Read on to know about different colors of Easter. Learn about the significance of Easter colours.
Most of the major festivals are associated with a unique set of colors.
Being a festival of high religious symbolism as well as springtime
festivity, Easter brings to our mind a myriad of hues that reflect the
dichotomous nature of the festival. Colorful Easter eggs, bright colored
baskets and Easter flowers represent the joyous colors of the spring
season. On the other hand, colours such as red and white symbolize the
religious connotations of Easter.
Red: The color red is symptomatic of the blood that Lord Jesus
Christ shed as atonement for the sins of humanity.
White: The color white symbolizes the hope of the resurrection,
as well as the purity and newness that comes from victory over sin and
Purple: Purple color is the color of royalty. It is the color of
the garment that covered Jesus when He was taken to the crucifix.
Black: Black is the color of sin or darkness that engulfed the
world after Christ's crucifixion.
Yellow: Yellow symbolizes the light of the world brought by the
risen Christ that enlightens the world.