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Thursday, 4 December 2008

Russian Christmas Traditions

While we are focusing on gift giving to less fortunate kids this Christmas, let’s remember that you do no have to be in grade school to classify yourself as a kid. This is the greatest part about Christmas. It is time for the old to become young at heart, and like my mother says no matter how old you get you are always someone’s child. Today, we will present Russian Christmas traditions.

Christmas in Russia can be characterized by the abundance of food as a major festivity. Thirty-nine days before Christmas Eve, individuals fast as they prepare to enjoy a feast with family and friends. On Christmas day Babushka delivers present to children. As the legend goes, she was supposed to see Jesus with the wise men but did not due to the cold weather. Regretting her decision, she presents gift to children this time every year.

This Christmas season consider the legend of Babushka and give a gift to someone that you have become very upset with over the year. If it is a girlfriend, give her a turquoise red stone Tibetan bracelet. For parents who have young men home from college, give them a gift they can wear while away like a men’s stainless steels barrel shaped pendant. It’s a funky design that friends back at school wont suspect came from mom.

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Do you think your country has unique Christmas traditions? Do you have an idea for gift giving?

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