Happy St Patricks Day 2019 | History, Traditions and Facts

Happy St Patricks Day 2019 | History, Traditions and Facts


St Patricks Day 2019:


St Patricks Day is celebrated by the people in the countries Ireland and USA. This Day people celebrate with great enthusiasm and anxiety. Patrick, who is named for Ireland’s patron saint died on March 17th. So for his traditional death people celebrate St Patricks Day every year on the same date. On this many rituals happens which among Parades are the highlight in the event. In this article lets see the facts, what are the traditions for this Day. for those who celebrate its intended meaning, St Patrick's day is a traditional day for spiritual renewal. 



What is St Patricks Day and Where does it come from?

St Patrick is one of the patron saints of Ireland. He died on March 17 in 461. He grew up in Roman Britain, but when he was a young adult, he captured by Irish raiders and taken to Ireland as a slave. After some years he returned to his family and entered the church, like his father and grandfather before him. He later returned to Ireland as a missionary.

It is said to be that there have been no snakes in Ireland since the last ice age. The "snakes" that St Patrick banished from Ireland, may refer to the druids or pagan worshipers of the snake or serpent gods. He is said to be buried under Down Cathedral in Downpatrick, Ireland.

Many immigrants from Ireland fled to other parts of the world, including Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States, in the 19th and 20th centuries. Many Irish customs, including the St Patrick’s Day celebrations, became quite popular in these countries. However, much of the interest in the St Patrick’s Day events is largely commercially driven in the 21st century.

When is St Patricks Day celebrate?

St Patricks Day is Celebrated in many countries mainly in Ireland, USA, Uk, and Australia on 17th March Every Year.

What are St Patricks Day Traditions?

St Patrick's day is packed with parades, good luck charms, and all things green. It is a religious Holiday in Ireland. But this day is Celebrated as Irish Culture. In Chicago, the river will be colored Green to represent the holiday for St Patricks Day.

The most attractive event on this day is Parade.

St Patricks Day Parade:

The first St. Patrick’s Day parade took place in the United States on March 17, 1762, when Irish soldiers serving in the English military marched through New York City.

More than 100 St. Patrick’s Day parades are held across the United States. New York City and Boston are home to the largest celebrations.

Many unusual parades will happen on this Day. Short, Long, Silly or serious, you will find every sort of parade happening in this day in Ireland. The Biggest Parade happens every year in Dublin and it starts early at 6 AM.

Irish Traditional Food:

Corned beef and cabbage is a traditional St. Patrick’s Day dish. In 2009, roughly 26.1 billion pounds of beef and 2.3 billion pounds of cabbage were produced in the United States.

Irish soda bread gets its name and distinctive character from the use of baking soda rather than yeast as a leavening agent.

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