Christmas is the biggest religious holiday of the Christians. The whole world started preparing to celebrate the 25th day. According to the beliefs of the early Christians, Jesus entered Mary’s womb on this date.
This day is celebrated all over the world. Around the day a different kind of enthusiasm works among the Christian families. However, the symbol of Christmas is said to be Santa Claus. Every year the old man with the white beard, wearing a bright red dress and a white hat on his head, came to spread happiness among all. Santa is known to Christians as the protector of children.
At 12 o’clock on the night of the 24th, Santa Claus appeared in a red and white dress, a white hat, and a white beard, with a jingle bell tune on his shoulders. From where one gift after another will come out for the little ones.
Children also put socks on the windows or on the Christmas tree before going to bed. Santa’s been up all night – making eight or nine flying reindeer sleds to please the little ones at Christmas.
Is this Santa Claus just a fairy tale character, or is he really on earth? There are many stories told about Santa. It is said that Santa lived in Finland.
The existence of Santa Claus was discovered in the 3rd century AD. At that time, not as Santa, but an old man named St. Nicholas came to every house and gave presents to the children. Born in Turkey, St. Nicholas owned a lot of property. Just as he helped helpless people, he also became a favorite of children.
According to another story, Santa’s house in North Pole. He lives in Northpole with his wife, Claus. This Santa gained popularity in Europe as well as in the United States. All these different stories are told about Santa Claus. Europe, America, Australia and other parts of the world are waiting for Santa to prepare food. Not only that, the little faces also believe that Santa will go through his gift bag with things like their minds.
Many say that Santa Claus is a man from a far-flung North Pole. However, Santa’s real home is in the Corvatunturi Highlands in the province of Lapland, Finland.
The holy land of Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, is painted in seven colors. The red Christmas tree, lighting balloons, and decorative lighting all surround this day. The simplicity of Jesus Christ seemed to be reflected in the smiles of the children of the Holy Land. The adults were also excited to wear Santa Claus hat.
One said that Bethlehem was the birthplace of Jesus Christ. What better place could there be to celebrate his birthday? We are thrilled to be here.
Hundreds of worshipers gathered at a church in the South Korean capital, Seoul, despite the Corona epidemic. Thousands of followers of Jesus Christ took part in the special Christmas prayers in keeping with social distance.