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4th-century is marked with a special memorable birth of a child blessed by God Himself to a wealthy Romano-British family. He became Saint Patrick in the 5th-century as a Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland. 17th March is the traditional death date of St. Patrick. He played a great role in spreading Christianity those days. For centuries this day and so the entire holy week is celebrated as a special cultural and religious feast by the Irish people in Europe and also especially in North America. Today this day has been celebrated by all the Irish people residing in all the regions of the World.
St. Patrick's Day celebrations are generally associated with Green color; involve public parades and traditional Irish music with formal gatherings such as banquets and dances. Many shops, restaurants, shopping malls offer special Sale and discounts on various products and deals.
It is been said that St Patrick used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity to Irish people those days. And so it has become customary to wear Green attire or shamrocks on this day and used as a theme for social gatherings, parties, cultural programs and other tourism events. It has further got associated with "Global Greening Initiative" and Going Green for St Patrick's Day by the Ireland Tourism as a national festival. This festival also includes opportunities for creativity nationwide bringing special energy to youths and excitement throughout Ireland for innovations, grassroots involvement, and brilliant marketing activity.
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Posted on 03-14-2020