Christmas (from Portuguese meaning "birth") is a Christian holiday celebrated annually by Christians on December 25 to commemorate the birthday of Jesus Christ. Christmas is celebrated in the evening service on December 24; And morning service on 25 December. Some Orthodox churches celebrate Christmas on January 6 (see also Epiphany).
In the western tradition, the Christmas commemoration also contains a non-religious aspect. Some Christmas traditions that come from the West include Christmas trees, Christmas cards, exchanging gifts between friends and family members and stories about Santa Claus or Santa Claus.