Which of these Christmas facts you still didn’t know?

One of the most colorful and bright festivals of the world is this Christmas that celebrates the holy birth of Jesus Christ on 25th December. As the date is really close to the dusk of the year, people get a prolonged holiday and that’s why family outings and vacations are planned way before the weekend starts. The spirit of Christmas is to spread more love among people and also to brighten people’s lives just the way Jesus did. Maybe that is one of the reasons behind sending Christmas gifts to all near and dear people. The whole market is filled with various Christmas gift ideas but before you get swayed in the festival mood, learn some of the facts about Christmas.

Ecstatic woman opening Christmas presents.

You must be knowing the Rudolph, the red nose reindeer?

Some scientists from Norway concluded that this redness of his nose is a result of some parasitic infection in his respiratory system and there is nothing fancy about it.

Who was the first one to make or decorate an artificial Christmas tree?

It was none other than the Germans who made the artificial Christmas tree with dyed goose feathers.

Which is the most famous thing among people to wish each other on Christmas?

You may be startled to learn that in the USA more than 3 billion Christmas cards are sent to loved ones. And you thought it was the cakes!

The twelve days of Christmas!!

Oh yes, in 1780, this song was published in England as a chant without any music and in 1909, folk musician Frederic Austin added some music to it. This famous cult song of Christmas talks about a variety of gifts that can be showered on people like Partridge in a Pear Tree, Turtle doves, French hens, gold rings, etc. Did you get any Christmas gift ideas from here?


How tall a Christmas tree can be?

Well, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the tallest ever Christmas tree was a 221 feet Douglas fir. It was kept for public display in 1950at the Northgate Shopping Center in Seattle.

What’s in colors of Christmas?

We all know that red, green, and gold are the colors of Christmas but what do they symbolize? Green means life and rebirth or birth, red means the blood of Jesus, and gold means the brightness, royalty, and wealth. Make sure your Christmas gift for your loved ones contains these colors to shower good luck.

How large is the world’s largest Christmas stocking?

We all are familiar with the fact that Santa leaves his gift in a stocking for kids. But do you know that the world’s largest Christmas stocking weighed as heavy as five reindeer as it has almost more than 1000 gifts? 32.56 meters long and 14.97 meters wide was its measurement and this was made by Children’s Society in London on 14 December 2007.

With all these amazing fun facts about the X-mas, I hope you are geared up to find the best Christmas gifts in Dubai for your loved ones. Do your shopping well stuffed with candles, cakes, perfumes, décor items, flowers, and etc.