The Ethiopian New Year Enkutatash implies the 'endowment of gems'. Legend has it that King Solomon of Jerusalem gave the Queen of Sheba gems during her celebrated visit to Jerusalem somewhere in the range of 3,000 years back. Her re-visitation of Ethiopia in the wake of accepting the blessing agreed with the New Year festivity in September, and henceforth the name Enkutatash became.
The quantity of sunlight hours and evening time hours happen to be actually equivalent in all aspects of the globe once every September, which is one reason Ethiopians observe New Year during this month. During this season, the Sun and the Moon that are utilized to check time each have 12 hours before setting. The subsequent explanation is gotten from the Bible, which says that the making of the Heavens and the Earth occurred in September.