The most important annual religious feast or festival in the Christian liturgical year is the Easter, or Easter Festival, the festival of renewal and rejuvenation of life and living. Jesus Christ, according to the Christian scripture, was resurrected from the dead on the third day subsequent to his crucifixion.
Christian and Jewish people worldwide celebrate this incident of resurrection on Easter Day or Easter Sunday, which comes two days after Good Friday and this celebration now-a-days formally continue for fifty days.
Easter Bunnies and Easter eggs are a major attraction of this feast. Conventionally, Easter eggs are hard-boiled eggs tinted in dazzling red to represent the spilt Blood of Christ which is an assurance of interminable life. These eggs are broken collectively to mark the opening of the Tomb of Christ.