Easter Bunny – Easter is on Sunday 12 April but this time due to the Coronavirus lockdown, it will not be seen in this Raunak Church. Whether Easter is celebrated on the third day of Friday. According to Christianity, many kinds of physical torture were performed by hanging Jesus on the cross. Friday is celebrated as the day on which Christ sacrificed his body in defense of the truth. The body of Jesus Christ was kept in a safe tomb and it is said that he was resurrected on Sunday. This day came to be celebrated as Easter Sunday.

It is believed that Jesus lived 40 days after his rebirth and gave visions to the people. After this, he went to heaven forever. Therefore, Easter is celebrated for a full 40 days. Talking about Easter custom, you heard about Easter Bunny and Easter Egg from movies, serials or Christian friends around you. Do you know why these two things are related to Easter? Let’s know-

Easter to Egg Connection

Easter Bunny

Eggs have special significance on Easter Sunday. On this day people of the Christian community specially decorate and decorate eggs, and then give eggs to their friends and relatives as gifts. There is a belief in the Christian community that eggs symbolize new life and joy. The way new life comes out of eggs, in that way new happiness comes from time to time in human life also, so people celebrate by giving eggs to each other.

What is Easter Bunny

Easter Bunny

The Bible does not mention a rabbit associated with Easter, but Easter is the most secular symbol of the holiday. Rabbits are an ancient symbol of fertility and new life. The relationship between rabbits and Easter is believed to date from the 17th century and later spread to the entire world via German immigrants, American. The Germans also started their tradition of laying eggs, called ‘Oscar Hubs’. The festival has since become a favorite among children as they built nests for the Easter Bunny to lay colorful and adorned eggs. All around, this tradition extends to America.


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