There are different names called for Father Christmas all around the world. Santa Claus is the man behind this character who was actually a bishop from the fourth century. Father Christmas releases a video message for the children. He said that this year Christmas will be a bit different like we had. We are facing a huge challenge in the form of COVID-19. It doesn’t mean that we will not have Christmas this year we have to celebrate a safe Christmas this time.
Children’s in a video message asked about their concerns about whether we are going to celebrate this Christmas or not. Christmas lockdown rules will change far and wide yet serves in the UK are as of now seeing how to unwind Covid limitations so families can celebrate together.
In an interview with BBC, Father Christmas explains a detailed plan about how we are going to make this Christmas safe. What actually we can do to stay safe and to keep safe others from covid-19. He said that in a video message during an interview in High School of Glasgow’s Junior School.
History of Father Christmas
In fact, No one really knows the actual look of father Christmas how he looks like. But according to the creations of American cartoonists in the Victorian era. A white beard and red clothing is his identity now. If we talk about the original British Father Christmas who has a beard but not exactly white it was. And his clothing was green not red as it called.
In a simple definition, He is an old jaunty man with white hair, whiskers, and a mustache. He is wearing a red* suit sketched out in white. Father Christmas and his mythical people make all the toys for Christmas in his home in the North Pole.
We can express gratitude toward Scandinavian legends for his reindeer pulled sled, however, the red-nosed reindeer pioneer, ‘Rudolph’, was another American promoting creation. His mythical beings have a Germanic and unmistakably evil foundation yet the mince pies, milk, and sherry we forget about for Father Christmas have a much more old birthplace. Such contributions are suggestive of penances to agnostic divine beings that long pre-date Christianity.