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Mexican tradition “When the Dead come back to Life” Day of the Dead limited edition

Mexican tradition “When the Dead come back to Life” Day of the Dead limited edition

Cementery of the Island of Pacanda, Michoacán

Mexican tradition “When the Dead come back to Life” Day of the Dead LIMITED EDITION

Have you heard of the Mexican traditionDay of the Dead? We tell you everything you need to know about this tradition , and the new limited edition by Doble Infinito .

The Day of the Dead is one of Mexico‘s most important tradition, it is a symbol of life and death and also a celebration. Since the pre Hispanic times we have honored dead. When someone died they buried them by giving a party to guide them to the Mictlán.

The Celebration of the Day of the Dead takes place on November 1 and 2. During these days the spirits return home to the world of the living. Many families place altars which are decorated by cempasúchil flowers, sugar skulls, papel picado, dishes the beloved one loved, incense, candles and a picture of the loved one.

Some people place their altars on the grave yards. They are mostly covered with Cempasúchil flowers forming a mat, that will lead the spirit back home to the grave.

Cempasúchil flowers

“When the Dead Come Back to Life” limited edition, is a celebration of life and death pictured in a original scarf represented with sugar skulls.

*Pictures and design by Rebeca Ramos