Christmas is celebrated by Christians in India, who attend Midnight Mass followed by a feast and exchanging of gifts with family and friends. Instead of decorating evergreen trees, banana or mango trees are often decorated.
Indiaedit]. Christmas decorations for sale. Being a British colony until 1947,
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Compared to other religious festivals, Christmas is quite a small festival in India,
due to the number of people who are Christians (about 2.3%) compared to ...
Dec 16, 2014 ... I grew up in a Catholic family in India, and as children, we always looked forward
to the Christmas break. Christmas in India is particularly ...
Goa , with its large Christian population, is one of the best places to have a traditional Christmas
-- Indian style! Christmas
carols are sung and many of the churches hold Midnight Mass on Christmas
Eve. The western suburb of Bandra is predominantly Catholi... More »
Many Christians in India celebrate Jesus Christ's birth on on Christmas Day,
which is annually held on December 25. The celebrations are most noticeable in
In India tradition of Chritmas was introduced with the colonisation of Europeans.
Everyone gears up for the festival from nearly a week before. Read to Know how
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