Dias de Los Muertos or The Days of the Dead takes place every year with loads of celebrations. It particularly means that Mexico observes All Souls Day and All Saints Day bit differently. During this day, the inhabitants give their ancestors huge tribute by arranging lots of festivities, along with other dazzling preparations to make it worth-beholding for bystanders.
Mexicans prepare special altars everywhere weeks in advance. Families love to purchase ious commemorative items centering around the theme of the dead such as plastic skeletons, paper lanterns, paper skulls, spooky stuff, and so on. Plus, marzipan coffins and white chocolate skeletons form bonanza!. November 1 is the touching day when dead small children are remembered and on November 2, the festive day is spotted by striking parades and street festivals.
Party is an expression of great affection for the dead and an invitation to revel as they used to do during their lifetime. It emerges as an emotional yet exuberant get-together with the ones who are unfortunately no more and a linked celebration is an epitome of relationship between life and death.