Chinese New Year is often called the Spring Festival and it is an important holiday in China and too many other Asian communities, Bow barracks is one of them. The celebration begins with the first new moon of the lunar calendar and ends 15 days later with the first full moon.
This year the Chinese New Year starts on February 10th. According to the ancient Chinese history of famous mythology describes that are well-known underwater beast named Nian used to crawl up the Chinese land to feed on human flesh and attack villages but Nian had a fear of the red color, loud noises, and fire. Hence, during the celebration of the Chinese New Year in Kolkata, Bow Barracks followed the bright attractive colors along with crackers noises, and food to remove the negativity and bad luck and welcome new prosperity with great positivity.