How Is Christmas Celebrated In India? Do The Majority Join 2% Christians Minority In Celebrations?
I don't think the majority joins the minority to celebrate Christmas. Christmas is a national holiday in India and every one enjoys it in a way they enjoy any other holiday. Those who have Christians as their friends will exchange greetings and perhaps, if too intimate, share sweets and feast.
by Claire Evans 3 years ago
Very rarely do I see a forum thread on Islam. I have not seen an atheist who has started a thread on Islam insulting Mohammed or Allah or just speaking out against them. Christianity and Jesus seem to be the target. I know it is because the US, for example, is considered a...
by Writer Fox 18 months ago
Do People in India Celebrate Christmas?Since most people in India are not Christians, do the people celebrate Christmas there? If they do, how is it celebrated?
by feenix 6 years ago
Yes, the Democratic Party is U.S. blacks' worst enemy, and that is true because I have seen all the damage that party has done to black people with my own eyes. In fact, that party has inflicted more damage on U.S. black society than the whites who enslaved its forebears ever did. That is true...
by Dave Mathews 4 years ago
I am a Male, Canadian born, English speaking, Anglo-saxon, Caucasian, Christian, Senior citizen,who today in a multi-cultural metropolitian society has become a visible minority in my own country. How is it possible that I am a visible minority in my homeland?
by Michael Valencia 5 years ago
It seems inevitable in a capitalistic society/world, that there are bound to be those who have a lot, and those who don't have anything. This seems fundamentally immoral on a certain level. It seems that when we embrace capitalism, we sacrifice the greater good in the name of personal...
by qwark 8 years ago
In but a generation or so, "white" will be he minority in the USA.What will the effect be, as you see it?
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