Georgia — Tovlis Babua
Tovlis babua is a gray-haired old man with a long beard, dressed in a black or white chokha with a white burka "nabadi", on his head he has a traditional svan cap. Tovlis babua brings gifts to children in his big bag "khurdjini".
Kazakhstan — Ayaz Ata
Ayaz Ata is a winter god and a fictional tale character. He greets guests with his granddaughter Akshakar in his residence. He was created of Moonlight and caused by cold weather.
Armenia — Kaghand Papa
Kaghand Papa is an Armenian Santa Claus surrounded by mythological creatures: "khlvliki" – noisy and active men and "aralezy" – half animal, half man. Kaghand Papa congratulates children with his granddaughter Dzyunanushik.
Uzbekistan — Qor bobo
Qor bobo dressed in striped clothing and a red hat meets guests with his granddaughter Korgyz and rides a donkey because of lack of the snow in Uzbekistan.
Azerbaijan — Saxta Baba
According to the legend, Saxta Baba descends from the high snowy mountains to meet guests in his residence with granddaughter Qarqiz.
Mongolia — Uvlin Uvgun
He is wearing a fur coat, a large fox hat and looks like a shepherd. He has a long whip in his hand, and two helpers — snowgirl and New Year boy.