Of course. A birth is something to be celebrated!
Pagans celebrate Yule, during the Christians Christmas.
Yes, Pagans still celebrate Halloween.
obviosly, they celebrate birthdays but they do it with a lot of alchocol!
yes, Catholics do celebrate Christmas and Birthdays!
Well, I'm Sikh and my famikly and we celebrate birthdays.....ALOT
In Bulgaria in place of Birthdays we celebrate.. birthdays. We also have the so called nameday (saint day), but both birthdays and namedays are celebrated.
They don't. They only celebrate 15th birthdays, which is a quinceanera.
Guruprabs is the name of the festival which celebrate the birthdays of Sikh Gurus.
birthdays are there to remind you of the birth of a person and celebrate
No, they were raised as Jehovah's Witnesses, they didn't celebrate birthdays or Christmas when they were young.
Yes. Iraqis celebrate birthdays just like everyone else. They do not eat cake though.
Bermuda celebrates birthdays by eating cake
no unfortunetley they dont celebrate birthdays
how the people of srilanka celebrate their birthdays?
yes they are also humans and they do celebrate.
Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate birthdays because in the Bible it mentions only two birthdays. And in both of those accounts someone got murdered. If God wanted us to celebrate birthdays, would he give us those accounts??
the pagans used bells to celebrate the death of jesus
Of course! Every person has his or her birth day. So if Italy has its own people, they celebrate birthdays...! SPP.
Yes, I do believe Hindus celebrate birthdays, eg. Lord Krishna's "Janam Ashmi" or birthdate (appearance). I celebrate my birthday and so does my whole family.
It originated from the Pagans, just like Halloween and birthdays
they do not celebrate Christmas nor birthdays that is their prerogative.