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Easter Traditions And Their Meanings

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Easter is around the corner and it's time for families to get together, count their blessings and pray for the well-being of their loved ones.

For children, however, Easter day means Easter egg hunts and chocolate eggs. 

Behind each tradition though, there is a story. Go through this ClipBook to know the meaning and history behind some of the most interesting Easter traditions.

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