Jewish New Year

Jewish new year also referred to as Rosh Hashana is observed on the first day of the Hebrew month of Tishrei. In the bible, this festival is known as Yom Teruyah "the day of sounding the shofar". Another name for this festival is Yom hadin, "day of judgement". It is believed that on this day, god ascents to his throne and judges us according to our deeds of the past year. The day falls sometime during September. People celebrate this day with great joy and enthusiasm and eagerly wait to practice the traditional customs and rituals on this day.

The Jewish new year is a two day festival and is a time for introspection and prayer in hope to be blessed with good luck and prosperous new year. Jewish new year is one of the holiest days of the year and is considered a time to look at mistakes made in the past year with plans for self improvements. It is a holiday honoured with quiet contemplation, resolutions and renewal. People from around the world travel to the place where Jews reside and explore the cultural events and activities organised on the Jewish new year. Symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey are a treat for everyone on this day. People wish their loved ones a very happy Jewish new year by presenting them traditional gift items or delicious combo packs including apples dipped in honey.

Jewish New Year Eve Events

Jewish new year eve events feature cultural events, live shows, concerts and activities. There are numerous other parties and shows organised in the city where jewish new year is celebrated with great pomp and show. Rosh Hashana, the second name to jewish new year marks the beginning of a fresh new year and is considered to be one of the holiest holidays in the jewish calendar. It's holidays on this day and staying back at home on this celebrating this day with the family and friends is one of the most ideal ways of spending quality time with the loved ones for the Jews.

The festival of new year is rich in symbolism and traditionally, one of the most important celebrations in the jewish calendar. There are plenty of events especially organised for both kids as well as adults. Magic shows and activities for kids in events keep the children enthralled and happy throughout whereas traditional games and live converts from top performers allow the adults to cheerfully celebrate and welcome the Jewish new year in one of the most memorable ways.