Christmas is celebrates the spirit of giving. A month before 25th December, the kids get excited about the gifts they are going to get from Santa. They have high expectations and their parents do everything they can to fulfill those expectations. Our website is designed to enhance kids imagination. Santa Claus is the most popular figure of generosity, good will, kindness and power in the world. We have recreated Santa in a funny way that captures the interest of children and inspires them to imagine and innovate. Our website has a good collection of letter from Santa for children which inspires them to practice good will and invokes kindness in them. We strongly believe that each child should get the highest degree of priority. We use the latest of technologies to continuously improve and innovate in their product lines.
Christmas is celebrated by almost every American in the form of Santa letter and gifts but a majority of them dont know about the origins. Santa is popular as the jolly,
fat guy wearing a red suit and white beard who drops off gifts for kids. The earliest found reference of origin of Christmas is found in the book titled History of New York by Washington Irving which is a satire of the Dutch culture. A passage in that book mentions about the Dutch tradition of Saint Nicholas Eve where Sinterklaas or Saint Nicholas, who is a thin, forgiving person with a Bishop Robe and white beard fills childrens shoes with gifts. This celebration dates back to the 4the century.
Santa Claus is perhaps the most popular figure amongst kids now. The story of Santa Claus was well established by the middle 19th century. He was known as a jolly, plump man wearing pants, hat and fur trimmed jacket. He brings gifts for small boys and girls on a sleigh pulled by reindeer on Christmas Eve. Future stories established toy giving Santa Claus as a secular event meant to invoke kindness, good will and sympathy in children from an early age. Santaclausgreeting.com is making an effort to preserve the faith in Santa Claus by doing our bit.