Independence Day is a Mexican occasion to praise the "cry of freedom" on September 16, 1810, which began a rebel against the Spaniards. It takes after from the day of the Cry of Dolores on September 16. Mexicans praise their nation's Independence Day with firecrackers, parties holidays, nourishment, move and music on September 16. Banners, blossoms and improvements in the shades of the Mexican banner – red, white and green – are found out in the open territories in urban areas and towns in Mexico. Shrieks and horns are blown and confetti is tossed to commend this happy event. "Viva Mexico" or "Viva la independencia" are yelled in the midst of the group on this day.
Independence Day is a national open occasion in Mexico. Banks, schools, government workplaces and numerous organizations are shut. A few bouleds and streets might be shut or confined in real urban areas to clear a path for huge festivals. Individuals expecting on voyaging by means of open transport in Mexico should check with open travel experts on any timetable or course changes. There is no insightful concurrence on what was precisely said by Hidalgo, yet his discourse, otherwise called the call of Dolores el Grito de Dolores, was made on September 16, 1810 to propel individuals to rebel against the Spanish administration. Hidalgo's armed force battled against the Spanish officers in the battle for autonomy, yet he was caught and executed on July 30, 1811. Mexico's autonomy was not proclaimed until September 28, 1821.