Easter is a festival that is celebrated by Christians all over the world.It marks the Rising of Jesus from death.Jesus underwent a horrendous journey on the cross.He was hung to death on the cross for almost 6 hours on a Friday.That is what called as Good Friday.Three days after death he rose from death to prove himself as the Son of the Mighty God.
Easter eggs are common available during Easter time.It is a sugar ball in egg shape decorated with colour and when opened it has tiny gifts to surprise kids.
For Christians, the full Easter period lasted for a long time. Easter officially starts with Lent on Ash Wednesday, 46 days before Easter Day. (Lent lasts for 40 days but you don't count the Sundays!) Then 39 days after Easter Day, Christians celebrate Ascension Day, when they remember Jesus going back into Heaven and promising to come back to earth one day. Easter officially ends 49 days after Easter Day with the Christian Festival of Pentecost or Whitsun, when Christians remember that God sent his Holy Spirit to help Christians. So Easter is a very busy time for Christians!
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