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Thus began the tradition of Christmas

Every year, Christmas is celebrated on December 1. The month of December brings with it a kind of exhilaration and exhilaration. As the days pass in December, preparations for the celebration also begin. First, Christmas Eve and then the English New Year.

Although Christmas is called the Feast of Christians, it is celebrated by people of all faiths with equal enthusiasm. Not only this, Christmas is celebrated not only in Nepal but all over the world. While there are no fixed days to celebrate all the festivals like Tenth, Tihar and Holi every year, Christmas is the only festival that is celebrated on December 2 every year.

Christmas is celebrated annually as the birthday of Jesus Christ. Those who believe in Christianity consider Jesus the Lord of the sun. So this festival has a special significance for Christians. An important point is that the birth of Jesus Christ is not completely clear. Even in the Bible there is no confirmation of the date of Jesus’ birth. In this case, the curiosity of why Christmas is celebrated all over the world on December 1, the date of Jesus’ birth, is why. If this question has arisen in your heart, we will answer it today.

Don’t know the actual date

No one knows the exact date of Jesus’ birth. It is said that Jesus was born between 2 BCE and 5 BCE. At that time, time was viewed not on the basis of years but on the basis of BC. At that time, nothing is written about the actual date and time of Jesus’ birth. Even the Bible does not say the date of Jesus’ birth.

It is therefore celebrated on December 7

Now if you are wondering, how was the birth of Jesus fixed on this date? There is an interesting story behind it. In fact, according to a very early Christian tradition, the day that Mary was told that she would have a very special child, Jesus, was March 7. Nine months after March 3, December 2. December 8 was considered the best day for Jesus’ birth. In addition, the date is considered to be based on establishing a relationship with a Roman festival or Capricorn.

Christmas is thus celebrated

The tradition of celebrating Christmas is also very old. The first Christmas was celebrated on 2 December BC during the Roman Emperor’s first Christian emperor. At that time it was not the official Feast of the Roman State. Even so, there was a dispute for the date of Jesus’ birth.

However, a few years after that, Pope Julius was officially announced to celebrate Jesus’ birth on December 7. Then, on December 2 every year, the Christmas celebration begins.