christmas celebration

New Delhi, India
December 21, 2016 11:20am CST
Today the Kids in my colony celebrated a small Christmas party. It was fun for all. As you all know we are Hindu and don't celebrate Christmas this small efforts on kids part was commendable. The kid on the left is my son
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• Trinidad And Tobago
21 Dec 16
Hi is a cutie. It's nice for the kinds to have fun memories. Here Hindus celebrate Christmas as a season of festivity...ours is a cosmopolitan country, so we all celebrate each other cultures. The lines have blurred so cultures overlap.
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• Trinidad And Tobago
21 Dec 16
I can see the pic clearly.
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• New Delhi, India
21 Dec 16
Well stated. I enjoy Christmas every year
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• New Delhi, India
21 Dec 16
@Gita17112016 do you like it?
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• Philippines
21 Dec 16
Party is always be fun. Kids love it too very much. Can't see the pic.
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• United States
21 Dec 16
I can see her photo :) Maybe have to refresh on your end?
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• Philippines
21 Dec 16
@infatuatedbby yes..maybe..
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• New Delhi, India
21 Dec 16
Is that so? Plz refresh your page
@amandajay (18071)
• North Shore, New Zealand
21 Dec 16
you mean the small brat in cream color jercy? so cute... seems the party spirit is still there....lol
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
Yes... That lil one with naughty eyes... He loves to party
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@amandajay (18071)
• North Shore, New Zealand
22 Dec 16
@amitkokiladitya he is so cute
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
@amandajay thanks
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@DianneN (82054)
• United States
22 Dec 16
Your son is so handsome! I want to pinch his cheeks. Lol! How old is he? I don't celebrate Christmas either. I'm Jewish.
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
A is two and a half years old.. What is your main festival
www..he
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@DianneN (82054)
• United States
22 Dec 16
@amitkokiladitya That's a great age! Our main holidays are Rosh Hashona, the Jewish New Year which ends 8 days later on Yom Kippur, the day of atonement, when we fast for 24 hours. There are other important and not so important holidays and celebrations, too.
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
@DianneN sounds interesting
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@shaynas (5527)
• India
21 Dec 16
Children enjoy all the festivals and their excitement makes the festivals special, even if we don't celebrate them personally. Your son is very cute!
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
Thanks dear... Even I have a special attachment to Christmas
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@shaynas (5527)
• India
22 Dec 16
@amitkokiladitya I love the lights, decor and joy that christmas brings. I have been visiting church on christmas for years now, it gets a lot of positive energy with it! Jingle bells!
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
@shaynas yep...you are right. It does give up a lot if positive energy. Jingle bells
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• United States
21 Dec 16
Aww your son is adorable :) I am sure the kids had fun!
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• New Delhi, India
21 Dec 16
Thanks. He is very naughty
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• United States
21 Dec 16
@amitkokiladitya innocent but a handful? Lol
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
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@yugocean (8768)
• India
22 Dec 16
I don't understand who will be happy when Christmas is falling on Sunday (taking a Holiday away)
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
Hahaha.. This is a matter of concern
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@yugocean (8768)
• India
26 Dec 16
@HAPPSINGH Got your message, but my this mini laptop has less features, I can't even reply message here. Wait till my laptop recovers.
@just4him (123866)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
22 Dec 16
I'm glad they had fun. He's adorable.
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
Thanks a lot.. I'm happy
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@just4him (123866)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
22 Dec 16
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@allknowing (68630)
• India
22 Dec 16
Christmas is an occasion where everyone gets in the mood for celebration regardless of their religion just as it happens with Diwali.
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
Well said..I completely agree to it
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@allknowing (68630)
• India
22 Dec 16
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@Happy2BeMe (74976)
• Canada
21 Dec 16
Oh that was very nice. I am sure they enjoyed it a great deal. That is a great picture.
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• New Delhi, India
21 Dec 16
Thanks dear
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@Happy2BeMe (74976)
• Canada
21 Dec 16
@amitkokiladitya you are welcome
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@DWDavis (12892)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
22 Dec 16
I think it is wonderful the children celebrated with a Christmas party. There truly are two Christmases in our modern world. There is the religious Christmas celebrated by Christians, and the secular Christmas - the one with Santa Claus, reindeer, trees, and stockings - that can be celebrated by everyone.
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
Very true.. Best explanation I have read so far
• Philippines
21 Dec 16
They look happy I hope they enjoy the moment.
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
Thank you
@Corbin5 (112941)
• United States
21 Dec 16
You have a very darling son, my friend!!! Thank you for sharing that lovely photo with us!!!
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• New Delhi, India
22 Dec 16
Thanks a lot dear...
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