Rosh Hashanah is another name for Jewish new year which occurs on the first and second days of Tishri according to Hebrew calendar. Rosh HaShanah literally means "Head of the Year" as the Jewish new year begins from that day. Rosh HaShanah or Yom Kippur (in Jewish language) is celebrated as the auspicious day of Judaism when people observe special rituals, customs and traditions. Bible described Rosh Hashanah as a day commemorating the creation of the world. It lasts 2 days to bring cheers and spirit of joys among people with their Traditional Rosh Hashanah greetings.
Blowing shofar, ram's horn trumpet, is an important symbol of Rosh HaShanah. Tashlich is a traditional ceremony when people cast off their pockets in water as if they are casting off their sins. Apples dipped in honey are eaten as part of celebration along with round loaves of challah. Jewish religion people celebrate the high holy days as the birthday of the world and the preparations are part of celebration. So, share the beautiful message of rosh hashanah celebrations to spread peace in the community and strive for becoming a better person. Send these Rosh Hashanah Wallpapers as a token of your love and excitement for the holidays to decorate computers, desktops, laptops and other applications.
Sunset September 18, 2009 - nightfall September 20, 2009