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The True Story Of Santa Claus

Tel your children a true story of Santa Claus

Posted By- Khyati Rathod | Posted On - Nov 27, 2019

Santa Claus was not always a jolly old fellow. He did not have always long white whiskers, and one thing is that they do not always wear a big red suit, and with a long white beard. There was some story about that showed that Santa Claus's true story.


History of Santa Claus


Long before he lived in the North Pole, and long before his yearly Christmas visits bought joy to all the children of the world, Santa Claus was a child himself. He was once hust an ordinary baby boy named Nicholas. The baby boy is just like others, but his parents hoped for great things from their only son. They named him Nicholas, which means “hero of the people”.


Even at a young age, Nicholas was a kind and generous boy. He often helped people in his village. He shared his meal with those people who had nothing to eat, he was always the first to lend a helping hand, and he brought joy to young and old alike. There were no better friends to have than young Nicholas. At a very young age, Nicholas joined the church. It was his duty to help people. Nicholas gave special attention to the children of his village. And they were very fond of Nicholas for his playful and joyful manner. Nicholas can be well known throughout the land as a kind and wise young man. He was soon named bishop of the church. Because Nicholas is still so young. People called him the “boy bishop”. Nicholas wore a long red robe with a red hat, and he traveled on horseback. At every village, happy children would spot his bright robe from a distance and gather in the road to greet him.



In one village, bishop Nicholas heard the sorrowful tale of a poor old man and his three young daughters. It seemed the men could no longer feed his daughters and he feared he would have to send them away from him. Nicholas knew he could help this family. That night, the whole village slept, Nicholas crept up to the hut where the three sisters lived. He climbed up the rooftop to find the chimney. There Nicholas dropped three bags of gold, one by one, down through the chimney stack.


Earlier on that day, Nicholas knows that the three sisters had hung their newly washed stocking by the fireplace to dry. Each small bag of gold that Nicholas dropped fell into one of the stockings below. The next morning, the girls were overjoyed to find gold coins in their stockings. “Father” they called, running to wake him. “We have received a magical gift”. 


As we can see the story of these three sisters that are spread in the village to village, other people began to start thinking of stocking by the fire, helping to find a secret gift when they awake the next morning. Through this was bishop Nicholas's most famous gifts. It was not his first good deed. And it would certainly not be his last.


At that time Bishop Nicholas was enjoying a lot to watch surprisingly people. He began to deliver his secret gifts of hope and joy only at night, while his friends were asleep. Bishop Nicholas was named a saint. He is honored as the saint who looks after all children. Like other saints. St. Nicholas was given a name on that day. One day each year everyone celebrates Santa's good deeds. St. Nicholas's name day is December 6. 


People all over the world began to celebrate St. Nicholas Day. they hug their stocking by the fire the night before and awake the next morning to find them filled with candy, fruits, cookie, nuts, cakes, or toys. St. Nicholas had left a magical gift at each home. Many years ago, people began to celebrate St. Nicholas has many names around the world in some places he is called “Saint Nikolaus” or “Sinterklass” and many people know him today as Santa Claus. Nowadays small children celebrate this day as a Christmas day and sais St. Nicholas as a Santa Claus. 


We can definitely say that a true hero of the people, St. Nicholas still delivers his magical gifts each year at Christmastime. The gifts Santa Claus delivers, gifts of hope and joy, bring the joy of giving to all the children of the world. 


A Santa Claus by any other name


The other story of Santa Clause is in 18th century America’s Santa Claus was not the only St. Nicholas inspired gift giver to make an appearance at Christmastime. Similar figures were popular all over the world. In Scandinavia, a jolly elf named jultonten was thought to deliver gifts in a sleigh drawn by goats. English legend explains that Father Christmas visits in all the home on Christmas Eve to fill children’s stockings with holiday treats. In all the time Christmas has some new story about Santa Claus or St. Nicholas. In many Countries celebrate this Christmas with full of joy. Many of the countries do not celebrate that day just because there were not enough Christians to celebrate this day. 

Make this Christmas season more joyful with your loved ones. Make your loved ones all the moment special this Christmas. Give some of the beautiful gifts to your dear ones. Santa Claus gives you joy this Christmas. 


Merry Christmas….!!!! :-)