Santa Claus is a jolly, white-bearded man who lives at the North Pole.
Also known as St. Nicholas, or Kris Kringle, he is a mythical character loved by people worldwide.
He’s said to bring gifts to kids who have been nice throughout the year on Christmas Eve.
The concept originated from a philanthropic bishop named St. Nicholas from Turkey who lived a while ago, known for secretly giving gifts to the poor.
While Santa remains a story-based character, his existence sparks joy and spreads the spirit of giving.
Every year, kids leave cookies and milk out for Santa, and some even leave carrots for his reindeer!
His iconic red and white suit is said to keep him warm in the freezing Arctic weather.
He has a big round belly, a long white beard, and a joyful laugh that goes, “Ho! Ho! Ho!”
He uses a sleigh pulled by reindeer, including one with a shiny red nose called Rudolph, to deliver gifts.
Remember, Santa’s list categorizes children as naughty or nice—so be good for goodness’s sake!
And most importantly, Santa symbolizes the magic of Christmas and the joy of giving.
While adults know that Santa may not be a real person, the magic of Santa is very real and important in our hearts.