How do they celebrate day of dead in Mexico?
on the November the 1 of November
The Day of the Dead is a Mexican cultural holiday that dates as far back as the Aztecs and is not associated with a particular religion. Some Mexicans prefer to celebrate the Catholic All Saints Day instead, and some in northern Mexico do not like the mixing of pagan elements with Catholicism. A form of Day of the Dead is also celebrated in Brazil, Spain, and many other countries in the world.
Certain cultures celebrate the dead on Ocotber 28 and ending in November 2nd. In Mexico it is known as The day of the dead. Their belief is that family and friends whom had passed away are allowed to reunit with their loved ones during this time frame. The day of the dead is celebrated with colourful flowers, toys, and food (bread for the dead). The day of the dead started in the 16th century with…