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Christmas is the great joyous occasion of the annual celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity. It was on 25th of December that Lord Jesus was born at Bethlehem.Jesus Christ, the most important figure in Christianity, is believed to have founded the Christian religion. Hence, Christmas is a great Christian festival.


Christmas day is a special day in the Christian world. This day they go to the Church and offer special prayer.Christmas day is a day of merrymaking and joy. Christians decorate their house, offices, street, churches beautifully with colorful light.On this occasion, everybody wishes ‘Merry Christmas’ to each other. Special Christmas Carols are sung in churches and abbeys. It is also an occasion for family get-together. People put on new clothes, present gifts to each other, and decorate their houses.The two special items of Christmas are the Christmas tree and the Christmas cake. There are Christmas trees and Christmas candle in every house on this occasion. They prepare delicious foods, cakes on this occasion.Gift distribution is one of the most common activity during this festival. People around the world start shopping several days before the festival season. Huge crowd can be seen in marketplaces and shopping malls. In many parts of the world, shopkeepers decorate their shops along the Christmas theme.

On this unique occasion of Christmas, even non-Christmas remember, with due reverence, the Son of god, who suffered the terribly painful death on the Cross to deliver humanity and kindness from evil. Wars are temporarily suspended in honor of Christ on Christmas. An atmosphere of universal goodwill prevails on earth. All men and women treat others as brothers and sisters. People forget jealousy, hatred and selfishness. The spread of love and peace among mankind is the supreme message of Christmas.



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