Day of the Dead is a Mexican celebration that honors the ancestors during the 31 October and 1 and November 2, death is an omnipresent figure in Mexican art with a rich representative variety, it is believed that the souls of the deceased return those nights to enjoy the dishes and flowers that provide them with their relatives, the celebration begins from the morning to the sound of church bells and the practice of certain rites, such as decorating the graves and building altars on the tombstones , which are of great significance for families because it is thought to help conduct the souls and move on the right track after death.

The altar of the dead is a fundamental element in the celebration of Day of the Dead. The offerings should contain a number of elements and symbols that invite the spirit to travel from the world of the dead to live together with their relatives that day.


Death, in this sense, is conceived as a new stage of life for all human.