SCFI
SCFI
DEC25
25th December, 2016
Christmas Day

Christmas Day

Christmas Day

Christmas is an annual holiday of Christians that commemorates the birth of Lord Jesus. Christmas Day celebrations include various traditions such as arrival of Santa Claus, display of nativity scenes, Christmas trees and exchange of gifts and cards. Christmas is the main festival of Christians all over the world. This festival marks the celebration of birth of Lord Jesus Christ. The name 'Christmas' is originated from the Mass of Christ i.e. Lord Jesus. The Mass service is also called as Communion or Eucharist. Christians remember that Jesus died for the noble cause of humanity then came back to life as well.

Christmas Decoration

There are many things that can spark the Christmas spirit, the arrival of cold weather, the smell of cookies baking in the oven...

History of Christmas

The history of Christmas dates back over 4000 years as the various custom and tradition associated with the festival of Christmas...

How to make Paper Christmas Tree
How to make Paper Christmas Tree? An Easy, Simple yet Affordable DIY Guide for Paper Christmas Tree!

It’s Christmas finally! Decorating home with a paper Christmas tree can be the most affordable way to create a festive atmosphere around. Not only the paper ....

Know About Santa Claus
Know About Santa Claus Santa Claus is the legendary bringer of Christmas gifts for young children.

The whole persona of Santa Claus is well etched out and is a very attractive icon of children. Christmas is a festivity most awaited by children and this has immensely ...

Christmas Fun

The spirit of Christmas isn't about gifts, decoration, lights, but it's more about love. It's about being with those people love to spend some....

Christmas Celebrations

Christmas celebrations include spending time with the family, decorating the entire house, inside and out and shopping, for friends and relatives.

About Jesus Christ

He walked the Earth 2,000 years ago, yet the icon of Jesus Christ continues to be the most...

The Birth of Jesus | Miracles of Jesus Christ | Crucifiction of Jesus Christ | Resurrection of Jesus Christmas Tree Legends

Many legends exist about the origin of the Christmas tree. One is the story of Saint Boniface...

Christmas Tree Evolution | Christmas Tree Legends | Christmas Tree Decorations
This Week's Article

Christmas Gifting: A Tradition Spreading Happiness on the Festive Day!

Posted on : 24th November 2016 Articles
Christmas, the biggest festival of Christians is arriving soon and people are getting ready for this cheerful festival. And what is building the excitement for this cheerful festival among all is the Tradition of Christmas Gifting and activities of Christmas decoration.
More Articles

More on Christmas - Popular Beliefs and Superstitions
Traditions - The True Essence of Christmas Celebrations
Unique and Personalised Gifting Ideas this Christmas

Happy, happy Christmas, that can win us back to the delusions of our childish days; that can recall to the old man the pleasures of his youth; that can transport the sailor and the traveller, thousands of miles away, back to his own fire-side and his quiet home! - Charles Dickens
Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred, and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmas-time. - Laura Ingalls Wilder
The 'Christ-Mass' is a kind of public service which is carried out after setting of sun and before sunrise the next day. Thus Christmas celebration lasts throughout Midnight! The term Christ-Mass is shortened to Christmas.

Christmas is a very popular festival around the world. It is also celebrated by people of other religion as well. It is the joyous time of the year when people get together with family and friends. Children are very crazy about Christmas Day celebration. They look forward to receive attractive Christmas gifts from their family and elder ones. The special features of this unique festival are decoration of Christmas tree as well as eating & distributing delicious Christmas cake.
Copyright © Society for the Confluence of Festivals in India (SCFI). All Rights Reserved