Where did the tradition of giving Christmas gifts come from?by Amilaa Anderson Creator Head
Christmas holidays have become a major part of the Christmas holidays. Christmas Exchanges Celebrating Christmas gifts, almost everyone celebrates. It is interesting that with the general assumption that Christmas is celebrating the birthday of Christ, many people give themselves Christmas gifts.
About the Origin of Laura Legend Christmas Gifts ...
I often wonder why people exchange Christmas gifts to celebrate their birthday. Likewise, I am in search of knowledge, I have worked with the roots of Christmas gifts and I have learned it.
Christmas is a Christian tradition, and from this perspective, Christmas gifts are exchanged until the birth of Jesus. The Bible tells us that the wise man, who is also called the Magi or the King of the East, was the first person to visit and worship Christ at his place of birth in Bethlehem.
In honor of the newborn king of the Jews, the kings brought the smell of gold, frankincense, and treasures and gifts. For example, giving Christmas gifts to Christians has become a Christmas tradition.
According to legend of Santa Claus, to bring Christmas gifts to children until the time of St. Nicholas in the 4th century, there were Bishop of St. Nicholas Maine (now known as Dumre or Kail in Turkey). She is considered to be a rich and beautiful man, whose heart is especially for children and needy people.
Eventually, on December 6, St. Nicholas Day, known as Nicholas Day, people started sharing exchanges with the gift of St. Nicholas.
Worth to know: Dutch still celebrates Santa Claus Day on December 6, which is called Sinterkla in Dutch. Tradition says that Sintekalas comes from SPAN on holiday and gives gifts to all good children.
Cultures, times and myths were developed in conjunction with the festival of Christmas festivals, with the tradition of giving gifts and gifts to San Nicolas. Christmas gifts with Santa's Christmas gifts become part of Christmas holidays.
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