In this episode, we reunite with Oliba, May’s mom, for a second insightful interview, delving into Día de Muertos, a treasured Mexican tradition celebrated across regions, including Comala, Mexico. Explore the emotional and cultural richness of this tradition, its pre-Hispanic roots, and the distinctive fusion of indigenous and Spanish customs. Join us to grasp the deep connection between the living and the departed, and to trace the evolution of this celebration over time. Don’t miss this illuminating exploration of the Day of the Dead and its profound cultural importance in Mexico.
- Explore the diverse and local customs of Día de Muertos in Comala, Mexico.
- Learn about the essential elements of Day of the Dead altars and their significance.
- Gain insights into the emotional and cultural depth of the celebration, bridging the gap between the living and the departed.
Relevant Links and Additional Resources:
- What Is Day Of The Dead?
- 028 – Día De Muertos: Lo Que Tienes Que Saber | Day Of The Dead: What You Need To Know
- 082 – El Pan De Muerto | Bread Of The Dead
- 106 – El Desayuno Más Típico De México Que No Conoces | The Most Typical Mexican Breakfast No One Told You About
- 135 – Día De Muertos: Respondemos Tus Preguntas | Day Of The Dead: We Answer Your Questions
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