Mexican Independence Day September 16: Mexican Independence Day starts with “El Grito”. It s celebrated on 16 September every year, El Grito takes place in the night- but before midnight. So here in this article, you will be going to read about the complete story of EL Grito. It refers to El Grito de Dolores a cry which had been delivered to his parish and he delivered this to Paris on 16 September this is why it was celebrated on 16 September.
Mexican Independence Day September 16
He gave this in the year 1810, in the town of Dolores which is still located in central Mexico. There was a Spanish Ruke in Mexico and they have to cry so that they can rise up against them as they were dealing with Spanish rule almost for three decades. Well, now the situation has been changed and the tradition is more alive as a comparison to those ruling days.
How they celebrated this day?
The Mexicans and Mexican Americans come together on the night of the 15th of September, all around the world for El Grito. And on the celebration night you av get to be heard “Long Live Mexico” and “Viva Mexico”. Well, as per their wishes the people put their own effort into the tradition for the Grito. They comes together and celebrated this night with all the grace and energy. People remain curious to participate in the celebration and they get involved in the preparation of the celebration a week before it.
They have their own way to celebrate it. Whereas on the other side they are even seen wearing colourful dresses. They all come together and use sing together and they even dance together.
Well, this is the feeling of freedom and they enjoy their friend like this. This is the most entertaining and exciting way to do so.
The president of Mexico reacts to the cry from his balcony every single year. He used to give the annual “Grito de Dolores” on independence day.
So if you get to hear any sort of alarm voice then don’t panic as it is going to be a celebration of Mexican Independence.