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Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish new year which is observed in early fall. This party is marked by mirth, merriment, food and exchange of greeting and wishes. That is the fact that point of the year when folks in the community that is jewish seek approval in the aged; visit houses of the relatives; get along together to feast and celebrate. Food plays an essential part in Rosh Hashanah and several types of things are ready with this party. This day is considered to function as the day of creation of Eve and Adam. So below we are going to cover up the following thing Jewish New Year Images Wallpapers Photos Pictures.

The earliest origins of the Hebrew New Year are connected to the beginning of the economic year in the agricultural societies of the ancient Near East. The New Year was the beginning of the cycle of sowing, growth, and harvest, the latter marked by its own set of major agricultural festivals. The Semites in general set the beginning of the new year in autumn, while other ancient civilizations such as the Persians or Greeks chose spring for that purpose, in both cases the primary reason being agricultural – the time of sowing the seed and of bringing in the harvest.

In Jewish law, four major New Years are observed, each one marking a beginning of sorts; the lunar month Nisan (usually corresponding to the months March–April in the Gregorian calendar) being when a new year is added to the reign of Jewish kings, as also the month marking the start of the year for the three Jewish pilgrimages. Its injunction is expressly stated in the Hebrew Bible: "This month shall be unto you the beginning of months" (Exo. 12:2). However, the start of the calendric year, that is to say, when reckoning ordinary years, Sabbatical years, Jubilees and dates inscribed on legal deeds and contracts, the commencement of such years begins on the first day of the lunar month Tishri (usually corresponding to the months September–October in the Gregorian calendar), and whose injunction is expressly stated in the Hebrew Bible: "Three times in the year you shall keep a feast unto me... the feast of unleavened bread (Passover)... the feast of harvest (Shavuot)... and the feast of ingathering (Sukkot) which is at the departing of the year" (Exo. 23:14–16). By saying, "at the departing of the year," it is implied that the year's beginning also starts there.

The reckoning of Tishri as the beginning of the Jewish year began with the early Egyptians and was preserved by the Hebrew nation, being also alluded to in the Hebrew Bible (Genesis 7:11) when describing the Great Deluge at the time of Noah, and which was said to have begun during the "second month" (Marheshvan), counting from Tishri, a view that has largely been accepted by the Sages of Israel.



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