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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.
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Being a British colony until 1947, many British traditions stayed on in India. ... Many Christian houses in India decorate Christmas cribs and ...

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Main article: Christmas traditions ... Among countries with a strong Christian tradition, a variety of Christmas celebrations ...

www.whychristmas.com/cultures/india.shtml

How Christmas is celebrated in India and lots of other countries around the world. ... Christians in Mumbai use many Christmas traditions from Goa including the ...

www.thekitchn.com/celebrating-christmas-in-india-213759

Dec 16, 2014 ... One of the best things about growing up in India was all the holidays we ... One of our most enduring Christmas traditions is that of the midnight ...

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Christmas is celebrated all around the world. Each country has different customs and traditions. Learn about the Christmas traditions in India. Different countries ...

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In India tradition of Chritmas was introduced with the colonisation of Europeans. Everyone ... a week before. Read to Know how Indian Christmas celebration.

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India - Christmas traditions & customs. Because India is mainly Hindu and Moslem, there is no official celebration of Christmas. However, this time of year is  ...

www.christmas-day.org/christmas-in-india.html

In Mumbai, which has one of the largest Roman Catholic communities in India, there is a tradition to depict nativity scenes and decorate home with big stars.

www.timeanddate.com/holidays/india/christmas

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  ...