It is true that December is unquestionably the most festive month of the year as the month is marked by all manner of events and festivals around the world, including religious, cultural, and even corporate events.
The most popular global festivals will be listed in this article by Printerval.
What is Hanukkah?
Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights or the Feast of Dedication, is a Jewish holiday taking place for eight nights, starting on the 25th of Kislev, a month in the Hebrew calendar that usually falls in November or December every year.
Hanukkah is a religious holiday and is marked to commemorate the re-dedication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem. The festival is held in Israel and various Jewish communities around the world.
This year, 2021, Hanukkah lasts from November 28 to December 6.
During the festival, people will observe the days by singing special songs such as Ma’oz Tzur, reciting the Hallel prayer, or eating oil-dried foods such as potato pancakes, jam-filled donuts. In addition, people also celebrate the day by playing with dreidels and exchanging gifts.
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World AIDS Day
What is World AIDS Day?
World AIDS Day is an international holiday celebrated on December 1 every year, to raise awareness about the AIDS epidemic caused by HIV infection, and to remember the victims. died of HIV/AIDS.
“World AIDS Day” was devised for the first time by James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter, two public information officers for the World Health Organization's "Global AIDS Program" in Geneva, Switzerland, beginning in August 1987. At that time, Bunn and Netter send to Dr. Jonathan Mann, Director of the Global Program on AIDS (now known as the United Nations Joint Program on HIV/AIDS) their ideas of observing the day. Their ideas then were approved immediately and Dr. Mann agreed to organize the first "World AIDS Day" on December 1, 1988.
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Santa Lucia Day
What is Santa Lucia Day?
Ceremonies of Santa Lucia are held all over Sweden, from cities, towns, churches, and even families. Several other Nordic countries also celebrate Lucia.
Along with the Summer Festival, the Lucia Festival is one of Sweden's oldest cultural traditions, closely related to the elements that were considered the most important in the life of ancient farmers: darkness and light, coldness, and warmth. Lucia is a legendary figure whose role is to bring light to the long cold Swedish winter.
Traditionally, the boys and girls will line up like white angels led by Lucia wearing shimmering candle garlands in her hair. This wreath is often linked with cranberry branches (lingonberry) with green leaves all year round and is a symbol of new life in winter. Each girl in the choir will hold a candle while the boys also wear long white robes, star sticks in their hands, and paper hats, and the last group will carry small lanterns. In the dignified and quiet atmosphere, when the lights fade and the children sing as a group of children enter from a neighboring room, you will certainly feel moved during this ceremony.
The origin of the Festival begins with the story of Saint Lucia. Saint Lucia is a young Catholic girl who secretly brings food to accused Catholics in Rome who have to live in hiding in the dark underground tunnels of the city. In order to walk in the dark and bring as much food as possible, she often carries a candle on her head. Lucia was later martyred in 304 and became Saint Lucia. The name Lucia (or sometimes Lucy) is also appropriate because it means light.
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What is Boxing Day?
Boxing Day is understood as Gift-Giving Day, this is the day after Christmas, the time when loved ones will receive a gift called "Christmas Gift Box" from their lover.
Today, Boxing Day has become a fairly popular holiday and a bank holiday, taking place on December 26 every year. If this Boxing Day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the following Monday will become a public holiday, depending on the laws of each country and region.
This Boxing Day has its origins in the Middle Ages when wealthy and upper-class families brought gifts to the poor and disadvantaged after Christmas. Since then, Boxing Day is understood as Gifting Day.
Besides, Boxing Day is also known as "Christmas of the poor". The reason for this name comes from the fact that the family owners give their employees and servants a day to reunite with their families and relatives after Christmas Eve. Another interesting thing is that this day also coincides with the feast of Saint San Esteban, one of the most important holidays in England.
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What is Kwanzaa?
Unlike Christmas, Ramadan, or Hanukkah, Kwanzaa is not affiliated with a major religion. As one of the newer American holidays, Kwanzaa has its roots in the tumultuous 1960s which was held to ignite racial pride and unity in the Black community. Nowadays, Kwanzaa is widely celebrated in the US due to its full recognition.
Kwanzaa was founded in 1966 by professor, activist, and author Ron Karenga (also known as Maulana Karenga) with the aim of connecting black Americans with their African roots and recognizing their struggles as a people by building community.
Kwanzaa is observed every year between December 26 and January 1.
In another word, Kwanzaa means first fruit which derives from the Swahili term “matunda ya kwanza”. As a result, Kwanzaa is observed based on the harvest celebrations of Africans like Zululand's seven-day Umkhost.
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What is Christmas?
Christmas is an important holiday for Christians and definitely, it is a religious holiday. Accordingly, Christmas is the anniversary to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. These days, people often gather and gather together and share the successes and difficulties of the past year and also wish for a better new year. Christmas Day is usually celebrated from the night of the 24th to the end of the 25th. In which, the official holiday on December 25 is called "the main day of the day", and the night of December 24 is called "the vigil".
On the 24th night is the time before Christmas, during this time, every family tries to decorate their house to be the most beautiful and sparkling, in addition, everyone also prepares food and gifts. Meaningful Christmas gifts for family members. One of the typical images of Christmas is the image of Santa Claus entering the chimney to give Christmas gifts to families. That's why Christmas is said to be the most awaited holiday of the year by all children.
December 25 is the official Christmas holiday. On this day, everyone in his family and friends sits down to eat and the only food that cannot be eaten on this day is turkey. After that, everyone can go for a walk together and participate in Christmas fun activities at the churches. These days, the streets are often decorated very brightly and eye-catching.
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New Year’s Eve
What is New Year’s Eve?
New Year's Eve is one of the biggest celebrations in the world which marks the last day of the calendar year, December 31, before Tet.
New Year's Eve is an emotional day for many people. On the one hand, it's a time to celebrate the end of the year that has passed and welcome what's in store for the new year. On the other hand, some people experience a feeling of nostalgia as they reflect on the events that took place in their lives over the past 12 months. Many people start thinking about New Year's resolutions at this time of year.
On New Year's Eve, many people usually go to church at midnight, whereas, others may gather in some public venues such as Times Square in New York City or Trafalgar Square in London to count down the days last second of the old year.
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New Year’s Eve masks a year with many stories and things that need to be mediated. Let’s make it memorable.