NativityThirumaran writes: "Yes! We have succeeded in making the children happy and glow their faces powerfully. Not only for me, for everyone is it a special celebration.

"I visited the children home on 23rd evening, the previous day for x’mas. With lots of energy children were seriously doing the decoration works. They use crayons to colour the papers, paste them, put in size, fixed in small twains, decorated the “Bell Hall” and everywhere.
Next day – Christmas
Father ChristmasA small hut. Child Jesus was wearing a white dress. Lot of small toys and dolls with dresses stiched by the kids. Our Sukumar wore a mask and appeared as “Santaclaus”. He made the children happy with sweets and small gifts. They were gifted by new dresses and a wonderful feast all the three times. Special oath taking and prayers were made. Children shared their wishes and happiness. It seems to be matured. Children studying and working outside were also present on that day. Crackers made the occasion amazing.
Girls prepared meganthi for their fingers and palms. We were lucky for having 4 huge meganthi plants at our children home. Cakes were presented by a helping family. Children had chicken, mutton, eggs and Biriyani rice on that day. I find eagerness and enthusiasm in everyone’s eyes, especially with the smaller ones!

The result is success.

Oh! One more year for Christmas. But we will wait for that day and our children may have some special plans for the next Christmas.
Now our children are in “Half Yearly Holidays” and gaining energy to celebrated the forthcoming “New Year Eve 2012”

And this is the time for me to add a word:
with all your support and blessings we have overcome a lot of problems at the children home and it has been a good year for us...
Thank you everyone. Long live.
Advance New Year Greetings.
Principal Servant
TRUST Children Home

  • Nativity and Father Christmas
  • Nativity and Girls
  • Meganthi Preparation
  • Nativity
  • Meganthi Preparation_2
  • Father Christmas
  • Making Decorations