How Russians Celebrate Easter VIDEO
How Russians Celebrate Easter VIDEOFollow @KnightsTempOrg
Today is Easter Sunday for all Russian, Greek and other Orthodox Christians. Seeing the relentless efforts in the liberal media to demonise Russia and Russians, we thought we'd give you a humanising glimpse of how millions of Russians are celebrating the holiest day in our Christian calendar.
"No more Brothers' Wars!"
Russians call this celebration "Paskha," which means "passing with Christ to the other life." If you bump into your old Russian acquaintance on this day you should say "Khristos voskres" (eng. "Christ is risen") to which your friend would reply "Voistinu voskres" (eng. "He is, indeed"). Then you would proceed to hug and kiss three times. Such greeting is a symbol of hope and love.