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Christmas Celebrations Around The World

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Christmas - the season of joy, love, peace and hope - ushers in merriment and good cheer. It also signifies togetherness and goodwill. Want to know about the various traditions and customs that go with Christmas celebrations in various parts of the world? Flip through this Clipbook.

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How We Celebrate Christmas In India

One of the best things about growing up in India was all the holidays we celebrated. As a multicultural country, all festivals are celebrated with lots of joy and gusto. Some of the popular festivals are Diwali, Holi, and Eid, but you may be surpr...

Christmas Wave Across Sri Lanka

Christmas is annually celebrated on a grand scale across the island. Preparation for this great day begins weeks before as in other countries. The festive sound of firecrackers waking you up at the dawn of December 1st is the first intimation that...

Christmas Celebrations Across Pakistan

The simple Yuletide celebrations in Pakistan begin on Christmas Eve with prayer services in the churches. The festivities will include distributing gifts among children, singing hymns, prayers, and attending Mass.

How Does A Japanese Christmas Look Like?

Since the number of Christians in Japan is relatively low (under 1%), the Christmas day is not a national holiday and the Christmas in Japan is mainly a commercial event. However, there are several typical Christmas customs and traditions taking p...

Christmas In The Uk - Celebrations In December

In England, less emphasis is placed on Christmas Eve than in other countries, much more is made of Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Carol singing, midnight church services and going out to the pub are some of the activities that many families enjoy (...

Christmas In Australia - Traditions And Customs

In Australia, Christmas is celebrated with the same zeal and fervor as in the other parts of the world. Even though Australia is a big country with a considerably small population as compared to its land area, it is a mingling point of several cul...

The Magical Hawaiian Christmas

How do people celebrate Christmas in Hawaii? That is a question a lot of people ask. We don’t experience the white Christmas many other places do, but that doesn't make it any less magical or celebrated. If you come to Hawaii during the holidays, ...

Russia Celebrates Christmas On 7th January!

In Russia, Christmas is annually celebrated on January 7th, thanks to the Russian Orthodox Church that has made it an official holiday in the country. Christmas is celebrated in the country in a grand fashion, with the faithful participating in an...

How Countries In Africa Celebrate Christmas

Now that the holidays are in full swing, we thought we’d take a look at how different countries in Africa celebrate Christmas. Christianity has been on the continent since the middle of the first century, and approximately 350 million Africans are...

Christmas In Brazil - Religion In Brazil

Brazil knows how to celebrate special occasions in style and Christmas in Brazil is no different! Brazilians celebrate Christmas in some very Americanized ways, but they also bring the diverse flavor of their varied ethnic backgrounds to the holid...

Christmas Celebrations In Lebanon

In Lebanon, Christians build manger scenes in their homes called a Nativity Crib. The crib is more popular than a Christmas Tree. It's traditional for the scene to be based on a cave rather than a stable. It's often decorated with sprouted seeds s...

Palestinian Christians Celebrate Christmas With Lavish Food

For an average Palestinian family, holiday meals and especially Christmas Eve dinner revolves around lavish food. And as the main course, we have barbecued meat! Yes, lamb chops, kebab, pork chops, lamb cutlets, chicken, steaks, and more meat. Of ...

Celebrating Christmas In Traditionally Buddhist Korea

South Korea is not the only East Asian country to celebrate Christmas – most definitely, but it has become one of the countries where the celebrations are most widespread. People in Korea usually exchange presents on Christmas Eve, and instead of ...

Christmas In The Philippines – The World’S Longest Christmas Season

They say nothing will ever dampen the Filipino spirit, more so, their Christmas spirit. Even if one is busy as a bee or money-strapped, Filipinos find a way to celebrate this season, which is often the highlight of the year.

Information About Christmas In Alaska

Enjoy a white Christmas in Alaska full of dog sledding, winter carnivals, ice carving competitions and snowshoeing, with the state's dramatic wintery landscapes as a backdrop. You can even head to the North Pole and walk down Santa Claus Lane, or ...

Facts About Christmas Traditions In Poland

Christmas is one of the most important religious holidays in Poland, with Christmas Eve taking precedence over Christmas Day. But Christmas preparations begin four weeks before Dec.

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