Why Santa clause distributes gifts on Christmas?
Santa Claus is known as Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas and Santa in different parts of the world.
Santa is famous for secret gift-giving such as putting money in the shoes of those who left them out for him. There is a true story about Santa Claus being with Nicolas, who was born for the duration of the third century in the village of Patara. At the time of Greek, his prosperous parents, who elevate him to be a dedicated Christian; died in a scourge while Nicolas was still young. Following Jesus’ words to “Sell what you own and give the money to poor,” so he devoted his life to serving God and was made Bishop of Myra. Through the centuries many anecdote and folklore have been told of St. Nicholas’ life and deeds.
Now the Feast of St. Nicholas on Dec. 6 is celebrated with great keenness throughout Europe since centuries. This eagerness was due to the many myths that had grown up around Nicholas that he had distributed gifts to the poor at night through their windowpane, and had prompt while a child had facilitate dower-less maiden. For this reason the gift-giving myths connected with Nicholas, it was apprehended that on the Eve the Feast of Nicholas, the bishop himself would draw closer from heaven and visit children in their homes, giving gifts to those who had been good. That’s why people become Santa Claus to distribute gift among children.