What flowers are native to Mexico and used in their holiday celebration?
There are two of them. One is the Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima), usually displayed on Christmas celebrations and named in Mexico as Flor de Nochebuena. The other one is the Mexican Marygold (Tagetes erecta), also named Flor de muertos, cempasuchil or zempoalxochitl, which is used during the Day of the Dead celebration.
Mostly Native American dancing is a celebration and social interaction for example, celebration of marriage, celebration of a birth, celebration of the spring rains/flowers/growth, celebration of a successful hunt, celebration of a victory either in a game or in battle, celebration of a harvest and sometimes just to party, i.e. celebrate life. ... (in case your question is asking about people from India, i.e. Indians, then you will have to wait for another answer because…
No. Frangipanis are not native to Australia. They are native to Central America, Mexico and Venezuela. There is a rainforest tree in Australia known as the native frangipani because of its strongly scented creamy yellow, frangipani-like flowers. However, it is not related to the exotic frangipani from Central America.