Christmas-Day

Christmas Day In Winters

Christmas is the day, when miracles happen and dreams come true. Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ inborn a new change to the lives of people. Jesus Christ was not taken in any fort but was too poor and modest parents born. Christmas Day is the most miraculous occasion of the year a worldwide celebration; it is all around the globe celebrated. 25th December, as Christmas celebrated every year in winters. Christmas is all around the world celebrated in different ways. The birth of Jesus Christ celebrates known the exact date of his birth not because of the difference on the calendar and culture, Bishop of Rome was declared by the day as the day of the birth of Jesus Christ must be celebrated. Back in 350 AD, I chose Julius, a Bishop of Rome 25 December as the day before, around Christmas to celebrate. Christmas is much more than holiday outgoings and it brings fun and happiness. They get to spend some memorable and precious moments with their family or relatives.In most parts of the world, Christmas Day is celebrated on the 25th of December. The festival of Christmas brings cheerfulness, happiness and love & it include decoration of Christmas tree, Christmas ornaments, exchange of Christmas gifts and cards, sing Christmas carols in praise of Christ, Christmas Candles, and Christmas stocking and arrival of Santa Claus on the Christmas morning or evening. Christmas decorations are an important part of the festivity on this day. People buy Christmas trees, gifts, sweets etc. Some people do Christmas decorations inside & outside their houses with Christmas trees. Enjoy this Christmas season.

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