As every year, and according to the belief, the Mexican people prepare altars dedicated to their friends and relatives who have passed. The altars service the purpose of receiving the dead with a banquet of their favorite foods, drinks, candles, and flowers. Any reunion is a great celebration.
According to the Federal Ministry of Culture, the altars and their offerings are a colorful ritual where the dead are represented by the gifts offered. Any Day of the Dead Day offering isn't complete without the bread, salt, fruits, culinary delicacies, the water, of course to welcome back the adults, a . . .