This youthful reindeer is a buck that has passed through many life challenging circumstances due to the unusual luminous red nose he possesses. Rudolph, as he is commonly referred to, has been laughed at because of this trait but has also been mocked and excluded by his peers from their games.
However, one Christmas Eve brought about a turning point in the life of Rudolph when he manages to prove himself as a unique reindeer (with a red nose). On this fateful day, Santa Claus could not help but ask Rudolph to help him in leading his sleigh through the chilling snow after catching sight of Rudolph’s nose that evening.
Ever since his historic encounter with the phenomenal Santa Claus himself, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has been a common character associated with every Xmas. Although the story was told in 1939 however, it gained more popularity when Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer was released as a song by Johnny Marks.
Thanks to the lyrics of the song, the famous folklore of a reindeer with a shiny and red schnoz has come to be a mainstay of Christmas in the mouths of most children everywhere. As the story goes, anyone who comes across Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer will surely see how shiny his nose is and how it glows more than that of the other reindeer.
Obviously, the reindeer soon became a subject of jealousy from other reindeer who never let poor Rudolph to get along with them in any reindeer games. Eventually, he was employed by Santa during one foggy Christmas Eve to guide his sleigh since he has got a bright shiny nose. He gracefully agreed to take up the task and ever since he had been loved by other reindeer as they shouted with glee.