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Information About Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. This Jewish holiday is traditionally celebrated in a solemn way as it is the day of judgment for the coming year. However there are many festive meals that are shared among family and friends.

There are many gifts available from jJudaica.com to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, to commemorate the Jewish New Year and enhance Rosh Hashanah for all. If you are the guest of a Rosh Hashanah meal there are some wonderful gifts that can be given to the hosts. Challah covers, candlesicks, and tableware with pomegranate designs make the ideal gift. The pomegranate is eaten on Rosh Hashanah because it symbolizes all of the good deeds that can be done in the coming year. Another perfect gift for Rosh Hashanah is a honey dish. On Rosh Hashanah there is a custom to dip apples and challah in honey, to make for a sweet new year.

Other gifts for Rosh Hashanah include Jewish home blessings with wishes for the New Year such as the pomegranate home blessings made by Danon, and decorated with colorful glass beads.

The Jewish New Year is the most holy and significant holiday. Rosh Hashanah is the chance for a fresh start, and it marks the beginning of the Jewish High Holy Days.

 

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