Easter is the day when Christians celebrate the Resurrection of the Son of God Jesus Christ.
The week before Easter is full of different beliefs and rituals.
Cleaning the homes in anticipation of the holiday is done in the first days of the week.
Eggs are painted on Holy Thursday, the first being red. It symbolizes the resurrection and the blood of Jesus. On this day, the dough is prepared for the ritual bread, which is made on Friday or Saturday.
Good Friday, the day on which Jesus Christ was crucified, is one of the last days of the fasting of Easter.
Holy Saturday – homage is given to the dead, eggs and ritual breads are given for the peace of the souls of the dead.
Saturday night, at midnight with candles lit, Christians celebrate the holiday. It is believed that if one manages to bring a lit candle to their home, they will be lucky, healthy, purified and happy, and there will be plenty of prosperity in their home.