New Delhi: Christmas, a traditional Christian festival celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ is marked by spruce, pine, or fir or an artificial Christmas tree, cakes, gifts and lavish dinner mostly.
Delhi is all about flamboyant decorations on Christmas. We are thrilled with the sight of gingerbread decorations especially in malls and open places.
So just to add a little more spice to making your mellifluous Christmas day memorable, here is a list of places you can visit in Delhi:
1. Khan Market
From best cake shops to a vendor selling Christmas caps, from shops offering Christmas clothes to the delightful cafes serving Christmas food, and everything you can think of having can be found at this very place. The market is furnished with colours, even you can site Santas distributing chocolates and toffees to the children.
It is one of the busiest open location where people love to hangout with their friends and family on this special day.
2. Vatican Embassy Chapel
Traditional Christmas mass is performed at midnight at the beautiful Vatican Embassy Chapel which is constructed in traditional Roman style. The Chapel also has a giant Christmas tree and carols are performed over there. The place gives you the best feeling of Christmas in Delhi and also makes your eve special with Christmas cakes which is available there.
3. Secret House Cathedral Church
Get the warmth of Christmas by visiting this Church. A huge crowd gathers outside this famous church and people can be seen lighting candles. Also, the magnificent decorations of the Church will make your jaw drop.
Apart from this Church, people spend their Christmas time near the inner and outer circle of Rajiv Chowk.
4. Promenade mall
Beautifully decorated with Christmas bells, balls and trees, this mall is one prime stop for shopaholics. What else can you ask for?
5. South Extension Market
Another open place which is in our index to make your day. Bakeries of South Extension are famous for Christmas cakes and cookies. A place rich with Christmas food and DIY is visited by people in large numbers to chill with their friends and family.
Pay a visit to one of these places to make the most of the festive season.