Through the Eyes of the Soul, Day of the Dead in Mexico-- Yucatan (English and Spanish Edition)
by Mary J. Andrade
This fifth volume of the series Through the Eyes of the Soul Day of the Dead in Mexico highlights the Hanal Pixan celebration which is the path of the souls over the essence of the food. This tradition is celebrated in the Mexican state of Yucatan, where Mary J. Andrade traveled in 2001.
She visited the capital of the state and several towns. In this book, the author presents through more than 100 photographs how the memory of the dead is honored during this celebration. At homes, family members wait for the souls with altars, where they place offerings of special dishes in particular mucbil chicken, which is "cooked in the womb of Mother Earth."
Paperback, 110 pages, 8.2" x 10.5"