Halloween Day is celebrated on 31st October.
Autumn and winter, looking at the line between abundance and peace, life, and death, Halloween is a time of celebrations and moor beliefs.
In most countries of the world, as the days are shorter and the nights cooler, people start gathering, dressing, and sweet treats in the winter.
It is believed to have begun with the ancient Celtic festival, where people burned bonfires and dressed to ward off wandering demons. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III appointed November 1 to honor all saints and martyrs;
The holiday, All Saints Day, has some traditions of Samhain. The evening before was known “All Hallows Eve” and then Halloween.