Can you explain the rites/passages/tradtions for each day of passover? Are these traditions laid out in the bible? Or are they handed dwon from generation-to generation?
The Torah includes many commandments for Jews concerning Pesach (Passover).
The key commands addressing your question would be as follows:
Shemos (Exodus) 12:15 – “But on the first day, you must clear your homes of
Shamos 12:18 – “At evening you shall eat matzah.”
Shemos 12:19 – “For seven days, no leaven shall be found in your homes.”
Shemos 13:8 – “You shall tell your son on that day (at the Seder – about the
miraculous way in which G-d pulled the Jewish Nation out of Egypt).
Regards, Eliahu Levenson