Jewish Holidays 2010
September 8, 2010 by staff
Jewish Holidays 2010, 2010 Jewish New Year known as Rosh Hashanah 2010 – Catholics celebrate their New Year on January 1. Chinese celebrate their New Year sometime in February. However, years before the “new” happening, there is a New Year which takes place before and that is the Jewish New Year or Rosh Hashanah Jewish known.
Rosh Hashanah, or more commonly known as the Jewish New Year is celebrated on the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month of the Hebrew calendar. He was ordained in the Torah as “Zicaron Teru”, ie a monument with blowing horns. Rosh Hashanah Jews believe represents eitheranlog or literally, the creation of the World, or Universe.
This year, Rosh Hashanah 2010, or more commonly known as the Jewish New Year 2010 will be celebrated by Jews on the evening of September 8, 2010, until the fall of the night of September 10, 2010. This particular date will represent the Jewish New Year Jewish Year 5771 in the Gregorian calendar.
Jewish New Year as well as other Jewish holidays are observed as a day of rest where Hebrews to pray in the synagogue, hearing the shofar, a horn used for Jewish religious purposes. Apart from that, the Jewish New Year is also marked by festive meals with challah and food-friendly as apples dipped in honey, fish heads, as well as new fruits on the second night or symbolize a sweet new year. Other foods with symbolic meaning as the language can be served cooked meat or other head of an animal or fish to symbolize the “head” of the year.
On the other hand, Jews were also greeted with Shana tova Jewish New Year greetings of “good year” or Shana Tova umetukah for “good and sweet year.” On the day of Rosh Hashanah 2010 itself, religious poems, called piyyuttim be added to the regular Jewish services.
After the Jewish New Year or Rosh Hashanah 2010, 2010, following the Fast of Gedaliah. It is a Jewish fast day from dawn to dusk to mourn the assassination of the governor of Judea fair of that name, which ended Jewish rule and completed the destruction of the First Temple. This year 2010, to be held on 12 September.
Below is a video of Rosh Hashanah or Jewish New Year beginning:
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