When is Rosh Hashanah

Called as Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah is usually falls during the autumn. It has celebrated every year on the first two days Tishrei when the god had said to have created the world, and it includes sounding the shofar and eating symbolic food during the festive days. Rosh Hashanah is observed according to Jewish calendar, also seen as a birthday of world.

Different to modern New Year celebrations, Rosh Hashanah is a cowed and thoughtful holiday, observed for single day by some values and for two days by others. On this day, work is barred and spiritual Jewish people pay out much time of holidays by attending synagogue.

From High Holy Day prayer services including songs and customs to other festive activities held during the days of Rosh Hashanah. The special prayer used to read from the book known as Machzor on this sacred day. After lasting of religious services, many Jews come back to home for a festive meal precipitous in symbolism and custom. Some choose special clothing and to beautify their tables with fine linens and place settings that are most significant traditions of Rosh Hashanah. Most accepted traditions like taking meal begins with traditional lighting of two candles and features foods that corresponds to optimistic wishes for Jewish New Year.

Do you want to know when is Rosh Hashanah? We provide here complete chart that obviously depicts the exact dates of New Year as there is not fix dates of this two day festival and it falls according to Jewish calendar in Tishrei month. You can find accurate dates in give chart and know also exact days, the celebration falls every year. Get here year by year dates of Rosh Hashanah.

YearRosh Hashanah Date
2023Sunday, 25 September - Tuesday, 27 September