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Christmas Gifts

October 31, 2010 admin 0

Christmas Gifts: Not only the Christmas but each and every festival is colorless without the exchange of gifts, it had been in traditions from the early years everywhere. The origin of the Christmas gift is as early as the birth of the Jesus 2006 years ago. In the town of Bethlehem the festivity of the Christmas was […]

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Christmas Games

October 31, 2010 admin 0

Christmas Games: Christmas is a religious festival which is the most widely celebrated in the world, every year on 25th of December. As a lots of gifts and surprises are expected by the children on this day. Families have fun, play games and sit together and they go for all the festive activities in the winter. A Christmas […]

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Ahoi Ashtami Fast- Fast For Sons

October 30, 2010 admin 0

Ahoi Ashtami Fast: For the mothers who have sons, the festival specially meant is named as Ahoi Ashtami. This is celebrated on the ashtami of Karthik Mas mostly comes in the month of November. In 2010 this day is coming on Sat, the October 30, 2010. In the evening the fasting mothers prey for the long life of […]

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Christmas Crafts

October 30, 2010 admin 0

Christmas Craft: Christmas craft means to decorate your house and Christmas tree in such a manner that can save your money on home decorating, stay within your budget and keep kids busy by making the crafts at home. It is a bit difficult, the best way to get it started is use all your creativity […]

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Christmas Cookies

October 29, 2010 admin 0

Christmas Cookies: Traditional the Christmas cookies are sugar cookies and biscuits of the flavors based on the individual preferences and family traditions, given shapes as related to Christmas. The history of cookies can be traced from the Medieval Europe biscuits, when introduced into the west many modern ingredients were added to these such as ginger, cinnamon, […]

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Christmas Ornaments

October 29, 2010 admin 0

Christmas Ornaments: The ornaments of Christmas in early 1800’s were the fruits (particularly apples) and nuts, along with the evergreen trees, which represented the return of the life in the spring.  Along with colorful paper streamers, some other fruits and shiny metal foil were also added as the Christmas ornaments. In the room the idea of reflecting […]

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