Day 3: Halloween Day Celebration

Day 3: Halloween Day Celebration

Halloween day is always celebrated on October 31,  the day before All Saints’ Day, and is also sometimes called All Hallows’ Eve and Hallowmas Eve. So how did SoluLab family celebrate it? Take a look!

Pre-Diwali week – Humour and Horror

After fun food fiesta on Day 2, what else can we think of on 31st October other than Halloween day celebration! Halloween is assumed to have originated around 4000 B.C. It means Halloween has been around for over 6,000 years.

Day 3: Halloween day: Spooky and Scary

“Halloween” is derived from the term “Hallows’ Eve” i.e. “Hallows’ Evening,” which was the evening before All Hallows’ (sanctified or holy) Day or Hallowmas on November 1. Instead of evening, we celebrated it in the afternoon. But, ensured that the entire office environment gives the feel of spooky night – how awesome the decoration was!

It was literally looking like a Village Halloween Parade.

Black balloons, scary hut, spooky ghosts, lanterns, candles, pumpkin, cross, bats, spider webs and dim yellowish lights – all these elements were enough to create a frightening environment.  Top of it, the makeup, face paint and costumes of our family members added charm to the celebrations.

But the greatest thing we took care of is eco-friendliness – all decorations were completely eco-friendly and have zero harmful impact on environment.

Enough is said, have a walkthrough now and enjoy! And, do not forgot to peep in here again in a while to checkout our celebrations of Day 4! Stay tuned!

By |2019-10-15T08:51:30+05:30November 1st, 2018|Awards and Recognition|Comments Off on Day 3: Halloween Day Celebration

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