Festival Coloring Pages for kids. Festive scenes of Holi, Christmas, Nagpanchmi, Id. All for you to colour. Click on any image you like to enlarge it. You can download this image and print it for coloring!
It’s Christmas! Time for you to have fun, sing, dance and paint the the town red. Well, why don’t you first do it here. See all the images in the Christmas Coloring Pages collection. Download free coloring sheets, print and color.
Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ. Everyone knows that. Do you know the entire story of his birth?
Let me narrate it in brief. Over 2000 ago, Roman emperor Caesar Augustus, issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world.
In two weeks it will be the winter solstice (literally means sun standing still) when we have the shortest day and the longest night. Because of the earth’s rotation there are two solstices, one in June and one in December.
Its nearly midnight and with a jingle of bells a sled comes streaking from the north, pulled of course by Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer. Sitting in the sled is a jolly round red robed figure with flowing white beard and a bag slung over his shoulder that lands on the rooftop with a merry ho-ho-ho.
Tony counted the notes and coins. He had Rs. 163 in all.
He put the money in his pocket, the money he had saved from his part time job. Today was Christmas eve and he had some important shopping to do.
Not that!” screamed Sheila. “Yes not her!” repeated Anna. “She will stay with us.” Sheila snatched Matilda from her maid and they ran to their room.
In case you are wondering what I am talking about or who is Matilda?
Excerpts from ‘A Day in the Life of a Magician’. First published by Vigyan Prasar, India
Years ago I gave up hanging up a stocking on Christmas Eve. One reason is that I have no stockings to hang, because I almost always wear trousers, and even when I wear shorts I wear socks with them so as to make my calves brown.
Did you know that the celebrations at Christmas might have nothing to do with the birth of Christ? In fact they may well lie in a feast called Sacaea that was celebrated thousands of years before Christ’s birth.
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