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विकिपीडिया से
A depiction of the Nativity scene
अन्य नाँवNoël, Nativity, Xmas
मनावे वालाChristians, many non-Christians[1][2]
प्रकारChristian, cultural
महत्त्वCommemoration of the Nativity of Jesus
मनावे के तरीकाGift-giving, family and other social gatherings, symbolic decoration, feasting etc.
ObservancesChurch services
केतना बेरAnnual
संबंधित बाChristmastide, Christmas Eve, Advent, Annunciation, Epiphany, Baptism of the Lord, Nativity Fast, Nativity of Christ, Old Christmas, Yule, St. Stephen's Day, Boxing Day

क्रिसमस ईसाई धर्म का तिहुआर हवे जेवन यीशू के जनम-दिन की खुशी की रूप में 25 दिसंबर के लगभग पूरा दुनियाँ में मनावल जाला।

संदर्भ[संपादन करीं]

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