Christmas is called in Bangladesh as Boro Din. It is the largest religious festival of Christians. Christianity was brought in sixteenth century to Bangladesh by Portuguese merchants and missionaries. There are about 0.03 percent of total population of Bangladesh are Christians.
Christmas or Christmas Day is a yearly festival honor the birth of Jesus Christ. It is observed most usually on 25th December as a religious and cultural festivity between billions of people surround the world. It is a banquet central to the Christian liturgical year. It is equipped for by the stage of arrival or the delivery quick and starts the period of Christmastide.
Christmastide comprises an Octave. Christmas Day is a public holiday in many of the world’s nations. It is notable ethnically by a large number of non-Christian people also. It is a necessary part of the holiday period, while some Christian groups refuse the celebration. In some countries, it is celebrating Christmas Eve on 24th December. It has the major focus more willingly than 25th December. This day is celebrating with gift-giving and allocation a customary food with the family.
Christians in Bangladesh confer gifts and cards to each other. Christmas is general holiday in Bangladesh. People welcome each other with “Shubho Boro Din”. In country areas Banana trees and leaves are used for beautification. Particular events are held in Hotels and Christmas unique is shown on TV. Ancestral celebrations are a slight dissimilar from Bengali Christmas celebrations. Traditional foods like cakes, pitha, shemai, paesh and sandwich are served on Christmas day. Christians are used to visit churches and make Christmas cakes. Churches are adorned with small paper triangles is called Nishan. Church choirs execute Bengali Christmas songs.
Christmas banquets are called Preeti Bhoj and songs are called Kirtan. The economic contact of Christmas is an issue that has grown gradually over the past few centuries in many states of the world.