The Brazilian carnival is a grand festival that is celebrated in the country. The carnival has some religious significance. The celebration is as long as forty-six days. It is completed before it Easter time. On a certain number days, the Christians of this area and some of the Roman Catholics abstain from eating any sort of meat. This is a practice that holds as an expression of repentance for the death of Jesus Christ. However, the celebration is not all pathos.
The Brazilian carnival is about great sessions of song and dance. There are merry processions of the streets of Brazil every now and then during the forty-six day celebration. One can get to see a great display of samba dancers and singers at the time of the celebrations. Brazilian carnivals are marked by the beautiful dresses that are adorned by the trademark colorful feathers and ornaments. Cities and the towns look remarkable beautiful with all the bright lights and decorations.