Merry Christmas in Swedish-Christmas has transformed so much as a festival, in a good way, that it is loved by and awaited for by millions of people around the world, both Christians and non-Christians. This festival brings with itself lot of joy and happiness. Though the big day is just one, the preparations for the big day is usually a lot of fun. Irrespective of the place, preparations usually start weeks before the actual day. Houses and Churches are cleaned and decorated.
The decorations may be bought or made, which mainly depends on the kind of free time one has. Handmade decorations are so in right now that people are going for these more than the readily available ones. Christmas these days contains a mix of customs where some have been inherited and others, adapted. Though the traditions have evolved, the spirit and sentiments remain the same.
HOW TO SAY Merry Christmas in Swedish
Merry Christmas in Swedish is “God Jul” The Christmas holiday is named the Jul which is celebrated throughout the last month of the year, December and till the 13th of January. The Christmas eve is on December 24, where people exchange gifts with their near and dear ones. The celebrations start with first Advent in the end of November, though the shopping starts right after Halloween with the huge sale in stores for Christmas decorations and gifts.
Most of the decorations are completed by the third and fourth Advent. Baking and cooking is carried out with utmost importance, just like decorating. It is said that the first Swedish Christmas trees were decorates with live candles and treats. The decorations of Christmas trees have evolved ever since, and these day popular decorations used include candles, apples, Swedish flags, straw ornaments, etc.
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MERRY CHRISTMAS IN SWEDISH– GOD JUL
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What better way to express your affection for your close ones than giving a gift. Christmas is not over until the gifts are all exchanged, which usually takes place right after supper in your well decorated house. And in the end, one always feels that the day got over just too soon.