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Merry Christmas 2018: Best Wishes, Quotes, Messages and Greetings for Your Loved Ones

Since India is a multi-lingual country, residents greet each other according to their traditions. While people in Hindi heartland, people wish each other with 'Shubh Chritsmas', residents of Gujarat say 'Anandi Natal' and Bengalis say 'Shubho Boṛodin'.

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Updated:December 25, 2018, 7:21 AM IST
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Merry Christmas 2018: Best Wishes, Quotes, Messages and Greetings for Your Loved Ones
An Christian family decorates a Christmas tree at their house. (Representational Image: AP)

Christmas 2018 | After the midnight mass, Christians across the world will kick off celebrations to mark the birth of Jesus Christ today (December 25). Popular customs include exchanging gifts, decorating Christmas trees, attending church, sharing meals with family and friends, and waiting for Santa Claus to arrive.

Since India is a multi-lingual country, residents greet each other according to their traditions. While people in Hindi heartland, people wish each other with 'Shubh Chritsmas', residents of Gujarat say 'Anandi Natal', Bengalis say 'Shubho Boṛodin', Tamils say 'Kiṟistumas Vāḻttukkaḷ' and people who speak Urdu wish each other with 'Christmas Mubarak'.

Here's how netizens are greeting each other on social media:

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| Edited by: Sumedha Kirti
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