When is Christmas?

When is Christmas?

Christmas is a grand festival celebrated by Christians with lots of joy and enthusiasm. The festival celebrates the birth of Lord Christ on 25th December. On this festival, people visit churches and offer their prayers to the Son of God. Along with this, they even bake delicious cake and share them with their loved ones. Feasting, exchanging gifts, as well as merrymaking goes side by side. The articles assigned in this chapter discuss about when is Christmas celebrated.

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When is Christmas in 2021?

Christmas is a happy and joyful time of the year. With the holiday spirit at its peak, this day is all about prayers, feasts and fun. Christmas is the day that Lord Jesus was born on. It is an extremely important festival for Christians. On this day, different types of evergreen coniferous trees like spruce and pine are decorated with glass ornaments. Due to the unavailability of these trees in the warmer parts of the world, people decorate plastic models of these. Christmas is incomplete without cakes, carols and gifts. As we grow up we slowly evolve from waiting for Santa to being the Santa. The spirit of Santa Clause is h

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When is Christmas in 2020?

The birthday of Jesus Christ is globally celebrated as Christmas. This is a day when people all over the world get together to celebrate His teachings and seek His blessings. Christmas is a traditional Christian holiday. But from the early 20th century, Christian and non-Christians started celebrating Christmas. This made Christmas a truly global holiday irrespective of faith. Christmas will be celebrated on the 25th of December, 2020. Christmas spirit is all about gifts which gave rise to the legend of Santa Claus. We offer you the opportunity to be a Santa to your loved ones. Choose from the plethora of Christmas gifts on

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When was Christmas in 2016?

Christmas literally means Christ’s mass or the day dedicated to the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. This annual event has a more secular celebration now with people belonging to all religions taking part in it. The festival also has a variety of other names like Nativity, Yule and also Xmas but Christmas is the one that is generally accepted. Jesus was born in Bethlehem to Mother Mary and he is the propounder of the religion Christianity. His words and teachings have been compiled in the holy book Bible and they have spread throughout the world. If you are wondering when is Christmas in 2016 then we would like t

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When was Christmas in 2015?

Christmas is one of the happiest occasions that is celebrated on a massive scale, worldwide. Although it is mainly a Christian festival, but even those not practicing this religion are well aware of when is Christmas celebrated. Every year, this festival is celebrated on the 25th of December. This year it coincides with Friday. Every year Christmas brings with it, the much needed excitement for Christians all over the world. The fun filled, vibrant energy sets in from the Christmas Eve itself, which is a day prior to Christmas. Declared as a national holiday in most part of the world, Christmas is in the truest sense a festiva

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When was Christmas in 2014?

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 aus

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When is Christmas in 2013

When was Christmas in 2013?

The origin of the word Christmas comes from the old English "Cristes maesse" which means Christ's Mass. Christmas is celebrated throughout the world, as the birth of the Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is believed to be the son of God, and the saviour of mankind. Jesus is the founder of Christianity, the most popular religion around the globe. The joyous celebration of Christmas is not only limited within the followers of Christianity, but the festival is celebrated by people of other religions too. Christmas is widely celebrated in India, and many Indians who are settled abroad send gifts to India, on this very special fe

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When is Christmas in 2012

When was Christmas in 2012?

The term Christmas is a translation of the Old English version – ‘Cristes Maesse’ which actually means the “Mass of Christ”. It is a traditional holiday in the Christian calendar and the most auspicious Christian festival, celebrated wide across the world with much fun and frolic. Christmas is the day when people celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem, the land of Jews. According to the Bible, Jesus was born to Mary and Joseph, in a stable. He is believed to be the Son of God and the Savior of the world. Christmas is basically celebrated by the Christians; but it is also observed as

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