Rosh Hashanah

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Rosh Hashanah 2022


How is Rosh Hashanah Celebrated?

This day is observed on the first and second days of the seventh month according to the Jewish calendar. Rosh Hashanah is called the New Year. It is a religious festival in which all the family members sit together for food and worship. It is a day to move forward in the new year and to do better than last year.

When is Rosh Hashanah 2022?

This two-day Jewish day of the New Year is considered the major of the year in Hebrew and Tishrei In 2022, it will start on Monday, September 26, and end at sunset on Tuesday, September 27. Yom Teruah is another name for Rosh Hashanah.

This is the biblical name of this holy day. This day can be traced to the old books of the Bible. Eden and Garden are widely regarded as the first man and woman. This day is also considered his anniversary.

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Rosh Hashanah Tradition

Hear the Shofar

According to tradition, the Shofar is recited 100 times on the day of Rosh Hashanah. Loud shofar explosions mark the end of the fasting day. In this, the player should first take a long breath and then release the air in the shofar, and only then should the shofar ring. On this day, the shofar is played in four ways – Tekiah, Shevarim, Turah, and Tekiah Gedolah.

Jewish New Year Greetings – It means wishing for a good year. And everyone sends their best wishes to one another.

Candle-lighting is an important part of Rosh Hashanah and is a common tradition that occurs on many Jewish holidays. On that day the lady or girl of the house lights the candle and prays with it. And on the second day when the candle is lit, it is ensured that the flame of the first day is used. Meals for Rosh Hashanah.

When it comes to food, sweetness comes first. There are some rituals before eating food on this day. It is customary to recite Kiddush with alcohol. On this day, apples should be dipped in honey and eaten. People eat pomegranates on this day.

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Because they believe that they will be full of virtues in the coming year, just as fruits are full of seeds. There is also a custom of eating new fruits on the second day. This day is meant to be sweet until the New Year comes, like a sweet year. On this day, people wish for “Shana Tova U’metuka” with food. It translates that your new year is a nice and lovely year.

Cards And Family Pictures – They also celebrate this day by sending these cards. The survivors make cards on their own on this day and also write messages on them and give them to their family and friends. On this day, some Jewish families take a family picture and compare it with the old family picture.

It is a lovely festival. and a Jewish community tradition for ringing in the new year festivals are the only thing due to which we stay connected with your rituals. We hope that the new year is full of happiness for all.

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