Indians wishing to experience the uniqueness of the Ethiopian Christmas can visit the Ethiopian Cultural Center in New Delhi, where each year where they showcase Ethiopian art, music, dance and it also boasts about being the only outlet in India that serves Ethiopian cuisine

By FE Online (The Financial Express) |

Globally celebrated festival Christmas is known for its fervor and enthusiasm. People living across the equator, especially in the Southern and Northern Hemisphere like Australia, Africa etc experience Christmas in summers. However white Christmas is observed in North America, Antarctica and Eurasia. Ethiopia is one such destination where Christmas is celebrated every year on January 7, just like the European Christmas is always celebrated on December 25 every year, since Ethiopians follow the ancient Julian calendar.

Indians wishing to experience the uniqueness of the Ethiopian Christmas can visit the Ethiopian Cultural Center in New Delhi, where each year where they showcase Ethiopian art, music, dance and it also boasts about being the only outlet in India that serves Ethiopian cuisine.

The Ethiopian Orthodox Church’s celebration of Christ’s birth is called Genna. Ethiopians don a traditional shamma, a thin, white cotton wrap with brightly colored stripes across the ends. The priests are dressed in turbans and red and white robes as they carry embroidered fringed umbrellas.

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