This is Why We Celebrate Christmas on December 25 in India
Even though India is a Hindu majority country, all Indians irrespective of caste or creed celebrate Christmas in some way or the other.
Christians across the country mark the birth of Lord Jesus Christ on Christmas Day which falls on 25th December of every year.
During the time of Christmas, most of the houses will be well decorated with lights. Even if all the houses are not decorated with lights, there will at least be a star lit with light hung in the front or at the top of the house.
Decorated Christmas trees are also common in most of the households during Christmas, although they are not as popular as the western countries. Another most common icon of Christmas found in houses is the decorated cribs (mangers) representing the stable where Jesus Christ was born. Continue reading