Hello, Since it is Christmas, why not have a seasonal thread in the Indic languages. As far as my searching abilities can reach, there is no separate thread devoted to this subject here, but there is a multilingual thread elsewhere and some relevant post managed to get found which I'm reproducing below (by clicking on the links inside the quotation you will be taken to the thread in question): There is also a Wikipedia page with a list of these wishes in several languages here. For Hindi, it offers शुभ बड़ा दिन (hi) (śubh baṛā din), शुभ क्रिस्मस (hi) (śubh krismas), मेरी क्रिसमस (hi) (merī krismas), क्रिसमस मुबारक (hi) (krismas mubārak), while for Urdu it has:کرسمس مبارک (ur) (krismas mubārak), میری کرسمس (ur) (merī krismas). Punjabi is not included. The word for Christmas is krismas and I believe it reflects the reality, i.e. that both Urdu and Hindi use a loan-word with its roots in English, but I remember having heard بڑا دن مبارک baRaa din mubaarak in Urdu many Christmases ago. I'm curious if there are other instances/forms of this greeting? Merry Christmas!