Merry Christmas – Jesus Christ Birthday Celebration with Santa Claus

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Merry Christmas - Happy New Year

Christmas festival is celebration to honor the birthday of Jesus Christ. The date of December 25 is officially observed as Christmas Day around the globe. This festival is celebrated by most of Christian and non-Christian people with lots of fun and culture. It is official holiday in most of the nations in the world. It is a worldwide festival with love, family and brotherhood, and friendship in the society. On this occasion people exchange gifts with their relatives and spent time with family. Popular customs of decoration are Christmas trees, Church and Santa Claus. Kids celebrate their favorite Santa Claus, who gives them chocolates and gifts.

Birth of Jesus Christ

According to Bible, birth of God Jesus was (between 7 -2 BC) to mother Mary in Bethlehem city. Christmas celebration of customs related to have Christian religion and non-Christian people. Christmas music, caroling, Christmas cards, Church services, Christmas trees, lights are decoration part the festival for house and city area. The most famous Santa Claus and Father Christmas are very interesting who gives chocolates and gifts to children. Christmas lighting decorations are to welcome of Jesus to earth with symbol of love and peace. The tradition of Christ related to St. Nicholas and gifts given to the baby God Jesus by the Magi on the Christmas day.

Christmas in India and World

Christmas is a national holiday in India and official festival. Christian communities celebrating in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Chennai. The most Christian majority states are Kerala, Goa, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram celebrates festival with peace and harmony in India. The Christians in Indian Catholics offer prayers for midnight mass celebration. Family members with new clothing go to visit to Churches in their respective town which decorated with colorful candles and flowers on the Christmas Eve. matrimonial site is wishing Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2016 to all the people in the world.

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