Christmas is a day away and Twitterati can't keep calm! The excitement for the holiday season began with the start of December has peaked as the festival will be celebrated with great pomp and fervour on Tuesday. Christmas majorly observed by Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on December 25. However, over the years it has become a secular festival with people following different religions observing the day. According to The Bible, Jesus was born to Joseph and Mary in Bethlehem, Jerusalem.
Christmas followed by New Year sees a lot of celebrations and festivities around the world. The time also sees a lot of offers and discounts luring customers. Christmas markets around the world are another major attraction of the festival. People meet their family, friends, and loved ones celebrating the day. Exchange of gifts is another important part of the festival. Merry Christmas 2018! Significance, Stories and Christian Celebrations Attached to the Festival.
Check out Christmas Eve Twitter wishes here:
That was me on December 1
— Alliance Online (@allianceonline) December 24, 2018
Me on December 24
— Mark + (@earlymbird) December 24, 2018
Christmas lovers on December 24 at 12 midnight
— 🤪🤪🤪🤪 (@mazzam___) December 24, 2018
Because it's Christmas
— Nick Harvey 🎅🏼🎄☃️ (@nickharvey1984) December 24, 2018
Seems Santas are also excited!
It's #ChristmasEve ..door 24 of our #running #AdventCalendar All that remains is to wish all of our members and followers a very happy fun-filled Christmas! You've earned those extra calories! pic.twitter.com/ywrkb9Pq6g
— Running Forever (@RfrcRunning) December 24, 2018
When you realise tomorrow is Christmas!
— Abbey Fire UK 🇬🇧 (@abbeyfireuk) December 24, 2018
A night before Christmas, Christians go to church to attend Midnight Mass. People go door-to-door singing hymns and songs a day ahead of the festival. Food is an integral part of the festival and sees various preparations across countries. While various traditions, customs and beliefs are attached to the day, the core theme of the festival remains the same everywhere. We at LatestLY wish all our readers a Merry Christmas!