We all know that Easter is the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead.Different countries celebrate it in different ways;
In Uganda most Christians gather in religious places for prayers.Catholics always hold prayers starting from saturday night till midnight with there candles lighting up as a sign the Jesus has rose.
In the United States, the President hosts the annual Easter Egg Roll on the White House lawn on Easter Monday which involves children rolling a colored hard-boiled egg with a large serving spoon.
Easter in Sweden sounds a lot like Halloween with the children dressing up as Easter witches wearing long skirts, colourful headscarves and painted red cheeks, and go from home to home in their neighborhoods trading paintings and drawings in the hope of receiving sweets.
“Sprinkling” is a popular Hungarian Easter Monday tradition, in which boys playfully sprinkle perfume, cologne or water over a young women’s head, and ask for a kiss.
People used to believe that water had a cleaning, healing and fertility-inducing effect.
In Germany Easter eggs are displayed on trees and prominently in streets, with some of the trees having thousands of multi color eggs hanging on them.