Festivals of Kerala
Christmas Festival in Kerala - Kerala is a land of vibrant and diverse culture. A suitable example of the religious tolerance or secularism is found in Kerala's capital, 'Thiruvananthapuram', where a Hindu temple, a mosque and a church stand closely.
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This varied culture of the state has resulted in a colorful mishmash of festivals and fairs. The festivities that continue throughout the year make Kerala more spirited than any other tourist destination around the world.
The spirit of jauntiness and jubilation always pervades the ambience of Kerala.
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Christmas, celebrated throughout the world as the birth anniversary of the Savior Jesus Christ, is the festival of universal love.
Christianity has intermingled with the spirit and culture Festivals of Kerala of secular India and has become the very own religion of many Keralites.
Now a large number of wealthy Christian Communities live in Kerala. So Christmas is celebrated in Kerala with great splendor and vitality.
By celebrating the somber festival of Christmas, the message of absolute love, brotherhood and sympathy is dispersed everywhere
Christmas in Kerala Festivals - There are several customs and ceremonies involved while celebrating Christmas Festival in Kerala.
To begin with there is the Christmas Star, the Christmas tree, the Crib, the creamy Christmas cake, presents and gifts wrapped in colorful papers and obviously Father Christmas or Santa Claus who is the prime draw for children. Santa Claus distributes candies and gifts to small children.
The Christmas tree is a new add-on to Christmas Festival in Kerala, and the luminous and flashing Christmas placed at the top of Christian homes or shops sets the ambience of vigor ness and joviality.
People visit churches and cathedrals and offer their prayers.
Hymns are sung and crackers are cracked to imply the arrival of Jesus Christ into this earth.
Later a grand feast with sumptuous repasts follows with merry-making.
Home-made delicious cakes are served with traditional Kerala sweets and Christmas pudding making Christmas a traditional Festivals of Kerala.
The Kerala houses lit with little clay lamps looks beautiful and reflect the hap py spirit of Christmas.
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