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Christmas Winter Holidays

Arrival of Christmas marks the birth of Jesus. It signifies spreading love and peace among fellow human beings. In India, people celebrate Christmas with great fun and festivity. People start preparations for Christmas by decorating their homes with dazzling Christmas lights, balloons, candles, flowers and Christmas tree. Churches are decorated with burning oil lamps and red flowers.

Attractive Christmas gifts are the integral components of Christmas in India. People express their love and affection to their loved ones with beautiful Christmas gifts. Christmas vacations in India would be a memorable experience for you. Banana or Mango trees are usually decorated in India during Christmas period.

Another interesting Christmas tradition in India is decorating Church with poinsettia flower for Christmas Midnight Mass. Christians of South India, places small clay lamps on walls and rooftops of their homes. People also prepare mouthwatering recipes, such as cakes, cookies, pudding etc.

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Christmas in Goa
Like elsewhere in the world, December 25 is celebrated in Goa too as the nativity of Jesus Christ with traditional joy and gaiety. In fact, it cuts across the limits of the Church to spill over into the streets for all to participate.

Christmas is the most awaited festival for Christians. Christmas marks the birth of lord Jesus. Celebrated on 25th december, Christmas is observed globally, crossing the bounds of religion. The festival of joy and peace starts at Christmas eve, ie, 24th december with partying and celebrations, and continues till 25th December night. Prayers are offered during day time. Midnight masses, decorated churches, pealing of church bells and fireworks coupled with messages of love, joy and peace are ushered in Christmas celebrations all across the world. Houses are decorated with the glowing star and little Christmas trees. The small trees are decorated with tinsel stars, cotton or snow flakes, lights, candy and cakes. Carols singing and sending cards are a must.

Christmas is the most celebrated festival in Goa. Though Christians are in minority in Goa and India, Christmas is one of the festivals, which has highest involvement of people of all religions. Parties and dancing is an integral part of the festivities, and all Goans and tourists participate in them wholeheartedly. Classy hotels, smaller clubs and restaurants, groups of friends, schools, colleges and almost all social organizations have parties, eat, drink, dance and celebrate. There is no dearth of good spirit. Gifts are exchanged, according to the depth of the pockets and Santa Claus brings gifts to a lot of good children. Goa’s Catholics flock to midnight mass services traditionally called Missa de Galo or Cock Crow as they go on well into early hours of the morning.

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