Christmas was celebrated with great enthusiasm in churches across the country. Many people attended a special assembly at Velankanni and offered prayers. To celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, prayer meetings were held in major temples and churches across Tamil Nadu last night. Many people visited and prayed at the 450-year-old Chandome Church in Chennai. A statue of the Baby Jesus was placed on the Christmas tree to announce the birth of Jesus.
Similarly, during the Christmas celebrations held at the Annai Velankanni church in Besant Nagar, not only Christians but also Hindus, Muslims and non-Muslims participated in preaching equality. At this time, prayers are often offered for the recovery of people following the floods in Chennai and the southern region. Christmas in St. Arogya Anai Parish in Velangkanni, Nagapattinam district. Not only is it hailed as the Lourdes of the Netherlands, but thousands of people have worshiped in this cathedral, which has been given the status of a basilica. Also, prayers were offered in different languages including Tamil and English.
During the Christmas celebrations held at the famous Banimamata Church in Thoothukudi, the actual birth of the child was displayed in this room. Later, special prayers were offered for rain and flood victims across the region to recover from the damage and resume their lives. Also, Christmas is celebrated in a special way.
Thousands of Christians wore new clothes and offered special prayers at the Trichy Melapudur Holy Mary Church. After mass, they exchanged Christmas.
A Christmas service was held at St. Michael, Coimbatore City Hall. At that time, prayers are said in a special session for peace, peace and the end of the war. In the church of St. Mary is 175 years old in the Kuyavarpalayam area of Madurai, the birth of Jesus was sung and the gospel of the birth of Jesus Balakan.
Churches in the capital city of Delhi are decorated with electricity and have lights. Goa Panaji temple and its surroundings are beautiful.