Happy Easter 2019


Easter 2019 is about to come & everybody must be excited to celebrate the day at its fullest, as the day symbolizes holiness & colors of prosperity all over the world. Usually, the followers from everywhere are congregated within churches, exchanging wishes & performing prayers.

What is Easter?

Traditionally, Easters involve a more pure & calm prayer method with a dim lit church atmosphere and special prayers are said For Jesus Christ, with kids being the leading ones to sing. Beautiful poetry couplets are organized to say on the day & pay homage to Jesus Christ.

The day then turns into a bright , cheerful occasion with Sunday mass, accompanied by happy melodies as background that truly makes the soul feel refresh. Mostly, cultures show diversity in the way of celebrations, like, for instance, the Polish culture celebrates the event in a more pronounced manner, coupled with lengthy processions performed at the church that is attended by huge masses.

Happy Easter 2019 History and Images:

It is the time of year when chocolate eggs and bunnies are beginning to fill supermarket shelves and many people’s thoughts are turning to the religious story that started off Easter . For many, the first bank holiday weekend of the year – with four straight days off work – will have a particular appeal. But Easter is that most confusing of dates – one that is never fixed and changes according to the lunar calendar. Perhaps you’re planning a break with the family or a weekend visiting friends. Or maybe you’re just looking forward to spending a long weekend relaxing at home. Or maybe you are wondering what the religious origin of Easter actually is and what happened during Holy Week – Good Friday to Easter – to warrant us all marking it.

Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus after his crucifixion, which is marked on Good Friday. Christians believe rose again three days later. The three days are known by the Church as the Easter Triduum. The Easter season begins on Ash Wednesday – the first day of Lent, which lasts 40 days – if you leave out the six Sundays in between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday. It is a time when Christians fast, or give up a particular food or vice. The fasting period is to remember when Jesus went into the wilderness and fasted for 40 days despite being tempted.

Easter Bunny.

You must have seen Easter Bunny every time on this Easter. But where did it come from? Blame the Germans for the Easter bunny. Originally an ‘Easter hare’, a buck-toothed bringer of chocolate to the kids that have behaved themselves was first mentioned in German literature in 1682. The tradition stuck, and has led to the Easter bunnies you see on the shelves today as well as the expectation for a delivery of Easter eggs on the day.

More Insight on Easter For You

Charity shows & donations forms key part & parcel of the day & people are actively seen involved in charitable causes. Happy prayers are being written & sung within the premises of church & most importantly, Easter eggs must not to be forgotten to mention as one of the signatory part of event festivity & serves as the key theme, as the community perceives “egg”  to be a symbol of resurrection so, Easter eggs are beautifully decorated with hunting sessions at homes. Easter usually falls on Sunday that makes the day as a public holiday among many countries, but some states do have Easter Mondays as well. Easter although recognized as most important Holiday for Christian community but not as much as Christmas is!

Easter conjoins the two key events as per Christian ‘s history with the first being sad one, while, the other being the opposite, i.e, the Crucifixion & Death of Jesus Christ perceived as sad part & then resurrection that indicates victory & brings in wave of happiness for the followers to celebrate. So, Easter 2019 is here, don’t forget to wish your dear ones on this happy Easter 2019. Below is a list of free wishes that you can exchange with your loved ones as a token of love & happiness for them. So, enjoy reading:

-May God keep you away from misfortunes, devious people, and evil tongues.
Have a blessed and happy Easter.

-May your heart be filled with what is missing from the empty tomb!


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