Monday, August 17, 2009

Fearful Halloween

Traditional festivals always have a special attention on it. We have many traditional festivals to celebrate, but the most important carnival among others is Halloween. Halloween is the second popular holiday tradition, which comes next to Christmas. Other names for Halloween are All Hallows Eve, The Day of the Dead, Samhain, All Hallow tide, and The Feast of the Dead. Halloween is celebrated with a thought that ghosts, witches, hobgoblins, demons and fairies are active on the one night of the year. On the Halloween night, cable operators telecast horror movies to make the night more fearful and joyful. People of all ages celebrate this function in a grand way.

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