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Ostara is a modern pagan holiday that is celebrated on the spring equinox, which usually falls on March 20th or 21st. It is also known as Eostre or the Vernal Equinox.

Ostara is a celebration of the arrival of spring and the renewal of life that comes with it. It is named after the Germanic goddess Eostre, who was associated with fertility and the dawn. The holiday is often associated with the symbolism of eggs, rabbits, and baby animals, all of which represent fertility and new beginnings.

In many pagan traditions, Ostara is a time of balance between light and dark, as the day and night are roughly equal in length on the spring equinox. It is also a time to honour the Earth and celebrate the awakening of nature after the long winter months.

Some common practices associated with Ostara include lighting candles, decorating eggs, planting seeds or starting new projects, and performing rituals to welcome the spring season. Many people also participate in feasts or gatherings with friends and family to mark the occasion.

Overall, Ostara is a celebration of the cyclical nature of life and a time to embrace the joy and hope that comes with the arrival of spring.

Celebrate the spring equinox with #Ostara

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}  March 20, 2023
  Monday, 08:15 am to 08:15 am
n  Education, Nature, Religion

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