What is Halloween? (How is Halloween celebrated?)
Halloween, in other words, “Halloween“ is a Pagan-origin ritual celebrated by Christians. When and how to celebrate the festival, which is now a popular cultural element apart from religion? Here’s what you’re wondering about Halloween.
The Halloween Pagans celebrated on 31 October each year celebrate this date as the date is marked as the end of summer and the beginning of winter.
The most important symbol of Halloween is the smiley face-drawn pumpkin. The pumpkin is emptied and a smiling face is carved into a candle.
Halloween candy is the most consumed candy type on the day. Young children toured the door that day that the home owners “joke or candy,” he asks. If the host chooses the joke, the children are funny with their horrible clothes.
In the past, where the home owners are given sugar and pocket money, the past is based on the tradition that the poor in the UK want the i spirit cake m to wander.
Adults organize clothes or party clothes that night. The concept of these parties is over the fear, but wished to wear the appropriate costume. Some might be Zombies, while others might be Captain Jack Sparrow. This is also done in the last years of the party in Turkey. Halloween is not officially celebrated in our country, but a little cut and costume ball in the form of the festival.