Halloween 2018 – JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Mumbai
Halloween, better known as the day of the dead, is originated from an ancient Celtic Festival called Samhain. Traditionally, it is quite like many Indian festivals where people light the fire to ward off evil spirits. According to the European tradition, this day is marked as the end of summer harvest and is the beginning of the dark, cold winter. It is that time of year that is often associated with human death.
Thus, on the night of October 31, they celebrated Halloween, built huge sacred bonfires and wore costumes, typically consisting of animal heads and skins. Major Halloween activities happen on and around October 31. JD Institute of Fashion Technology Mumbai celebrated Halloween Day with students in full swing. Faculty and students dressed up as characters from various scary movies. The students organized everything, from decoration to food and drinks, and followed the spooky theme.