How is Christmas Celebrated , What is Christmas Day

 How is Christmas Celebrated? Christmas DayChristmas Tree, Who is Santa Claus?, Gift offering on Christmas day, About Entertainment of Christmas, What is “Merry Christmas” ?, Christmas in the United States, Christmas in Australia, Christmas in Canada, Christmas in India, Christmas in the UK.

Happy Christmas Day 2019

        What is Christmas Day?
Christmas is a delightful holiday which is celebrated by most people in the United States. Although his source was Christian, it has become a holiday season that people of different religions celebrate in different ways. Christmas stories come from the Bible. An angel appeared to the shepherds in the parable and told them that in the state of Behelem, a savior was born to Mary and Joseph. Three wise men (Maghi) from the east followed an amazing star, which led them to the baby Jesus. Intelligent men showed respect to the new child and presented gifts of gold, perfume, and smell. Christmas gifts were presented with gifts as intelligent men welcomed the newborn baby for this new gift. On Christmas Eve, December 24, many people serve church services in the evening, often at midnight. The view focuses on the birth state, the story of Jesus' birth, and the Christmas spirit. Christmas Eve services often include singing Christmas carols. On Christmas morning some families attend church services, but many families sit in the morning, open the gifts and share special food. Some people visit their friends and neighbors on Christmas Day.
In ancient pagan times, the last day of the winter in the northern hemisphere was celebrated as the night that the great mother goddess gave birth to the sun. It is also known as Yule, the day a huge log is added to a bonfire, almost all of which dance and sing in its long winter to wake the sun. In Roman times, it became a festival of festivals, sunset (god of the crop) and Mithra (ancient deity of light), a form of sun worship, which came to Rome in Syria a century ago, with the civilization of Sol Invictus. It declares that the winter is not forever, life continues and the invitation to stay in good spirits In the northern hemisphere, the last day of the winter occurs between December 20 and December 22. Celebrate Saturnalia in Roman on 17 and 24 December. In order to avoid torture during Roman pagan festivals, early Christians decorated their homes with the Shartanalia Holi. Increasing numbers of Christians and their customs became strong, these celebrations were held in the Christian Temple. But in the first half actually did not celebrate Christ's birth in December, TeleSophras, who was the second bishop of Rome from 125 to 136AD, announced that this time the Church services will be held to celebrate the birth and celebration of our Lord. "However, since the birth of Christ was not confirmed in any month, so was born in September, which was the time of the horn of the Jewish festivals (Modern Rosh Hashanah). In fact, for more than 300 years, people saw the birth of Jesus on different dates. December 27, 24 Certificate in December Roman Emperor Arialan.This date was announced as the source of the birth of the lazy sun "Natalis Solis Invicti" In 320 AD, Pope Julius mentioned 25th, December as the official date of the birth of Jesus Christ.
Many American families have been spread all over the country, they travel a lot in the Christmas season. A very sophisticated tradition of going to the house for Christmas, where on Christmas Day, some of the busiest people on the airport, train stations, and bus depots can be seen to spend their vacation with their loved ones. The houses can be full of cousins, uncle, ant, and friends who cannot meet each other at other times during the year. Family members help prepare for encouragement and organize a big meal! The Christmas dinner table is similar to the Thanksgiving table, such as turkey or ham, cranberry sauce, potato, and pi. No Christmas is full of spicy plaques without much confectionery and likes hot cookies from the oven. During the holidays and rallies, a popular drink is common, beaten eggs, cream, milk, sugar, spices, and perhaps brandy or a drink in the room. Dementia and hot chocolate are often in the same way for families and visitors alike. In Christmas preparations Christmas decorations and symbol decorations, many people enrich their houses with color lights and hang forever the eternal branches or other Christmas decorations. People inside the house often decorate with bright red poinsettia plants. Most families also set up Christmas trees. In some parts of the United States, there are Christmas tree firms where people can spend their own trees. However, most people have already bought trees that have been cut and sold very well in the street corners or shopping areas from Christmas trees. The trees are brought home, the living room is set up and the lights, ornaments, tinsels, and the top are decorated by a star or angel. Under this tree, family members and "Santa" will leave the gift.

Christmas Tree

In December, Christmas fell deeply during the Southern Hemisphere in the Northern Hemisphere and it was in the brutal northern culture where the Christmas tree began from the beginning.
Throughout the time, people used the sun and moon cycle to rule the season and family life of the season. During puberty times, during the winter of change of season, almost green branches were common to bring home and worship places. The trees that lived for green years symbolize life and hope, and how life can win death. It seems that customs have spread from Europe to England and then from 16 to 18 century America. Today, where Christmas is celebrated, in December it is usually a tree, brings a house, usually a cone, and decorate it with strings of trinkets, baubles, and tinsel or beads. In Australia, the succession of Christmas trees, from the northern hemisphere disciplines and events, the weather is very hot in December, since plants are often decorated to simulate traditional look by fake ice and cyclic. During this year, using synthetic Christmas trees year after year and packing in a storage box at Christmas, many still prefer to buy or collect a new tree or branch every year.

        Who is Santa Claus?

 Santa Claus's Source Norse and former Christian mythological characters were associated with returning gifts. Norse God, Odin, riding on a witch flying horse across the sky in the winter to reward people with gifts. In Scandinavian and other European countries, Father Christmas or St. Nicholas returns home and gives gifts to children to bring happiness to the coldest month of the year. Saint Nicholas's legend lived in 300 AD, a priest who could develop from the story of Truth Nicholas and paid the poor family. St. Nicholas became a symbol of gifts among Christians. Later, Saint Nicholas was replaced with non-religious images, Father Christmas, who represented a modest person with red cloth and long white beard. Immigrants came to the idea of Father Christmas in the United States. His name was finally changed from the Dutch "Sinter's Clauses" to Santa Claus, which means Father's Christmas. The Santa Claus was shaped in the United States, and Americans made him a fool-smart gentleman with a red cheek and a glow in his eyes. American children believe that Santa Claus is in the North Pole with his wife Mrs. Claus and his helper, elves. Throughout the year, he lists the names of children in the world and notes whether they have been good or bad. She decides what is the gift to give good children. He is prepared by his helper and ready to supervise wrap. Santa Claus thinks his idea of toys from millions of children written in the North Pole, explaining what he wants for Christmas. Children look for Santa Claus in the shopping malls across the country. They sit on his lap and tell him what they need. Of course, their father probably sounds as well.
On December 24, Christmas Eve, Santa strikes his eight raiders in a slug and loads it with a gift. To give gifts to children around the world, Rainer dragged her and her glow through the sky, that is, if they are good all year round. On Christmas morning, children cannot wait to open their eyes and see what Santa has kept for them under the Christmas tree. In many families, Christmas Eve creates a glass of milk and cookies for Santa's children. Of course, it was damaged in the morning, and they knew that Santa was there. Santa Claus is only available in our imagination. But he, St. Nicholas and Father Christmas represent the attitude of giving to everyone.

        Gift offering on Christmas day :
Offering gifts is a big Christmas tradition. Gifts are bought or made for all human beings. Often school kids will offer gifts to their parents or grandparents in their classroom. The gifts will be recorded and opened in the Christmas morning under the Christmas tree. On Christmas Day, some children are very excited that they sleep in the house while sleeping. It is difficult to wait until morning breakfast before giving gifts to them. Nowadays, people often complain that Christmas has become very "commercialized", especially in the big city. Shop owners begin advertising and decorating for Christmas as of October in hopes of selling more products. Children demand more from Santa Claus because the producers and retailers engage the media with advertisements. Children's toys became more complex and costly. Many babies ask for valuable electronic or sporting equipment when the trend for adults is also bigger, more expensive for gifts. Some people believe that Christmas sources and souls are lost. Every year human stories of interest are displayed in the media, which reminds readers of Christmas festivities. Shelter for homeless and hungry application for that money or gifts if needed. The Salvation Army, as members of the organization equipped with Santa Claus, and their soup stand beside the way to collect money for the kitchen. City Police and other teams supervise a "Toots for toys" drive, where people donate new toys to the children. Company employees may take a collection for a special charity or a family of needs. For all these efforts, an understanding of FEDERAL HOLIDAYS CHRISTMAS Day is paid - the importance of paying instead of taking this holiday season.
Another important custom for Christmas is the sending and receiving Christmas cards that reveal the feeling of the season. Some cards are religious in nature; Others are non-religious, even humorous. Often card-characters and photo-related information about family events from the previous year. Americans send Christmas cards to friends, family, colleagues and even business clients throughout December. Christmas cards are often greeted with wishes for the new year, "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year". Many people today prefer those cards that are "Happy Holidays" or "Greetings in Season", which include all religions.
Moving towards Christmas in the weeks of December, mail increases in post offices around the world, and most of them are Christmas cards and gifts. Traditionally this year, individuals, organizations and businesses send Christmas cards a picture, printed greeting and handwriting message to friends, family, and colleagues.

These cards are commonly referred to as Christmas cards, but those who want to get away from the Christian significance of this time of year are called greeting cards. Christmas cards usually have pictures of their birth story, where more common greeting cards can be Christmas trees, landscapes, Santa Claus, comic greetings or bright colored modern art, and instead of 'Merry Christmas' instead of 'Merry Christmas', 'The Religious Cards' Is.

The 'Christmas' cards were originated in England in 1843 and at that time, it was related to the upcoming season of spring and often it was the picture of gnomes or fairies. They started their history as a folded card on an envelope, then became more like today's postcards but now mostly folded back to the card. Business and royalty are soon caught and Christmas starts sending customized cards. America rapidly and quickly became an international custom transmitting Christmas cards.
Today, Christmas cards are usually a bold card that has a bright picture in front of, which usually includes Christmas colors. Inside is a pre-printed salute that could say:

·         'Happy Christmas and Happy New Year greet you and your family.'
·         'This Christmas may be God's blessing in your home.'
·         'The joy and peace of Christmas should be with you today and in the new year.'
·         'Happy holidays!'
·         'Regards of the season.'
To add to the season, post offices have a range of Christmas and Christmas-themed stamps printed for Christmas. Some people are moving away from printed cards to send e-greeting to Christmastimes, but many still prefer the private personal touch of physical cards.

           About Entertainment of Christmas
`Christmas entertainment songs, poems, stories, and performances are regular parts of the Christmas season for many families. In 1823, "The Night from Christmas", a famous poem written by Clement Moore. In the future of Santa's tour, they often hear American poetry before going to bed on Christmas Eve. In 1854, "Christmas Carol" written by British author Charles Dickens is a favorite Christmas story. Dickens story sharing and compassion. It tells about a poor family who can not live or eat a small amount of money, and their son, Tinny Team, who is unable and walking with a crutch, there is no meaning to pay for the doctor. Yet they think that they share what they are lucky - a close, happy family and liberal friends. Quotations from "non-Christmas carols" are an important Christmas tradition for many American families. The theater and television productions of "Non-Christmas Carol" are popular entertainment during Christmas. Another popular Christmas product is "The Nutcracker," a biography of Peter Ilich Tykowski who tells the story of the child. "Naughty" is a holiday which is favorite for a person of all ages. Special Christmas songs, or carols, are hauled throughout the holiday season and are heard. From community groups or churches, the carolers can go to the house through the surrounding doors to sing Christmas carols. There are several types of carols: old traditional songs such as "Good King Winters" and "Deck Holles"; "Joy to the World" and "Hey Little Town of Bethlehem" and religious songs such as "I'll be home for Christmas." Christmas carols, both religious and secular, capture the soul and tension.

What is “Merry Christmas”?

As of December 25th, we call ourselves "Mary Christmas" to our family members. But would you ever wonder of the word "surprise Christmas"? In a world where "Happy Easter" and "Happy Birthday" are the norm, "Funny" in "Merry Christmas" is unique. The people of Mental Flos have recently considered the same question that this answer is returned to the definition of two words. "Happy" is a mental state, when "delighted" is a behavior. In addition, happy, the word comes from "hap", meaning fortune or opportunity means good luck. Meanwhile, "good luck" refers to a more active display of happiness - which you can think of as pleasurable. Both words have evolved and money has changed over time (yes - people once called "Happy Christmas"), people stopped using "funny" as their own words during the 18th and 19th centuries. Due to the influence of Charles Dickens, it is almost stuck in common phrases like "more, sophisticated" and Christmas carols and stories. Victorian Christmas went to define today's holiday customs.
Of course, "Happy Christmas" did not completely fade - it is still widely used in England. It is considered "happy" because the higher class burden was associated with the lower classes of "lower". The royal family took the "Happy Christmas" as their desired greetings and took notes from others. Meanwhile, "Mary Christmas" has still accepted the sense of hearing "happy" in the United States, now remember our December 25th.

Christmas celebration in the United States
In the US, Christmas is viewed on 25 December.

Here the Thanksgiving holiday begins on the fourth Thursday of November, traditionally in the festive season. On Thanksgiving Day, a spectacular parade of New York City has been taken out, among which the smiling picture of Santa Clos has participated. It shows the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. Store shops, shopping malls, and small shops are designed to fit shoppers in their season to attract customers and spend Christmas money, gifts, dresses, greeting cards and something similar.

Christmas celebration in the United States

In the final days till December 25, small evergreen trees were planted in each house and well decorated with colored lights, tinsels, angels, stars and bright ornaments. Almost every room and side fountains are equipped with external electric lamp strands. Strips of electric lights are not used only for sorting of motorways and doorways, rafters, ceiling lines and private home porch railings, public or commercial buildings, departmental shops, and even business centers. Christmas trees can be seen in most places. It's often an impressive event for Americans to watch or watch the other light and the surroundings surrounding the neighborhood on Christmas Eve or around the neighborhood. Those who have deep pockets are often found to put life-size, enlightened Santas, reindeer and snowmen on their size and roof. The memories of the humble birth of Jesus Christ showcasing a number of churches and private homes.
Christmas Eve is not an official holiday here. So most people have to work. However, many have held the Christmas party or celebration at the workplace, so there is a celebration of the day wind. For kids, this is a lovely day because most schools and other educational institutions are usually closed. In the evening, most people add to the final touch of their home decorations. Many people have installed Christmas trees in their homes on this day. Many organizations and department stores are usually open for Christmas buyers for the last minute but can be closed earlier. Many people travel to meet their family members or friends on Christmas Eve. Some people, especially Roman Catholics, attend midnight public service in the church and participate in singer Carole. Traditionally, the midnight mass begins at midnight, from Christmas Eve to Christmas Day conversion point. Many Protestant churches keep Christmas services especially, displaying beautiful granular views and candle-religious shows.

Christmas or Christmas in the United States is a turkey or ham, potato, and pie. The cake is, of course, necessary for an occasion. "Crostoli" in the menu, such as a little sweet sweet spices full bread (made like Italian-American community) or "pufferware", pepper chicken full pepper (eaten by German-Americans) or "Berlin's cranber" - a Norwegian Polish-shaped cookie. Baked bread and cookies are also part of the dinner list. At Christmas's Expedition, adults drink beverages made of low-calorie, cream, milk, sugar, beaten eggs, and brandy or room.

After Christmas Eve dinner, the kids go to sleep in the morning, but the volcanic eruptions or their beds do not hang their stockings to fill Santa Clauses with gifts and goods. The next morning, the kids wake up to find their favorite items in their stockings and find a beautifully wrapped gift under their Christmas tree.

Christmas in Australia.

 Like most countries, Australia recognizes Christmas as a public holiday. This annual memorial of the birth of Jesus Christ has been observed and celebrated for hundreds of years throughout the world. Although historians can be anywhere between 2 and 7 BC in the year of the birth of Jesus, no one can specify a correct month and day. Meanwhile, the Bible gives other important details more important to regard. According to Christian scriptures, Jesus was born in a stable inner Virgin Mary, wrapped in cloth, kept in a hole, and surrounded by farm animals. Listening to the news of her birth and following some Russians led by Bethlehem, some wise men came to visit the new-born of gold, fragrance and grapefruit gifts. Today, Christians and non-Christians carry the tradition of gift during this special holiday season.
In Australia, Christmas time (or the coming season) has become a season of weeks and months until Christmas, which has been shopping and card sending in the last century, family holiday season, food and gifts. It is the season for retailers to season.
Australia is a bit of a curiosity at Christmas. The country is located in the southern hemisphere, which means December 25th in Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States, such as in winter, in the mid-summer than winter. So the shop windows are not unusual for toys and displays which are covered with fake snow spray and have come out of the windows even when it is anecdotal.
In the middle of December, it is decorated with decorations, usually with a pine tree, with tanners and fairy lights in red, green and gold, and usually decorated with a small birthplace in the table or coffee table. And outside, many rooms are transformed with light displays and color amazing displays.
Traditionally, Christmas luncheon is a collection of large family groups that eat roast turkeys, ham and vegetables, and finishes the food with hot plum pudding, fruit mint tarts, and cream or custard. But many Australian families will now choose more comfortable ways to cook in hot weather - Australian liqueur with various foods, seafood, and salads. Most probably, carols play somewhere in the house all day long.
           Christmas in Canada 
Canada is a very large country and many different cultural background people live there. Because of this, Canada has several Christmas traditions. Many of the traditions and celebrations come from the influence of French, English, Irish, Scottish, German, Norwegian, Ukrainian, and Indigenous / First Nation.
The people of Canada send Christmas cards to their friends and family. Many Canadians opened their gifts on Christmas Eve. Some just open their stockings on Christmas Eve. Choose a gift open to others, then save the rest until Christmas day. Canadians like to decorate their houses with Christmas trees, lights and other decorations. Christmas stockings are often decorated with volcanic eruptions, ready for Santa!
The main Christmas foods are often 'all trimmings' like corn turkey and spices potatoes and vegetables with vegetables. Traditional favorite Christmas desserts include Christmas / plum pudding and mincemeat tart. Christmas crackers are also popular with many people in Canada. A rich fruit Christmas cake is also eaten around Christmas time!
However, people from different backgrounds and cultures have their own food at Christmas.
Skying, skating, and tobogganing are also popular on Christmas snowfall!
Believe in Canadian children's Santa Claus Canadians are particularly proud that their country is at home in Santa Claus. (Although I'm sure the Finnish people will disagree!)
The Santa Claus parade in Toronto is one of the oldest and largest Santa Pardes in the world! In 1913 it was drawn to the streets of Santa Torro. Children along the road followed Santa and marched along with him. It's been running for more than 100 years and now a huge event with more than 25 animated flats and 2000 participants! It's broadcast on TV around the world.
The eastern Canadian province of Nova Scotia is known worldwide for its return and pine Christmas tree, so most families in Canada have a return or pine Christmas tree. Canadian heritage is sent to Boston, the largest fishery in the United States (grown in Nova Scotia) due to the help was given during Worldwide Disaster Victim, as a hotfix explosion. This tradition has been carried for many years. Boostians always love and appreciate Nova Scotia, Christmas Trey. They keep this tree in town and then start the Christmas season during a ceremony.
Mummering is a tradition that is mainly held in small towns and villages in Newfoundland Province, usually in major cities and towns. It is sometimes called 'Janning'. People dress and wear clothes and hit someone's door and say in an impostor's voice, "Is there a puja in the night?" Or, "what mummers are loud?", Meaning 'mum is allowed in the house?' Then they keep on singing and dancing and having Christmas cake and some nice cups before going to the next cup. In some places, if the host does not assume a mamara, then the hosts will have to join the uncle for their dirt. Mamming is a fun Christmas season activity for adults. Normally 26 October and 6 January (12 days of Christmas) uncles usually come out. However, some Christmas days come before. Mamming has been banned in some places because people used it as an excuse for begging.
On the south side of Nova Scotia on Christmas, there is the tradition of Belshiking where people dress up in a fun Santa costume and do not go home from house to house to tell who you are. It was especially popular in West and East Green Harbor. Bellessians often sang the musical instruments. They serve Christmas cake or cookie. This tradition was introduced by the German immigrants of 1751 to Nova Scotia, who settled in Lüneburg and the south coast.
In northern Canada, some people plan a Tuffy Paul. It is held in honor of St. Catherine, the patron saint of single women. This group allows single women to meet qualified single men! Newfoundland Lab Labrador City holds a Christmas light competition each year. People light out of their homes and often have large ice sculptures in the gardens before them! There is no problem finding enough ice or ice because there is about 12-14 feet snowfall in Labrador City!
Many Canadian families have a cookie-baking party. They will bring a recipe for Christmas cookies, bake them and then exchange them with their family members. Dear people, along with cheese and straws of ginger birds. At the end of the party, to enjoy Christmas, every family goes home with various cookies.
Christmas in India

Christmas is a small festival in India, compared to other religious festivals. It is being said that India's population is more than 1 billion, so there are 25 million Christians in India!
Mumbai is one of the largest Indian Christian communities in the city. Many Christians in Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) Roman Catholic India is India's largest state of Goa, which is approximately 26% of the population of Christianity. Many Christians in Mumbai came from the roots. There is a high population of Christians in Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Mizoram (all east of India). Midnight mass is an important service for India, especially Catholic Christians. The whole family will walk towards the masses and after that, it will be followed for a wide variety of foods (mostly curry) and gifts and gifts. India's Christmas is decorated with pancetta flowers and candles for Christmas Eve midnight mass services.
Various languages are called in India. Hindi Happy / Merry Christmas 'Youth Christmas'; Urdu is 'Christmas Mubarak'; In Sanskrit it is called 'Christmas Good Luck'; In Gujarati, it is 'Ananda Natall' or 'Happy Natalia'; 'Shuvo boudadin' in Bengali; In Tamil it is 'Castistas Wattoca'; It is a 'happy new year' in Kankani; 'Kris Month Havada Shubashyagalu' in Kannada; It's Christmas chive in Mijo; In Marathi it is 'ubub natan'; In Panjabi, it is 'Nawana Salah Khuswawala Hawaa' in Karishma; In Malayalam, it is the 'Christmas Inn of Bengal'; It is 'Christmas Suhakankshalu' in Telugu and it is called 'Christmas Jun Wadhayun'. Happy / Merry Christmas in many languages
Instead of the traditional Christmas tree, the banana or mango tree (or any tree can be decorated by humans!). Sometimes people use mango tree leaves decorated their houses.
In southern India, Christians often keep small amounts of waxing wax in small flats on their flat roof, so that their neighbors can show that the light of the world is in the light.
Christians love to celebrate Christmas! There is a historical connection with Christmas in Goa, as there are many 'Western' customs as part of their Christmas. Most Christians are Catholics in Goa. About a week before Christmas, people love to sing carols around their neighbors. Christmas tree is very popular as a 'traditional' rich fruit Christmas cake! Many sweet sweets are eaten on Christmas in Goa. Favorite sweet neuros (small pastries that are stuffed with dried fruit and coconut and grill) and doodles (such as toffee which contain coconut and cassau) are included. These other sweets often take part in the 'Consumption' section when people sweet before Christmas and give them to their friends and neighbors. In most Christian families, it is a birthplace scene with soil statistics.
On Christmas the day before Christmas, Christians surrounded the giant lanterns of giant paper, in the house, in the house, so that they grow up when they walk down the street. The main Christmas food is eaten on Christmas day before Christmas and 'Western' is also popular with roast turkeys or chicken. After meals, Christians are the head of the church for midnight public. After the service, the bells of the church announced that Christmas Day came. Many Christians celebrate Epiphany in Goa and remember the wise men by visiting Jesus.
Christians in Mumbai use a lot of Christmas traditions (people definitely confirm their superb view!), With star lanterns and granular scenes from Garah. In north-western India, the tribal Christian of Ville people spent the night on Christmas night and singing on their streets on Christmas night. They go to the villages surrounding the villages to sing and tell Christmas stories.
In south-west India, 39% of the state's 39% population of Kerala is Christian and Christmas is an important festival. Do not eat until December 1 to December 24th for the traditional Catholic fast midnight service. Each house will be equipped with a Christmas star. At the beginning of the Christmas season, almost all station shops will be filled with new and different Christmas stars. People make cribs in their homes and churches.
In India, Father Christmas or Santa Clos provides gifts to children from a horse and cart. He is known in Hindi as 'Christmas Bab', in Urdu 'Baba Christmas' (both mean Father's Christmas); Tamil's 'Christmas Thirty' and 'Christmas Thaatha' in Telugu (both old people of Christmas); And 'Natal Buya' (Christmas Elder Man) Marathi.
Christmas in the UK

Families in the United Kingdom or Great Britain often celebrate Christmas together so they can keep each other's gifts open!
For Christmas, most families have Christmas trees (or even two!) In their homes. The decor of the tree is usually a ceremony of the family, the helper everyone. The Christmas tree is popularized in the UK by Queen Victoria's first husband, Prince Albert. Prince Albert was German and thought it was best to use one of his ways to celebrate Christmas in England.
Holly, Ivy, and Mistletoe are sometimes used to decorate the house or other buildings.
Christmas decorated with most of the villages, towns, and cities with Christmas lights. Often a famous person switches on them. The most famous Christmas lights in the UK are located in London's Oxford Street. Every year they get bigger and better. Thousands of people go to see the big 'switch on' at the beginning of November.
Like many countries, Nativity Place and Carroll services are very popular during Christmas time. The church that I will go with is always a carol by the candle service where the candles of the church are only enlightened. This is a very special service and always seems to me very Christian! Other British churches also have carols through candlelight and christening services.
Children believe that Father Christmas or Santa Claus gifts to stockings or pillows. These are usually fitted on the day before Christmas or by the beds of children of fire. Children sometimes drink mines for Father's Christmas and drink and drink and drink and drink. Now, some people say that a non-alcoholic beverage for Santa should be left on!
The children wrote letters by Father Christmas / Santa to their requests, but instead of entering the post sometimes letters were thrown into the fireplace. The draft letter reads the chimney and the smoke of Father Christmas / Santa.
The United States has only some customs that started or started. Wassailing is an old English-Saxon custom that does not take much space today. Boxing Day is a very old custom started in the UK and is taken as a holiday in different countries of the world.
Scots (a Scottish dialect) Happy / Happy Christmas 'Blyth Eulle'; In the galaxy it is 'nolived chiradil'; In Wales (which is said to be part of Wales, it is called 'Nadolig Laven', Cornish (spoken by some people in Cornwall of South West England) it is 'Nadalik Govan' and 'Manx' (spoken by some people of the Isle of Man) its 'Nalin Ganainal'. Happy / Merry Christmas in the language
In the UK, the main Christmas meal is usually eaten on Christmas Eve lunch or in the afternoon. It is usually corn turkey, roasted vegetables and 'all trimming' which is carrots and beans, stuffing and occasionally bacon and sausage-like vegetables.  Traditionally, and was available before Turkey, the roast beef or goose was the main Christmas meal. Christmas is a vegetable Brussel sprouts often in the UK. I love them but not many people! Confectionery is often Christmas pudding. Lots of mince pies and chocolate are often eaten!
A popular dessert at Trifle Christmas. It creates a large bowl and the sponge cake (or sponge finger) layer is formed under the bowl (often wither in sherry or brandy), then a layer of fruit (usually suspended in a fruit-flavored jelly) and it is topped with a layer of custard and then whipped cream. Scotland has a variety called 'Tips Layered' which uses whiskey to open sponge and fruit is raspberries. The dinner table is equipped with a Christmas cracker for each person and sometimes for flowers and candles.
The UK is also famous for Christmas cake - some people like it and some people really do not like it! It is traditionally a rich fruit cake covered with margarine and icing - and Holly is the top of the spring with Christmas themed cake decorations.
It does not snow in the UK, but people always want to know if it will be a 'white Christmas'. The British definition used in the United Kingdom's weather office (whether it's white Christmas in the UK!), It's a single snowfall in Christmas 24 hours! This is not happening much in the UK !!!
                Statistics show that in the UK they get the official White Christmas every 4 or 5 years, and on Christmas, they have snow ice once in 10 years.

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