Christmas orignated from egypt where Jesus Christ was born. orignaly there was no date for christmas because other christains could not determinea date when jesus christ was born.
At one time it was Ilegal to celebrate Christmas in Europe. You would get a five shillings fine if you where caught celebrating Christmas.
This is going to be on Santa Claus. This information was taken from:
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Hanukkah is a Jewish tradition where it lasts for 12 days. During the 12 days you get a present for each day.A candle stick - or menorah - is kept light for the 12 days of Hanukkah.
Another tradition that is preformed during Hanukkah is playing with a dreidel. A dreidel is a Jewish varriant of a teetotum gambleing toy. The dreidel has four sides, each containing a letter of the hebrew alphabet.
Kwanzaa us a africain tradition un wich it is celebrated un home Thatcher africain people can continue ton celebrated thier herritage.
Kwanzaa Washington made as a manly social tradition than a religions one ans spans over seven days. The main way Kwanzaa is celebrated is with singing, dancing, and drums.
Kwanza was only a tradition made in the 1960's.
MILAD UN NABI
Milad Un Nabi is a Muslim tradition where many Muslims celebrate the birth of the Prophet Muhammand and is celebrated on the third month of the Islamic calander.
Milad Un Nabi is calebrated with animal sacrefices, huge precessions during the day which culimnated by a speech by the rulers. Also presents are given to people of power.
Now what all of these cultural traditions there are a few simularities. Typacly these traditions involve singing, lights and big feasts or exchanging gifts.