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When was Christmas in 2014?

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Christmas is one of the most prominent festival of the world which commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ, the son of God. The word ‘christmas’ is derived from the compound old english word “Christe Messe” which means “Mass on Christ’s Day”. Though a variety of customs and traditions are associated with Christmas, the core essence of this festivity is celebration. Since 20th century, Christmas has established itself as a secular holiday which is now equally celebrated throughout the globe. People decorate their houses, visit the nearby church and spend time with their family on this auspicious day.

Christmas is celebrated on 25th December every year. In the year 2014, the day falls on Thursday.

Jesus was regarded as the savior of mankind who illuminated the life of his disciples with his public teachings and righteousness. His messages and principles are widely accepted across the world. The celebration of Christmas gained popularity after the Roman emperor Constantine authorised it as the official religion of his empire. Till the medieval ages, Christmas was celebrated in traditional manner with feasting and singing. As Jesus was believed to have taken birth at midnight, the ceremony begins on the christmas eve. Special prayers are held during the day as the churches are decorated with lights and beautiful figurines of Jesus.

With time the festive spirit of Christmas escalated. People celebrate the day with their family, friends and relatives. The prominent buildings and streets of the major cities of the world are decorated with colourful lights and Christmas trees. The trees are embellished with light, coloured balls and other motifs. All the households refurbish their homes and they enjoy the day over a family dinner together. Christmas is one of the most delightful periods for children, who loves to receive adorable gifts from Santa Claus, the iconic character of Christmas. Many people dressed as Santa Claus in the customary red coat and hat, disseminate gifts to the poor children. This noble effort makes the carnival even more comprehensive.

A public holiday in most of the countries, Christmas has evolved as a cultural festival from a religious celebration. It is marked by an increasingly elaborate exchange of gifts. Make this occasion special for your dear ones with exclusive and heartwarming Christmas Gifts to India. GiftstoIndia24x7.com, the proficient online gifting medium have arranged a prolific assortment of presents which you can send to anywhere in India.

The celebration of christmas seems to be incomplete without the yummilicious taste of cakes. Available in different enticing flavours, these cakes are baked by the premium confectioneries of the city. Select from the wide range of chocolate, vanilla, strawberry and fruit cakes to give a sumptuous treat to your dear ones.

Christmas is associated in eradicating the darkness of our life and spreading happiness and joy. On this auspicious occasion, delight your dear ones with christmas special candles and trees. These gorgeous christmas trees and designer candles can be used to decorate the house on christmas.

Select the most delightful gift from this gorgeous collection and send it to India to your relatives, friends and dear ones. Your gift will be speak your profound emotions for you making the Christmas celebration memorable.

Christmas 2014

Aninda Published: Sep 29, 2014 | Last Updated: Apr 30, 2020
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