Hi Friends, thanks for coming to check out my very first blog on Christmas.
Yesterday I heard people talking that in two weeks, Christmas will be here, TWO WEEKS that almost made me faint. Why? Because I love Christmas and the holiday cheer and warmth that it brings with it. Then I thought, that why not use this opportunity to write about what Christmas means to me, how I celebrate it, and why it is an important festival that is why I got out of the faint zone and started writing this blog.
I am ready with my Christmas decorations…Check out the best one right!
ohh! ho! ho! Christmas is here…
Have you been good all year? Because it’s that time of the year when Santa Claus comes to our home!
Christmas is one of the largest festivals celebrated all over the world on the 25th of December every year.
India too has a unique style of celebrating, and we truly love it. We celebrate the spirit of Xmas that professes forgiveness, love, elegance, and most essentially, the act of giving and spreading joy.
One of the best things about India is that we celebrate all festivals with the same enthusiasm, love, and joy. A lot of popular festivals are Diwali, Holi, and Eid. But you will be shocked to know that India is a place to find a large population of Christians as well. They, along with the rest of the country, celebrate Christmas with complete rituals and traditions.
Here are some of my memories of celebrating Christmas
Glittering streets, music, fireworks, parties, and mouth-watering dishes signifies Christmas celebrations in Jaipur. Almost all cafés and lounge have parties with a live music concert. Also, extensive dinners are hosted by restaurants and luxury hotels.
It is truly a magical time, so whether you do celebrate Christmas or not, it doesn’t matter. Just forget all your worries and despair, and the go-ahead to start a new aspect of your life on this Christmas and New Year.
Xmas festivities in India can be as cheery as you would want. Party up, be a part of lip-smacking meals, or go and spend some time in the church. Go out with your loved ones and make this day count. After all, it’s Christmas.