Tag Archives: Christian Culture and Traditions in Israel

Easter Bunny History and Origin

Easter Bunny: Christian Culture & Traditions

Easter Bunny History and Origin: Since Easter coincides with the advent of spring season, the celebrations are very colorful. Bunny and the beautifully eggs brought by the legendary character add to the color and vibrancy of the festival. On the night before Easter, children eagerly wait for the furry bunny to bring colored eggs and gift baskets filled with toys …

Read More »

Easter In England: British Culture & Traditions

Easter In England: Christian Culture & Traditions

Easter Celebration In England Palm Sunday: The celebration of Easter in England commences a week before the day, to be specific, on Palm Sunday. The name has its origin in the Roman times, when it was a customary to welcome royalty by waving the branches of palm tree. According to the legends, Jesus arrived in Jerusalem on Palm Sunday and …

Read More »

Easter Bunny Eggs: How to make Bunny Eggs

Easter Bunny Eggs: Culture & Traditions

Easter Bunny Eggs: Easter celebrations are all about fun and joy. The customs and traditions of Easter vary with time and from country to country. American families usually spend the Saturday evening decorating the Easter eggs. By Sunday morning they are mysteriously hidden all over the house and children get busy searching for the Easter eggs. The Easter Bunny brings …

Read More »

Easter History: Origin of Easter

Easter History: Christian Culture & Traditions

Easter History: Origin of Easter – Essentially a springtime festival, there has been much debate over the origin of Easter, in the religious context. However, there is a general acceptance of the proposition offered by 8th-century English scholar St. Bede, according to which, Easter owes its origin to the old Teutonic mythology. According to the mythology, the occasion was observed …

Read More »

Easter Egg History: Christian Culture & Traditions

Easter Egg History

Easter Egg History: Easter is the time when the earth rejuvenates itself. Flowers spring forth from their buds and the earth is full of green joy. Easter was originally adapted by Christians from a Pagan festival (See below). The egg has been a symbol of fertility and rebirth in most of the cultures all over the world. Phoenicians, Persians, Egyptians, …

Read More »

Easter Books For Students And Children

Easter Books For Students And Children

Easter is the most important annual feast of Christians. According to Christian scripture, it was the day when Jesus resurrected after his crucifixion. This day is celebrated as Easter Day or Easter Sunday. It is also known as Resurrection day or Resurrection Sunday. This day comes two days after Good Friday and three days after Maundy Thursday. As this is …

Read More »

Easter Crafts Ideas For Students And Children

Easter Crafts Ideas

Easter Crafts Ideas: Easter is one of the most important Christian festivals. It is celebrated with immense joy and fervor amongst the Christian community throughout the world. It is celebrated in order to commemorate the holy resurrection of Jesus Christ, the son of God. On this occasion, the entire community celebrates this occasion with feasting and community celebrations. There are …

Read More »

Easter Cross And It’s Significance in Christianity

Easter Cross: Christian Culture & Traditions

Any symbol is an arbitrary sign that has acquired significance over the ages. And Easter, also known as Resurrection Sunday, is the day Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. And hence, the significance of this Cross is very high in Christian religious faith. However, this cross was the symbol of Crucifixion and not Resurrection. But Constantine, …

Read More »

Easter in Denmark: Traditions & Celebration

Easter in Denmark: Christian Culture & Traditions

Easter Celebration In Denmark On the eve of Easter, the Danish homes and shops are decorated in green and yellow colors. New-leaved branches and daffodils are largely used for the decorations. Easter egg is the predominant symbol of Easter in Denmark. Children usually receive Easter Eggs made of chocolate as the gifts for the festival, from their parents and grandparents. …

Read More »

Easter Facts And Trivia For Students

Why do we have eggs at Easter?

Like most of the spring festivals, Easter embodies festive celebrations and feasting. Among the slew of spring festivals, Easter stands out for its unique pagan symbols and rituals. Here are some interesting Easter facts: Easter Facts And Trivia For Students And Children Easter Colors Most of the major festivals are associated with a unique set of colors. For instance, red, …

Read More »