On the second day of Easter, godchildren should visit their godparents, bringing Kalach, Matzo and red eggs. Children should visit their parents on this day as well. Grandparents will entertain their godchildren, they will join the dance in village according to tradition.
The Easter celebration continues for forty days. It is due to the Bible where Christ revealed himself to his disciples after the Holy Sunday. On the 40th day Jesus Christ ascended into heaven. Usually people visit each other all the week after the Holy Sunday.
The second day of Easter is also the first day of Bright Week. Bright Week is the name used by the Eastern Orthodox and Byzantine Rite Catholic Churches for the period of seven days beginning on Easter and continuing up to (but not including) the following Sunday, which is known as Thomas Sunday. Latin Riteand other Christian groups such as Anglicans refer to this period as Easter Week, not to be confused with the Octave of Easter, which includes the following Sunday.
According to orthodoxwiki, this celebration includes the practice of the faithful joyously greeting each other with the salutation of Christ is risen, followed by the response indeed He is risen or truly He is risen, as the whole of creation is renewed by Our Lord and Savior. The services of Bright Week are done with the Royal Doors fully open. This unblocked view of the altarsymbolizes the open door of Christ's empty tomb as well as the rent veil of the Jewish Temple, which was torn apart at the moment Christ died.
The entire week is considered to be one continuous day and the main reason why fasting is completely prohibited to all Orthodox during the wee