Merry Christmas : Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday Abhinav

Many people think  Christmas is on the 25th of December, however, for many people around the world, Christmas lasts for a lot longer than that.

I also celebrate Christmas on 24th December in the evening every year because of a special reason.

Christmas is arguably one of the most beautiful and magical times of the year. And if someone you know is lucky enough to be born on Christmas, — that makes their special day that much more special.

Yes, today is the Birthday of my son Abhinav Kumar, .. my true friend.

Many many happy returns of the day, Abhinav

Son, may every dream and wish you have not only come true but also lead to an amazing future for you. I wish you all the success in life.

As far as gifts go, you are one of the best Christmas presents I have ever gotten.  I wish you a very Happy Christmas Birthday.

Friends,

On this day we are celebrating the Christmas festival with great enthusiasm with our granddaughter. On this day, whether children or elders all are waiting to get gifts from Santa Claus.

My granddaughter also wrote a letter yesterday to Shanta to  get her gift tomorrow,

My Dear Santa Claus

Today she is eagerly waiting to receive gifts from the same calm, white long-haired Baba who comes in a red dress.

 On this day all the children together sing Jingle Bell ..Jingle Bell happily and celebrate this festival in the joy of the birth of Jesus Christ.

This morning my sweet little granddaughter wrote something on a piece of paper, closed it in an envelope and showed it to me, and said… I have written on this paper about the gift of my wish from Santa Claus but it is a secret. I won’t show it to anyone.

I will put my envelope under my pillow at night before I go to sleep. Santa will come at night and leave the gift written on my paper by my head because tomorrow is Merry Christmas .. Ha Ha Ha  .

She is busy decorating the Christmas tree today. She has drawn a beautiful picture of Santa Claus on a piece of paper and showed it to me too.

Really, the children are eagerly waiting for this day because they consider Santa as their best friend.

Suddenly my granddaughter insisted on me, telling Santa’s story and I had to obey. So, let’s also know who this “Santa Claus” is.

Born in the 3rd century, Sir Nicholas is known as Santa Claus. It is believed that Sir Nicholas was born in Turkey in 280 AD. He was a Christian bishop. Nicholas was from a family that always helped the needy.

He was known for his righteousness and kindness. The image of Santa with a red dress and cheerful long beard began to appear in cartoons and stories, which became particularly appealing to children.

And in this way, the form of Santa appeared in front of everyone. We also have this thing in our mind, why Santa comes to fulfill our children’s wishes and fill gifts in their socks.

There is also a story behind this which shows the service of Nicholas towards the people.

According to this story, there was a poor man who did not have money for the marriage of his three daughters, so he was forcibly pushing them into prostitution.

Seeing this, Nicholas felt pity for those girls and he secretly kept gold coins in the socks of those girls outside the house and thus he showed his generosity.

Inspired by this story, children hang their socks and bags on their roofs on Christmas night so that Santa can place gifts for them. In this way, the smiling white-bearded Santa Claus is very popular among children today.

On this occasion, rising above the bondage of country and religion, all the people of the world wish for happiness and peace. Everyone celebrates this festival together and calls each other Merry Christmas.

Our best wishes to you and your family on the auspicious occasion of Christmas…Merry Christmas in advance……

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62 replies

  1. Happy birthday to your son …have a great time with grandkid!!

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  2. Happy birthday to abhinav 👏👏👏💐🎂

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  3. Happy birthday dear friend Abhinav.

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  4. Happy birthday to your son.

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  5. Merry Christmas and wishing a very Happy Birthday to your son, Abhinav. 🌹🌹🌹🌹

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  6. Mr. Verma ! Merry Christmas ! And happy and prosperous birthday to your son . How sweet was the white beard Shanta who was full of compassion . Compassion for the poor and needy . But what his followers deed during the Crusades ? Read my article on the Crusades available on the Facebook .

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  7. Happy birthday to Abhinav. Many happy returns of the day.
    जीवन मे सफलता तुम्हारे कदम चूमे। सदा स्वस्थ और मस्त रहो।

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  8. Many Happy returns of the day to your son! And a very Happy Christmas 🎄 to you and your family!

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  9. Happy Birthday wishes to your son. I hope Santa’s fulfills your granddaughter’s wishes. She looks to be the age of excitement about Santa’s visit.

    Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy 2023

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  10. Sweet!!
    Merry Christmas
    And happy birthday to your son

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  11. Merry Christmas 💖and a very Happy Birthday to your son🎁

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  12. That’s so beautiful! Happy Birthday to your son – and Merry Christmas!

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  13. Happy birthday to Abhinav! Merry Christmas to you and your family ☃️🎄

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  14. Happy Birthday brother Abhinav 🤗Merry Christmas 🎄⛄🎁🥰✨

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  15. Verma ji, Happy birthday to your son, Abhinav. Hope, wishes of your granddaughter will fulfill on this Christmas and in the years to come.

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  16. Merry Christmas and a very happy birthday to your son.

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