christmas

christmas

Christmas day is a birth day celebration of Jesus Christ. This is a festival of Christians. This festival observes as on 25th of December each of year. This day is a last major festival of the year. This day is also celebrated as thanks giving day.

This festival is also a signal of coming New Year. This festival is not only celebrated as a birth day celebration of Jesus Christ but also as a celebration of New Year. Jesus Christ had born approximately 2000 years ago. He had born as a child of Mary and Joseph. He was named as Jesus Christ. This festival is also known as a name of Isa Masih Jayanti in Hindi.

It is believed that his mother Mary has been a virgin and Jesus Christ taken a birth by divine power of spirit. So it is believed that Jesus Christ is a form of nature of divine power of spirit. This festival of Christmas day is celebrated as a marvelous festival of year among Christians. Most Christian’s people on this day changes gifts to their relatives, friends, neighbors and others for good bless. They observe this festival as Bada Din of year. In India this festival is also observe with pleasure among Christians.

Christmas Day or Bada Din in 2013: 25th of December

Christmas day is a biggest or most celebrated festival of christens. They perform various programs on this day. They decorated their houses with lights and colors. They prepare delicious meals or foods on this day. This festival celebrated each of the year with great enthusiasm and joyous.

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The Thanksgiving Day:

Thanks

Thanks

In 1621, Pilgrim Colonists and the people of Wampanoag held a great dinner, in the remembrance of that feast Thanksgiving Day is celebrated. When George Washington became a President of the America in 1789, he declared a holiday on the last Thursday of November month.

On the Thanksgiving Day occasion, people takes a lavish meals with their family and dear ones. People thanks to their beloved person and they offered gifts to family members and their neighbors.

A gorgeous song we can see here dedicated to Thanksgiving Day in the following:

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