Jewish New Year 2010

Jewish New Year 2010 – For Jewish people Jewish New Year is the most important event and everybody is in high spirits and mood of the festival. As usually Jewish New Year festival celebrations begin with Rosh Hashanah and ends with Yom Kippur. Jewish New Year 2010 or Rosh Hashanah will be celebrated by Jews on the sunset of September 8, 2010 up to the night fall of September 10, 2010. On the Jewish tradition Jewish New Year or Rosh Hashanah is celebrated the first two days.

According to newyearfestival.com Rosh Hashanah is the day commemorates with lighting of candles. Family get-together is the common scene while celebrating Rosh Hashanah. People eat traditional food which includes apples dipped in honey reminding of all that is sweet in life and baked challah bread. Prayers play a very important role in the celebrations. People recite Kiddush prayers on this day. And Yom Kippur is the day celebrates the closeness with God. It is also called the Day of Atonement. It is celebrated on the 10th day of Tishri. It is believed that God gives chance to his people to repent for their sins. People look to the passed year and plan for the next year. The day is followed by strict tradition of fasting. Happy Jewish New Year 2010.

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