The city s Christmas spirit fly sky high in the city as Christians from across the twin cities join in their celebrations by many non-Christians as well. Right from attending the midnight mass to participating in the traditional Christmas day meal, Hyderabad showcases a significant number of non-Christians taking part in the festivities. Love, laughter, lights, cheers, music and food are the perfect ingredients to celebrate any festival.
Hyderabad as it lights up to welcome this festive season adheres to the bond of love, unity and equality .The city awaits the serene and solemn midnight services conducted by various churches in the city. As always, being together with family is what counts the most even this Christmas. This is the time when most of the family members come together at one place. Even those living abroad come home for a month, stay in the city to be with their parents and other relatives. It s a time of giving and receiving and it is also a time for sharing and caring. While Christmas is almost round the corner, believers are waiting for the pious midnight services in their respective churches and as is prophesied even the city is set to have a silent and holy night this Christmas.
Some of the grand festivities this Christmas season will be organized by prestigious churches, including St Mary s, Secunderabad, All Saints Church, Trimulgherry, Wesley Church, Begumpet, and St George s Church, Abids. It’s the time to make merry with eggnog and cakes in front of Christmas trees sparkling with lights and decorative razzmatazz. We bring you a list of the best places to visit in Hyderabad to enjoy the complete Christmas experience!