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What are the jubilee year names?

Asked by premanand solomon, 05 Nov '08 11:28 am
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Silver Jubilee (25 years)......................................
Golden Jubilee (50 years) .....................................
Diamond Jubilee (60 years in Britain, 75 years in the United States, 100 years in South Asia) ........................................
Platinum Jubilee (70 years in Britain, 75 years in South Asia) ........................... source : wikipedia
Answered by RAJAN MHAMAI, 05 Nov '08 11:31 am

 
  
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25 years = Silver Jubilee
50 years = Golden Jubilee
75 years = Pletinum Jubilee
100 years = Diamond Jubilee
Answered by rabin chakraborty, 05 Nov '08 11:29 am

 
  
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"Jubilee" is an English word that denotes the celebration of an anniversary. It derives from the Hebrew word "yobel," meaning "ram" - in ancient Israel, a ram's horn was sounded in the "jubilee" year that followed seven cycles of Sabbatical years. In Catholicism, a Jubilee year is declared every twenty-five or fifty years as an occasion to forgive debts and sins. In general parlance, a jubilee is a special anniversary year - many world monarchs regularly decree jubilee years in the 25th or 50th year of their reign. "Cherries jubilee" is a famous cherry dessert. Jubilee is also the name of a character in the X-Men comic series.
Answered by victory, 05 Nov '08 11:30 am

 
  
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