Time to splurge, revel and enjoy in the last Christmas of this decade with aplomb! The crowd of Mumbaikars is overwhelming in Girgaum Chowpatty. Numerous families accumulated together in Christmas as they are all set to rejoice the celebration. Mumbai’s Christmas includes more sweat and warm than most other places, but none of it deters the spirit of the people. With a pot of culture, Mumbai is home to a noteworthy Christian and Anglo-Indian populace that dwell in expansive numbers in South Bombay and the rural areas. In any case, the complete city dons red and green decorations. Bungalows in tiny settlements in and around Bandra such as Ranwar, Pali, Rajan and Chuin are bustling in Christmas.
Malad’s Orlem, Bandra’s hill road, Borivali’s IC Colony are enhanced with enthusiasm which is an amazing sight to see. Damian, a furniture store in Bandra is so excited approximately its decoration that it has over the years ended up a selfie spot which people visit during Christmas on their way to the bandstand. Popularly, Saint John’s Church in Colaba, Saint Thomas’ Cathedral in Fort, Saint Michael’s Church in Mahim, Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount, John the Evangelist in Andheri and Gloria church in Byculla experienced unbearable crowd for the holy celebration.
Bandra, Lower Parel, Andheri, Navi Mumbai and particularly Juhu in Christmas have been seen best to toss a memorable fete. People are overcrowded to pick up delicacies at bakery shops. For carolling, there are many groups – a few are indeed singing in territorial dialects adding Indian tadka to the celebration!!
News with Chai wishing all Merry Christmas, Grace and Glory, Joy and Peace to you and Your Family.