Easter Week 2018: Why are easter eggs important?

Christians celebrate this holy week of the death and rebirth of Jesus Christ. The date of Easter celebrations changes every year but it is definite that it will fall on Sunday. Easter is usually celebrated on the first Sunday after the full moon, after the spring equinox. There is a tradition of Easter eggs in this festival.
Easter eggs have many interpretations
according to one's belief. It is known as an ancient symbol of new life, and it has been associated with festivals celebrating spring.

From a Christian perspective, it is believed Easter eggs represent Jesus' resurrection. The outside of the egg looks dead, but inside there is a new life, which is going to break out. Orthodox Christians dye boiled eggs red to represent the blood of Christ. The tradition can be traced to early Christians of Mesopotamia. And from there it spread into Russia, and later into Europe through the churches. Chocolate Easter eggs became popular because Easter is the end of the Lenten fast.

Every year this festival is celebrated globally. It is said to be the most loved and sacred festival in Christian calendar. The week is celebrated on the belief that one will kill all his sins and enter into new life. 

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