How Sacred holiday “Day of the Dead” is different from Halloween traditions

Day Of The Dead-2023

Día de los Muertos is a customary celebration to pay tribute to the departed that is commended in Mexico and different pieces of Latin America on Nov. 1 and 2.  Despite the fact that Day of the Dead is a well established custom in Mexico, the occasion wasn’t commended generally or openly among Latinos in the U.S.

That changed during the 1970s and 1980s when specialists and activists acquainted Day of the Dead with their networks as a feature of the Chicano movement, the social and social development for Mexican-American strengthening.

Day of the Dead
Day of the Dead

Hollywood’s impact

Today, Halloween torment Día de Los Muertos in Mexico more than ever. Youngsters trick or treat in ensemble for an entire week during Day of the Dead season. They ask for candy from shops and cafés by crying “Queremos Halloween!” – in a real sense signifying, “We need Halloween!” On Nov. 2 at the country’s biggest burial ground, Panteón de Dolores, you’ll find memorial park ofrendas finished with spider webs, vampires, witches and pumpkins.

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