This is a holiday where you will settle in, and not be frightened. But what does that actually mean? People celebrate the holiday, believing that on 1st and 2nd November, the souls of the dead return home, and the task of their relatives is to meet the souls with beautiful celebrations and fun.
Although it is a Christian holiday, the symbol here is not a cross, as is customary, but a skull. Skulls are everywhere here: on people, stalls, markets, and even in sweet shops.