Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. It is observed on the first Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox, which typically falls between March 22 and April 25. Easter is a major holiday in the Christian calendar and is celebrated by millions of people around the world. It is a time for reflection, prayer, and joy, and is marked by various customs and traditions such as Easter eggs, Easter bunnies, Easter sculptures, and special church services. In addition to its religious significance, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ also has cultural and secular aspects. For example, in many countries, it is a public holiday and a time for families to gather, exchange gifts and share meals together.
Resurrection of Jesus Christ is considered the oldest, most significant, and most significant holiday by believers in Jesus Christ around the world. Many church leaders and theologians believe that it is more important than commemorating the Christmas Day of Jesus’ birth. Without the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Bible would be hypocritical. The entire edifice of the church system would collapse. Because what is to be celebrated is the important resurrection of Jesus Christ, churches around the world hold solemn ceremonies every year. On Easter Day, the church is full of strength and rhythm, like a spring thunder breaking through the sky, announcing the good news of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.