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Christmas Tradition In Past And Present

look the Tradition in past and present and change the way to celebrate the Christmas day

Posted By- Khyati Rathod | Posted On - Dec 10, 2019

There are many Christmas traditions we look around the world right. Now, this time of the year there are many new traditions we look, but when we go into the past decade there is a very good tradition that people enjoy in the past and in the present anyone doesn’t know this cultural tradition. When people know this cultural event then they more this Christmas. We are here with the new and the past Christmas traditions. Let’s check this cultural and present tradition in this New Year.


According to Christian theology, the Christmas holiday commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Whose teaching form the basis of the Christian faith. Christmas didn’t begin with celebrating Christ’s birth until the third century. A.D, when the church officials settled on December 25 probably to coincide with the already existing pagan winter festival. Today, Christmas is not the most important Christian holiday, in fact, it ranks fourth after Easter, Pentecost, and Epiphany. Yet since the 19th century. When the Americans start to celebrating Christmas in the way we think of today. Including traditions such as decorating trees, sending holiday cards and giving gifts - it has grown into the biggest commercial holiday of the year and is now celebrated by the vast majority of Americans no matter what these people are Christian or not.


There are many surveys are done by researchers at Christian Christmas. According to the few research center survey, which polled 2001, American adults earlier this month, fully eight out of every 10 non-Christian celebrate with most viewing it as a cultural holiday rather than a religious occasion. On this Christmas day, while 96 percent are proven that Christmas celebrates Christmas, only two-thirds of them view it as a religious holiday. In total, 31 percent of Americans who celebrate Christmas see the holiday as religious while one-third view it as a more of a cultural holiday. Most of the Americans are celebrating Christmas day that doesn’t matter that they are Christians or not.           


Younger adults were much less likely than older adults to view Christmas as a religious occasion and to incorporate religious elements into their celebration of the holiday. Only 39 percent of 18 to 29 years old surveyed are said that they considered Christmas a religious occasion, compared with 66 percent of those 65 and older. Younger adults were also less likely to attend those religious services and to believe in the story of the virgin birth. This data is consistent with other recent research showing that young people are helping to drive the rice of the religiously unaffiliated population of the united states, these were calculated with a one fifth in 2012. At that time fully one-third of those polled under the age of 30 said they were unaffiliated with any religion.            




A whopping 86 percent said they plan to celebrate Christmas with family and friends, and the same percentage say they plan to give gifts to friends and family. Around nine in 10 adults (91 percent) said these activities were part of their holiday traditions when they were children. According to the survey, eight out of every 10 Americans (79 percent) plan to put up a Christmas tree this year, compared with 92 percent who said they typically put up a Christmas tree when they were children.


That is an attempt to explore the changing nature of Christmas traditions. The few surveys also asked its adult participants how they remember celebration the holiday as a child, compared to the way they celebrate it now. A whopping 86 percent said they plan to celebrate Christmas with family and friends, and the same percentage say they plan to give to friends and family. Around nine in 10 adults said these activities were part of their holiday tradition when they were children. When they are children they can do many Christmas activities that at this time never one child is doing this Christmas day. So, we have to do this for our children to give them a beautiful Christmas tradition. If you can do this Christmas a past tradition activity then your children learn many things from you that’s sure.      


The few of the survey found that religious and religious American is relatively similar in their celebration of the Christmas holiday and that both cultural and religious observers were just as likely to gather with family, exchange gifts and take part in another popular Christmas tradition - Santa Claus. Among those adults surveyed who have a child who believes in Santa Claus, 69 percent said they plan to pretend that Santa visits their house on Christmas Eve this year. Perhaps more surprisingly. On this Christmas Day, we might think that perhaps more surprisingly, 18 percent of parents whose children do not believe in Santa will still pretend to get a visit from the jolly born fellow this Christmas, and so will 22 percent of adults who are not parents or guardians of any children.


At this time of Christmas season, we all have to do something a new tradition to make this Christma more beautiful to you and to your family. Take some of the gifts for your family and children to make one big smiles on their faces. When they take their favorite gift then it will make a bigger smile on their faces and create one beautiful moment of their life. Spend some time with your children and make one beautiful moment. There are many adorable Christmas traditions that you have to start with your kids in 2019. Here you can see this tradition as below.


  1. Matching Christmas family pajamas
  2. Reindeer in here
  3. Reverse advent calendar
  4. North Pole Breakfast
  5. Christmas Eve Box
  6. Homemade advent calendar
  7. Leaving food out for Santa
  8. Flour Footprint
  9. Tic-tac candy cane plants
  10. Elf on Shelf
  11. Homemade cards
  12. Christmas gifts
  13. Gingerbread house
  14. Sleep under the tree
  15. Capture the moment
  16. Christmas lights
  17. Decoration of trees, rooms and many more
  18. Christmas Family Photoshoot
  19. Christmas tree decoration
  20. Event organized for children
  21. Children theme party
  22. Children painting art
  23. Have a Secret Santa gift exchange
  24. Back from scratch
  25. Decorate with what you love.