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The Origin of Halloween – Digging History For Facts!

Halloween is one of the predominant fun festivals that is celebrated across the globe, though it is largely an American event. The event involves so much fun, and that is why people all over the world have started practising the festival. Children in the American countries wear different costumes and run about in the neighbourhood collecting gifts and chocolates. We all know that Halloween is so much fun, but little do we know about where and how it originated. So, let us dig deep into history and find the exciting origin of Halloween.

History behind the name:

The reason as to why we call the day Halloween has a bit of Catholicism attached to it. If you can split the word Halloween, then it would sound something like ‘Hallowed Eve’, which literally translates to Holy Evening. Apart from that this festival is celebrated on 31st of October every year. For some odd reason, it falls just the day before All Saints’ Day, and the name matches the event.

Origin of Halloween:

The origin of Halloween date backs to the 18th century, sometime during the 1760s. It was a period where the people who belonged to that period believed in the idea of ghosts and always looked for ways to ward that off. That is the reason how Halloween came into existence. People believed that they have to hold a day that would ward off the ghosts and that there shall be no evil. That is how Halloween originated. They wore costumes that appeared in the old folklore, and they sometimes looked scary as well, and for some reason, it definitely didn’t look like a holy evening though they wanted to call it one.

Here comes the Halloween Pumpkin:

All of us, who are interested in the story of Halloween, must also be interested in the history of the Halloween pumpkin. The Halloween pumpkins are the ones that make the day more attractive and colourful. They look scary but the day doesn’t end without it. So here is the history behind the arrival of the Halloween pumpkins.

Pumpkin is a fruit grown largely in the American and European regions. All of us know that Halloween is predominantly an American festival, at least for a very long period after its origin, though not now. You should also remember that Pumpkin is a fruit that is grown in the month of October, and so is the celebration of Halloween. These two are the major reasons as to the origin of the Halloween pumpkin.

A Closing Note:

The history of Halloween that we have seen so far is only in the pages of history, as Halloween is no more a festival of horror or a celebration to ward off evil. It has merely become a traditional event that takes place in the month of October. Kids these days have a lot of fun, and that is why the event has gone global as well.

Top 5 Halloween Celebrations Around The World

Halloween is one of the largely celebrated American festivals. However, these days we see the event being celebrated across the globe. A festival that was celebrated only in one country is celebrated now in all the 6 continents. Countries began improvising the Halloween traditions and started to incorporate a lot of funny things to it, thus leading the world into a competition. People who love Halloween are always on a lookout for the best Halloween celebration. So here we are going to list the countries that are known for their Halloween celebrations.

Mexico:

Of course, we cannot skip the American tradition when it comes to Halloween. All of us know that Halloween is predominantly an Amercian festival and for the same reason it is celebrated at its best in Mexico. The Mexicans call the day with the different name, and it is called the Día de Los Muertos. The name sounds a little different for a happy celebration, and so does its meaning. The Mexican word literally translates to ‘The Day of the Dead’.

Hong Kong:

The name that they give for the day is quite funny. They call it is the Hungry Ghost festival in Hong Kong. It might not be celebrated exactly on the day as the rest of the world celebrates as they see it as an ancestral tradition to celebrate after the seventh month of the lunar calendar. However, if you are in Hong Kong during this festival, you are sure to enjoy some visual treat.

Ireland:

The people of Ireland and Scotland also have the day celebrated grandly. These people call the day as Samhain, one of the earliest ways of calling the day. This is how the people of the yesteryears called it before typically Americanising the name to Halloween.  Again, they translate the name of the day as the ‘Day of the Dead’. Just like the rest of the world the people of Ireland and Scotland celebrate it on 31st of October and have the event extended until 1st of November.

Japan:

One need not have to teach the Japanese people how to celebrate festivals as they always do it at their best and Halloween is one such festival. Back in Japan, it is called the Obon festival, and it is quite adorable that the festival has been in Japan for around 500 years and the same tradition is being practised to date.

New York:

It is all starts and ends with America as without them Halloween wouldn’t have existed. New York is known for its celebration and apart from the fact that they are celebrating the Halloween, every single day that you spend in New York is a festival day as the city is always in celebration mode. Back in New York, the day is called the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade, and it is celebrated on 31st of October.

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This miserable way is taken by the sorry souls of those who lived without disgrace and without praise. They now commingle with the coward angels. – Dante, Inferno.