, aur khushiyoun sey navazey
I hope this New Year brings success and happiness.مجھے امید ہے کہ نیا سال آپ کے لۓ خوشیاں اور کا میا بی لا ۓ گاMujhe umeed hai key naya saal aap key liye khushiyan aur kamiyabi laiye ga

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Have you encountered any of the phrases we have discussed in this post today?

As we reach this part of the post, we hope that you were able to learn about the basic phrases you can use for greeting someone with a happy new year. If there are translations we missed or you need help, feel free to send them in the comment section below, and I’d truly be thrilled to help out. In addition, we highly recommend that you read our previous language posts like “Basic Greetings in Urdu” and “Basic Words and Phrases in Urdu.

But if you feel that you are someone who is more interested in learning the Urdu language in a whole new way, it would be wise of you to try out our most recommended language learning tool, the Ling app! The Ling app is a useful platform that comes equipped with interactive tools that allow you to learn the Urdu language and 60+ other foreign languages easily!

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So, what are you waiting for? If I were you, I’d definitely download it today on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store to start learning and speaking Urdu like a real pro!

Updated by Samawiyah Hasnain

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