The Epiphany is an ancient Christian's feast day and is significant in a number of ways.
It celebrates the revelation of God in human form in the person of Jesus Christ.
The term epiphany means 'to show' or 'to make known' or 'to reveal'.
Eastern Christians commemorate, the Epiphany celebrates the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist
in the River Jordan. It is also called Theophany.
Western Christians commemorate the visitation of the Biblical Magi to the child Jesus when
God revealed himself to the world through the incarnation of Jesus. It is known as Three Kings Day.
The Day before Epiphany is called as Twelfth Night. The Orthodox Churches perform the Great Blessing
of Waters on Theophany.