Here is Halloween Nigth -The Scarier The Merrier
After the Diwali is over now its the time for the Halloween Nigth. Halloween is not an Indian origin festival. But over the years it has slowly and steadily found itself a new home amid the urban Indian community particularly in the metros like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai etc.
It is believed that many Halloween traditions originated from harvest festivals of Celtic in England which may have pagan roots, particularly the Gaelic festival Samhain. Later this festival was Christianized as Halloween. Halloween activities include several trick-or-treating like -attending Halloween costume parties, lighting bonfires, carving pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns, apple bobbing, playing pranks, divination games, visiting haunted places, telling scary stories & watching horror films.
It is the youngsters that enjoy the festival most. They have their share of romantic fun on Halloween. At night some celebrators watch Halloween movies at night, and some others read books based on Halloween. There are several options to celebrate Halloween in one's own style, and celebrations vary in different parts of the world due to their varied customs and culture.
From Ireland and America to Australia, Halloween traditions have spread to places like China and Japan. The West has their never-ending list of Halloween costume ideas that inspired from films.
Halloween as nothing but a fancy dress competition just makes that as much freaky and quirky. The scarier the merrier!
Around tens of thousands of onlookers and costumed revellers are expected to attend the annual West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval celebration on Monday in the USA.
The organisers say that the annual festival, which has a disco theme this year, will take place along Santa Monica Boulevard in between Doheny Drive and La Cienega Boulevard from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Once can notice all ghouls, scantily-clad pirates, goblins, and maidens and would-be Hillary Clintons and Donald Trumps and — the city of West Hollywood is closing several streets to accommodate the annual Halloween Carnaval.