Halloween is back and so is Halloween, the holiday of many traditions, but there are some important differences.
Here are some things you need to know.
Halloween is not just a Christmas tradition but an entire season in India.
For the first time ever, Indian cities have their own Halloween celebrations.
It is usually celebrated by families on Christmas and the new year, and the celebrations last through the entire week.
The celebrations are often held in different parts of the country, but it is still important to know where you are at the start and end of the season.
Halloween isn’t just a holiday.
The festival has become a national holiday.
In the year 2015, the celebrations took place across all states, including Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh.
The Hindu calendar dates back to around 7,500 BC.
India’s first king Ram was a devotee of the god Krishna, who was the ruler of the Hindu god Shiva.
The king was inspired to write the name of the festival in the shape of a skull and a cross on a calendar, and put it on his wall.
The event, which came to be known as Ramlila (Prayer), was celebrated every year in May, when the Hindu goddess Kali is said to have descended from the sky to worship him.
It has been said that this is the reason why Hindu men are so obsessed with wearing masks during the festival.
Some religions are celebrated during the celebrations.
Christianity is the most common religious celebration in India, while Muslims and Sikhs celebrate the festival on the occasion of the birth of Jesus Christ.
Hinduism is the religion of the majority of the population, while Christianity and Islam are the two other main religious traditions.
The holidays are also celebrated differently in different states.
In Uttar Pradesh (which is part of the north-eastern state of Assam), the celebration is celebrated by the local people and by a religious committee that is headed by a priest.
However, in Punjab and Haryana, the holidays are celebrated by a committee of Muslim leaders.
The festive season in Kerala is celebrated on November 22.
Halloween and Christmas are not the same thing.
Halloween, also known as the Hindu New Year, is celebrated in India from the fourth day of January to the first day of March.
This is the day when Hindus, Sikhs, Christians and Buddhists gather for a ritualised feast, which involves offering food and sweets to the gods.
Christmas, on the other hand, is marked by the return of Christmas trees and candles to their rightful owners.
Christmas is the second-oldest of the Indian holidays and is also the only one celebrated on the same day.
Christmas falls on the first Friday of January.