Here are Five ways on how you can Plan your Christmas Holiday

“Gift of Love and Time Are Surely the Basic Ingredients of a Truly Merry Christmas”

On 25th December every year, Christmas is celebrated for commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. Christmas is a public holiday and this annual festival is celebrated mainly by Christians around the world. Christmas is traditionally characterized by decorated trees, delicious pies, present-giving, and a turkey dinner. Families come together to eat, drink, be merry, whereas children look forward to a visit from Santa Claus and his sack of presents.

For Midnight Mass Celebrations Visit The Sacred Heart Cathedral

The Sacred Heart Cathedral
When it’s Christmas season everyone starts planning to visit a church nearby them. From the delicious cakes and coffee to the joyous carol singing to the ending mass, relish every bit of the celebration on Christmas Eve. And if you are looking to be part of the Eucharist Mass and get into the spirit of holy Christmas then you can head to Delhi’s biggest and beautiful church, The Sacred Heart Cathedral. Located near Ashok Palace the mass starts on Christmas eve’s (24th December) midnight. The mass actually takes place in the gound of St. Columba’s School but you’ll have to enter the premise from the main gate of the church itself.

Spend a day at a Christmas Market

Christmas Market

Christmas market is basically streets turned into Christmas theme shops. As soon as December pops up Christmas markets spring up all around the city. One of the most popular is the German Christmas Market where you can find German Christmas cakes, German sausages, and beer and other usual Christmas items. Apart from this Christmas carnival are now popping everywhere around Delhi such as Kids Christmas carnival at Select Citywalk mall in Saket which had the largest Christmas tree (70 feet tall) last year in India. So enjoy your time and buy yourself numerous Christmas theme items.

Donate a Toy

Christmas Toy

Christmas is a festival of giving, and what could be better than giving toys to the children who are in need. Add a heartwarming tradition to your Christmas bucket list! Every year collect your old toys or even buy some new ones and donate them to the needy children around you. You can try your local homeless shelter, children hospitals, slums or homeless kids on street.

Get Your Picture with Santa

Santa Claus

One doesn’t need to be a child, just a child at heart. Go to your local mall and get yourself a cute pic snapped with Santa Claus. Get yourself a typical holiday photo with Santa and give your Instagram feed a Christmas vibe.

Make a Homemade Gift

Homemade Gift

There is always something different while giving or receiving a handmade gift. It shows an extra effort that one puts for someone they care about. It could be handicraft or even some homemade food. It could be a greeting card with expressing your thoughts or even a handmade photo frame with a picture of your beautiful memory.

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