Christmas is round the corner, Noida has decked up already to welcome Santa. This year Santa please bring to my city joy and lots of cheer. Bless us with peace and prosperity, warmth, compassion and sanity all round the year.
|Santa's elf welcoming everyone atop the gate of TGIP Mall, noida|
A visit to The Great India Place Mall
gone weekend presented a remarkable picture of lights and decorations. Santa's helpers - the elfs - are working overtime to make the place look bright and beautiful. There was a cute little elf sitting atop the gate welcoming you -
"a couple of wishes, and both for you;
Joy at Christmas, and a Happy New Year too"
|TGIP Mall, Noida decorated with beautiful lights |
As we explored the mall further more lights and beautiful decorations were waiting for us. The view from each floor was different and spectacular.
|Candy-cane decorations at TGIP Mall, Noida |
The entire mall was drenched in the hues of Santa and X'mas.White and red light globes, huge candy canes and mistletoe in the corners - red & green - it was all there announcing Santa is coming to town!
|Shop windows were dressed for the Christmas|
The shops in the true Christmas spirit had put up splendid window displays. Christmas ushers in the grand winter sale that generally lasts till January end. Yay! Noida shopaholics time for picking up your shopping bags.
|X'mas Tree at the center of the TGIP Mall, Noida|
Stunning decorated Christmas tree greets you at the center of the mall. Many shoppers and visitors posed in front of the huge tree for a memorable click.
His hair is white
His suit is red,
He wears a hat to cover his head.
He laughs this way: Ho! Ho! Ho!
And drives the sleigh
Through sleet and snow.
Christmas is the time of the year for fun and frolic, for joys of gifting and some shopping too. For the fun parties and Christmas carnivals join us at Noida Dairy Facebook page
and look-up in the Events
section. Santa with jingle bells come here, come to my town and bring some cheer!
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Labels: Christmas, Festivals, Malls, WINTERS