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Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is one of the most important holidays in Christianity, and it is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm around the world.
The exact date of Easter changes each year, but it always falls between March 22nd and April 25th. This is because Easter is based on a lunar calendar, which follows the phases of the moon. The date for Easter Sunday depends on when the first full moon appears after March 21st each year.
The celebration of Easter begins with Lent, which lasts for 40 days leading up to Easter Sunday. During Lent, Christians practice fasting and prayer as they prepare to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection from death on Good Friday. On Holy Saturday, churches often hold special services or vigils in anticipation of Easter Sunday morning when believers gather together to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection from death three days earlier.
On this day Christians dress in their best clothes and attend church services where they sing hymns praising God for His love and mercy towards humanity through Jesus Christ's sacrifice on Calvary Hill two thousand years ago. Afterward families often gather together for an elaborate meal that includes traditional dishes such as ham or lamb roast with vegetables or salads along with sweet desserts like hot cross buns or chocolate eggs symbolizing new life through Jesus' resurrection from death three days earlier at Calvary Hill outside Jerusalem city walls two thousand years ago..
Easter also marks a time when many people exchange gifts such as chocolate eggs filled with treats or small toys like stuffed animals representing new life given by God through His Son's sacrifice at Calvary Hill two thousand years ago.. Additionally, children enjoy playing games such as egg hunts where they search for hidden eggs filled with candy or small toys symbolizing new life given by God through His Son's sacrifice at Calvary Hill two thousand years ago..
In conclusion, Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ from death three days earlier at Calvary Hill outside Jerusalem city walls two thousand years ago.. It marks a time when Christians remember God’s love towards humanity through His Son’s ultimate sacrifice while also enjoying traditional meals along with exchanging gifts among family members representing new life given by Him through this event..