Латин Америкчуудын уламжлалт баяр – Үхэгсдийн өдөр

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Жил бүрийн 11-р сарын 1, 2-ны өдрүүдэд Латин Америкийн орнуудын оршин суугчид Үхэгсдийн өдрийг тэмдэглэн өнгөрүүлдэг уламжлалтай. Нөгөө ертөнцөд одсон хүмүүсийн дурсгалыг хүндэтгэдэг энэ өдрийг Мексик, Бразил, Гватемал, Гондурас, Эл Сальвадор зэрэг орнуудад тэмдэглэдэг ажээ. Үхэгсдийн өдрийг тэмдэглэгчид багт наадмын хувцас өмсөж, нүүрээ гавлын ясны дүр үүсгэн буддаг байна. Нөгөө талаар энэ баяр нь уйтгар гунигийн өдөр бөгөөд бүх хүмүүс өөрсдийн бурхан болсон дотны хүмүүсээ дурсан санагалздаг аж. Хэдий тийм боловч амьдрал гэдэг ямар үнэ цэнэтэйг ойлгож ухаарах нь энэ баярын гэгээтэй тал юм байна.

A woman painted as "Catrina" poses for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

Үхэгсдийн өдрөөр хүмүүсийн нас барсан хүмүүсийнхээ булшийг эргэж, залбирал үйлддэхээс гадна нас барсан хүмүүстээ зориулж тахилын ширээ засан дээр нь тухайн хүний дуртай хоол хүнс, амттан, уух юмс, гавлын яс хэлбэртэй ёотон болон хилэн хумс цэцэг тавьдаг байна. Түүнчлэн нас барсан хүнийхээ булшийг тусгайлан бэлтгэсэн бэлэг сэлтээр гоёхдоо үхэгсдийн сүнсийг татдаг гэх улбар шар өнгийн хилэн хумс цэцэг ашигладаг гэнэ. Мексикийн Үхэгсдийн өдрийн зарим зүйлс нь Халловены баярын уламжлал заншилтай төстэйн нэг жишээ нь хулуу ашигладаг явдал юм.

A couple dressed as "The Catrina and The Catrin" pose for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

A couple dressed as "The Catrina and The Catrin" pose for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

People with their faces painted to look like the popular Mexican figure called "Catrina" take part in the annual Catrina Fest in Mexico City November 1, 2015. According to participants, about 310 women gathered at the Catrina Fest, where women dressed to look like "Catrina", a character also known as "The Elegant Death", created by Guadalupe Posada in the early 1900s. Mexicans celebrate the annual Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A boy painted as "Catrin" poses for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

Women painted as "Catrina" take part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

Woman with their faces painted as "The Catrina" look at a selfie taken at the Benito Juarez monument, during the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

Woman with their faces painted as "The Catrina" take part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

A girl with herr face painted as "The Catrina" poses at the Benito Juarez monument, during the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

A woman painted as "Catrina" takes part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

A man dressed up as a "Catrin", a Mexican character also known as "The Elegant Death", is pictured during a Catrinas parade in Mexico City October 31, 2015. Mexicans are preparing to celebrate Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A girl dressed up as a dead woman is seen during the Catrinas parade in Mexico City October 31, 2015. The Catrina is a Mexican character also known as "The Elegant Death". Mexicans are preparing to celebrate Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A child dressed up as a "Catrina", a Mexican character also known as "The Elegant Death", is pictured during a Catrinas parade in Mexico City October 31, 2015. Mexicans are preparing to celebrate Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A woman painted as "Catrina" poses for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

A man dressed up as a "Catrina", a Mexican character also known as "The Elegant Death", takes part in a Catrinas parade in Mexico City October 31, 2015. Mexicans are preparing to celebrate Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A child dressed up as a dead harlequin gestures during a Catrinas parade in Mexico City October 31, 2015. The Catrina is a Mexican character also known as "The Elegant Death". Mexicans are preparing to celebrate Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A woman, with her face painted as a skull, holds a candle while taking part in a traditional parade called "Paseo de las Animas", or Parade of Souls, as part of Day of the Dead celebrations in Merida, Mexico, October 31, 2015. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

People, with their faces painted as skulls, take part in a traditional parade called "Paseo de las Animas", or Parade of Souls, as part of Day of the Dead celebrations in Merida, Mexico, October 31, 2015. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

A street musician and his aide, both with calavera face paint for Day of the Dead celebration, perform in Merida, Mexico, October 31, 2015. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

A woman with her face painted to look like the popular Mexican figure called "Catrina", looks on as she takes part in the annual Catrina Fest in Mexico City November 1, 2015. According to participants, about 310 women gathered at the Catrina Fest, where women dressed to look like "Catrina", a character also known as "The Elegant Death", created by Guadalupe Posada in the early 1900s. Mexicans celebrate the annual Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

Women dressed as "Catrina" pose for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

A man with his face painted to look like the popular Mexican figure called "Catrin ", paints a boy's face as they take part in the annual Catrina Fest in Mexico City November 1, 2015. According to participants, about 310 women gathered at the Catrina Fest, where women dressed to look like "Catrina", a character also known as "The Elegant Death", created by Guadalupe Posada in the early 1900s. Mexicans celebrate the annual Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A woman with her face painted to look like the popular Mexican figure called "Catrina", poses for a photograph as she takes part in the annual Catrina Fest in Mexico City November 1, 2015. According to participants, about 310 women gathered at the Catrina Fest, where women dressed to look like "Catrina", a character also known as "The Elegant Death", created by Guadalupe Posada in the early 1900s. Mexicans celebrate the annual Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A woman with her face painted to look like the popular Mexican figure called "Catrina", smokes a cigarette as she takes part in the annual Catrina Fest in Mexico City November 1, 2015. According to participants, about 310 women gathered at the Catrina Fest, where women dressed to look like "Catrina", a character also known as "The Elegant Death", created by Guadalupe Posada in the early 1900s. Mexicans celebrate the annual Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A woman with her face painted to look like the popular Mexican figure called "Catrina", takes part in the annual Catrina Fest in Mexico City November 1, 2015. According to participants, about 310 women gathered at the Catrina Fest, where women dressed to look like "Catrina", a character also known as "The Elegant Death", created by Guadalupe Posada in the early 1900s. Mexicans celebrate the annual Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A woman with her face painted to look like the popular Mexican figure called "Catrina", poses for a photograph as she takes part in the annual Catrina Fest in Mexico City November 1, 2015. According to participants, about 310 women gathered at the Catrina Fest, where women dressed to look like "Catrina", a character also known as "The Elegant Death", created by Guadalupe Posada in the early 1900s. Mexicans celebrate the annual Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

Families decorate a relative's grave with flowers at a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan State, Mexico on November 1, 2015 during the commemoration of Mexico's All-Saints' Day. The traditional Mexican holiday honors the dead and is celebrated annually. AFP PHOTO / Enrique Castro

Families decorate a relative's grave with flowers and candles at a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan State, Mexico on November 1, 2015 during the commemoration of Mexico's All-Saints' Day. The traditional Mexican holiday honors the dead and is celebrated annually. AFP PHOTO / Enrique Castro

A woman painted as "Catrina" poses for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

Families decorate a relative's grave with flowers and candles at a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan State, Mexico on November 1, 2015 during the commemoration of Mexico's All-Saints' Day. The traditional Mexican holiday honors the dead and is celebrated annually. AFP PHOTO / Enrique Castro

Families decorate a relative's grave with flowers at a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan State, Mexico on November 1, 2015 during the commemoration of Mexico's All-Saints' Day. The traditional Mexican holiday honors the dead and is celebrated annually. AFP PHOTO / Enrique Castro

Families decorate a relative's grave with flowers at a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan State, Mexico on November 1, 2015 during the commemoration of Mexico's All-Saints' Day. The traditional Mexican holiday honors the dead and is celebrated annually. AFP PHOTO / Enrique Castro

A child with a Hallowen Pumpkin carved among the decorates graves with flowers and candles at a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan State, Mexico on November 1, 2015 during the commemoration of Mexico's All-Saints' Day. The traditional Mexican holiday honors the dead and is celebrated annually. AFP PHOTO / Enrique Castro

A woman dressed as "Catrina" poses for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

A woman dressed as "Catrina" poses for pictures at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

A woman painted as "Catrina" paints her boyfriend's face at the Angel of Independence square before taking part in the Procession of the Catrinas along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on October 25, 2015. Catrina is a cartoon character created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada and baptized by artist Diego Rivera, who popularized it and whose character is now part of Mexican culture during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ

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    2015/12/02 at 04:54

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