Once Again Christmas Come
Once Again Christmas Come and this Christmas celebrated with full of joy and make your moment more special.
Posted By- Khyati Rathod | Posted On - Dec 02, 2019
How many times have you thought as a child that tonight the Santa Claus will come and give gifts to you? Many times you may actually receive them although they are presents from your family. Such is the craze of Santa Claus and the gifts, Christmas trees associated with the festival of Christmas. It is a festival that attracts people of all faith towards it. one of those festivals which is widely celebrated all over the world, it is important for us to know about this festival we call Christmas. It does have a history to it along with some marked traditions which go along with it. In order to make students aware of all this.
Christmas is a festival that is celebrated on the birth of Jesus Christ, on every December 25 by most people in the world. A few parts of Eastern Christians use the Julian system which marks it on January 7 on the Gregorian calendar, which is December 25 as indicated by their calendar. The Churches of Armenian have been celebrating Christmas on January 6 even before the Gregorian calendar started. Most Armenian Christians still use the Gregorian calendar and observe Christmas on January 6. Christmas is regarded as a religious and social festival among people all over the world. It is the major Christian festival of the year.
Celebration of Christmas:
Christmas Day is associated with a number of celebrations all over the world including numerous people who are generally non-Christian. In some non-Christian regions, times of previous provincial guideline presented the festival such as Hong Kong. In others, Christian minorities or remote social impacts have driven people to celebrate this festival. Nations, for example, Japan, where Christmas is prevalent in spite of there being just a few Christians, have embraced huge numbers of the common parts of Christmas, for example, present-giving, decorations, and Christmas trees.
Which Countries Do Not Celebrate Christmas
There are many of the countries that do not celebrate Christmas, just because of one reason and that is there are no many Cristian to celebrate this festival. Countries in which Christmas is certainly not a formal festival include Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, with the exception of Hong Kong and Macau, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, the United Arab Emirates among others. However, with the changing times, even people from these countries have started to celebrate this festival.
Traditional Cuisine Depending on the regions, there are different traditional cuisines on this day. A few regions have exceptional suppers for Christmas Eve, for example, Sicily, where 12 sorts of fish are served. In the United Kingdom and nations impacted by its customs, a standard dinner incorporates turkey, goose or other expansive flying creature, sauce, potatoes, vegetables, now and again bread and juice. Extraordinary treats are likewise arranged, for example, pudding, mince pies, nutty surprise, and Yule log cake
Children's Thinking On Christmas
At this time of the year, all the children everywhere are writing their Christmas lists and all children hoping that Santa will come and leave that special toy for them under the tree on Christmas morning. We can all remember the excitement and anticipation, of wishing for a new bicycle, the latest doll with all the accessories and must-have new gadgets. On this day children are hoping many more things from Santa Claus. We also remember the look of sheer delight and smiles on children’s faces when they open their presents and the fun and enjoyment that special gift gives them.
Some of the Children’s latter to Santa Claus:
Santa Claus is one of the key parts of the celebrations of Christmas. As per the legend, Santa Claus gives gifts to good children on the eve of Christmas which is the night of the 24th December. Children sleep early on this day hoping to get a gift from Santa Claus when they get up the next morning. They also keep cookies and milk near their beds for the Santa and a carrot for the reindeer of the Santa on which he rides as a part of the tradition. The popular poem Jingle Bells celebrates the coming of Santa to give away the gifts.