Sunday, December 24, 2006

Tree of hope, excitement and fun...


Well decked chrismas tree displayed at the entrance of a mall, welcoming customers to all the fun and frolic of festiv buying...

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Christmas tree or Tannenbaum is one of the most popular traditions associated with the celebration of Christmas. There is some debate as to whether artificial or real trees are better for the natural environment. Artificial trees are usually made out of PVC, a toxic material which is often stabilized with lead. Refer...

Traditionally, Christmas trees were not brought in and decorated until
Christmas Eve (24 December), and then removed the day after twelfth night (i.e., 6 January); to have a tree up before or after these dates was even considered bad luck. Modern commercialisation of Christmas has resulted in trees being put up much earlier; in shops often as early as late October ....
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3 comments:

Anonymous Sun Dec 24, 06:24:00 PM GMT+5:30  

There was an item on our evening news tonight about some places in India gripped with Christmas fervour. Also I believ it is currently an auspicious time for weddings. Happy festive season to you!

Anonymous Sun Dec 24, 06:27:00 PM GMT+5:30  

bon natale à tutti è pace è salute...
joyeux noël,
happy christmas,
feliz Navidad,
feliz Natal,
χαρούμενος noel,
fröhliches Weihnachten,
Natale allegro...

Rajesh Dangi Sun Dec 24, 09:19:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Thanks...merry X'mas and happy new year!!