Happy Christmas Day
Christmas Day is a Christian holiday valuing the birth of Jesus who Christian believe is the Son of God., has progressed as into a worldwide religious celebration infusing many Pre-Christian tradition into the festival. This is a public holiday and is marked on 25 December across the world. It is a day when most of the schools and businesses are closed.
There are a lot of ways people celebrate this day with great pomp and show. People exchange gifts and decorate their homes and garden with lights including Christmas tree weeks before Christmas. Organizing special meals often consisting of Turkey and a lot of other festive food is a regular practice.
Especially Children receive a lot of gifts from their parents and the mythical figure Santa Claus. A lot of families especially across the Europe and United States spend a large part of their savings on gifts and food. Uncommon occasions are additionally sorted out by numerous schools, temples and networks which incorporate finishing the area, a shopping center or setting up a Christmas tree with shows and exhibitions adding excellence to it.
The word “Christmas” is not just a word but carries a big meaning in all aspects. It means a special church service to celebrate the birth of holy Jesus. Events surrounding the birth and the Nativity story hold the importance in the religious celebration of Christmas. However many customs are followed around the world today which includes the importance of candles and decorations made from bushes and tree which denotes light and life.
Towards the start of the 19th century the practice of giving gifts to family members was well established. Hence the feast day propounded Christians of God’s gift to Jesus to mankind.
This practice of giving gifts contributed to the view that Christmas was a secular holiday dedicated to family and friends. In most of the Europeans nations, people exchange gifts on the Night of December 24, in keeping with the idea that the baby Jesus was born on the night of the 24th. However North America followed the practice of exchanging gifts on the morning of 25 December.