Monday, December 23, 2019

Christmas Day: Christmas Day will be celebrated on 25th of December, know everything about this 'big day'

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On 24 December, people celebrate Easter Eve and on 25 December (25 December) party in homes, which lasts for 12 days. Christmas begins from 25 December until 5 January.
Christmas Day Christmas Day will be celebrated on 25th of December, know everything about this 'big day'

25 December 2019: Christmas Day, popularly known as Bada Din, is celebrated on 25 December. On this day, more than one decoration will be seen outside the houses and houses. People wearing Santa Claus dress will be seen. Cakes will be fed to each other in homes, gifts will be given. Christians will go to church and pray and at night the whole family and friends will party together. From this, the new year 2020 will begin on the seventh day. Know here some very special things related to the trend of giving gifts from Christmas tree to socks.
Why do we celebrate Christmas? (Why is Christmas celebrated?)
Christmas is celebrated in the joy of the birth of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is called Son of God. Christmas also got its name from Christ. Jesus Christ is called Son of God.

Why Christmas Celebrated on the 25th December (Why Christmas on 25 December?)
No birth date of Jesus is given in the Bible, but still Christmas is celebrated every year on 25 December. There were many disputes over this date. But in 336 AD, the first Christmas was celebrated on 25 December in the time of the first Christian Roman Emperor of Roman. A few years later, Pope Julius officially announced the birth of Jesus on 25 December.

Christmas Tree Story
The Christmas tree began thousands of years ago in northern Europe. During that time, this winter festival was celebrated by decorating the tree named 'Fir'. Apart from this, people used to decorate the branches of cherry plant during Christmas. Those who could not buy these plants used to celebrate Christmas by giving wood the shape of a pyramid. Gradually the trend of Christmas tree increased everywhere and now everyone brings this tree to their home on the occasion of Christmas and decorates it with candy, chocolates, toys, lights, bells and gifts. This winter festival is celebrated by decorating a tree named 'FIR'.

Secret Santa and Secret Santa gifts Story (Secret Santa and the gift story in his socks)
According to popular stories, a man named St. Nicholas lived in Myra (now Turkey), a place in Asia Minor in the fourth century. One who was very rich, but his parents had died. He always helped the poor secretly. He kept trying to make them happy by giving them secret gifts.

One day Nicholas (Saint Nicholas) finds out that a poor man has three daughters, who have absolutely no money for their weddings. John Nicholas arrived to help this man. One night he reached the chimney in the roof of this man's house and put a bag full of gold from there. During that time this poor man had put his stockings in the chimney to dry. In the whole world, it is the custom to give gifts in socks on Christmas day or to become a secret Santa.

Suddenly, a bag full of gold fell into his house in this socks. This happened not once but three times. The last time this man was seen by Nicholas. Nicholas asked not to tell this to anyone. But soon the noise of this thing came out. From that day, whenever anyone would get a secret gift, everyone would think that Nicholas gave it.

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Gradually, this story of Nicholas became popular. Because it has been a custom to give gifts to children on Christmas day. That is why the first Nicholas story in the UK, especially in England, formed the basis and was named Father Christmas and Old Man Christmas. After this, the custom of giving gifts in the socks on the day of Christmas, ie Secret Santa, went on.

How to celebrate Christmas
Especially, people and children are holidayed from school, college and office before Christmas abroad. The entire market and every street is illuminated with Christmas tree and lights. On 24 December, people celebrate Easter Eve and on 25 December (25 December) party in homes, which lasts for 12 days. Christmas begins from 25 December until 5 January. This festival, especially celebrated in Europe for 12 days, is known as Twelfth Night.

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