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This Is How Jewish New Year Is Celebrated

New Year for Jewish individuals is the most significant occasion. Month of October as well as September are for greeting the New Year. Everyone is in mood and high spirits of the festival. The celebrations start with Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur conclude it.

Jewish New Year Is Celebrated

Jewish New Year

The start of Jewish New Year can be tracked using the holy Bible and is rejoiced more than thousand years ago. The New Year in Jew starts in the Tishri month (months of October and September as per the Gregorian calendar).

When is it Celebrated?

The event last for 10 days. It starts at the sundown of day 1 and concludes on sundown of the day 10. Rosh Hashanah is rejoiced the initial 2 days. It indicates the New Year as per the Jewish custom. Yom Kippur is rejoiced on the day 10 of Tishri following all traditions. Shabbat Shuva is the time between these two days.

Jewish New Year Celebrations

Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah are the two primary festivals performed ritually during 10 days of celebrations.

Rosh Hashanah

The day starts with candle lighting. Get-together among family members is the common scenario while rejoicing Rosh Hashanah. People consume habitual food that comprises a baked challah bread and honey-dipped apples reminding of everything in life is sweet. Prayers have a very crucial role in the events. People rehearse kiddush prayers on this occasion.

Yom Kippur

The day recopies the nearness with God. It is also dubbed as Day of Atonement. It is rejoiced on the day 10 of Tishri. It is thought that God offers opportunity to his people to regret for their sins. People look at the year that has passed and plan for the year to come. The day is celebrated with strict custom of fasting.

Now that you know how the Jewish New Year is celebrated, you can wish your Jewish friends New Year images and messages.

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