What is Easter Egg Hunt?

Easter customs vary around the world.  Some churches begin Easter celebrations with midnight on Holy Saturday or Easter Eve.

Some examples of non-religious Easter traditions include treasure hunts such as the Easter egg hunt.  here's what it's all about

Easter customs vary around the world.  Some churches begin Easter celebrations with midnight on Holy Saturday or Easter Eve.

Easter is celebrated as a joyous occasion and the Sunday before it is called Palm Sunday which marks the arrival of Jesus in Jerusalem.

Various churches begin the festivities at the end of Saturday through a religious service called the Easter Vigil, while non-religious celebrations include the tradition of Easter eggs,

which represents fertility and birth and the Easter Bunny who distributes chocolates and sweets to children on Sunday mornings.

However, eating chocolate eggs is a more recent tradition, starting in the 19th century in France and Germany.

Like Father Christmas, who brings presents for children who behave, the Easter Bunny also brings chocolates for boys and girls who have been nice.  The now famous Easter Bunny originated in Germany and was first referred to in 17th-century German literature.E