In Ethiopia, Christmas is on January 7 rather than December 25. This is particularly valid for the Ethiopian Universal Tewahedo Church. Christmas falls on the 29th of Tahsas as per the Ethiopian schedule, which has different months. On January 7, a few other universal chapels all over the planet likewise notice Christmas. The Coptic Standard Church, which is situated in Egypt, was the motivation for the schedule of the Ethiopian Customary Tewahedo Church, which currently has its own unique days.
The Ethiopian Universal Church’s Christmas celebration is known as Ganna or Genna. On Christmas Day, most of individuals go to chapel.
During the 43 days before Christmas, a many individuals partake in a specific Coming quick. It starts on November 25 and is alluded to as the “Quick of the Prophets” (Tsome Nebiyat). Customarily, just a single vegetarian dinner each day is consumed during this time. Since meat, dairy, eggs, and wine are not polished off during the quick, this dinner is veggie lover.
Individuals dress in white for Ganna. Most people dress in a Netela, a kind of conventional attire. It’s a slight piece of white cotton texture with energetically shaded stripes running down the finishes. It is worn like a robe or cloak. In the event that you dwell in a huge city or town, you could dress in western clothing. On Christmas Eve (otherwise called the “gahad of Christmas”), administrations start at 6 p.m. furthermore, last until around 3 a.m. on Christmas Day.