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October’s first week is the starting of  The Jewish New year, more popularly known as Rosh Hashnah. Rosh Hashnah celebration that continues for two days, beginning on the first day of Tishrie, the first month of the Jewish civil year. So don’t forget to click some chic Rosh Hashnah pictures this Jewish New year and fill up Instagram with pictures of Rosh Hashanah food. We have collected Yom Kippur Rosh Hashanah 2016 Images.


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The picture above depicts every aspect of Rosh Hashanah festival, from fresh apples ready to be dipped in honey to the freshly baked Challah ready to be torn apart and devoured any moment. Don’t forget the Shofar kept in the back, ready to be blown every day of the Elluh to wake up the followers from their deep slumbers to pay their respects and repent for their sins.


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The biblical name for Rosh Hashanah is Yom Teruah which translates into the Feast of Trumpets. It is also called the day of shouting or blasting.
This Rosh Hashanah, click a picture with your Rabbi blowing air out of the Shofar. It can be one of the classic Rosh Hashanah picture that goes into your memory box.


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According to the orthodox theology, Rosh Hashanah is the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve and the first day of the epiphany when they realized of the existence of an omnipotent God. One of the most adored customs of Rosh Hashanah eve is the blowing of shofar, made out of a Ram’s horn, creating God’s own music.  The Hebrew Bible asks of the Jews to “Raise some noise” on Yom Teruah to awaken the listeners form their deep slumbers so that they can repent their sins before the day of Judgment and get included in one’s judged by the book of Life. Free downoad rosh hashnah images.

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The picture above depicts a Jew blowing a long Shofar. Like the modern bugle, the shofar lacks pitch-altering devices. All pitch control is done by varying the player's embouchure.
One of the famous tradition during Rosh Hashanah is the blowing of Shofar. Shofar is blown on each morning during the morning of entire month for Elul, just before Rosh Hashanah.
The Shofar is blown at every special Jewish Festive occasion including the Rosh Hashanah. The shofar is blown more than 100 times during the day during the Rosh Hashanah prayers.
The Rosh Hashanah Picture inset, depicts the devoted Jews praying for repentance and forgiveness before the onset of the judgement day. On the Judgement day, called as “Yom Hadin” celebrated as Rosh Hashanah one living with non-evil sins are opened and the final judgement is passed from the commencement of one can penance for the seal of life. The last of the High holy days ends with the holiday of Yom Kippur.
The picture above is taken on Rosh Hashanah, with Jews praying for forgiveness and repentance on the evening of Rosh Hashanah. A community praying at the synagogue is not uncommon in many parts. The picture above is taken of Jews praying in front of the western wall in Jerusalem, Israel.
After the prayers are completed, it is time for the feasts to break out. Rosh Hashanah meals usually include apples honey dipped to symbolize a sweet new year. Other foods with a symbolic meaning may be served, depending on local minhag ("custom")..
Celebrating Rosh Hashanah by using the simple recipe of dipping apples in honey has been passed down through generations.
 The picture inset is to depict the Rosh Hashanah foods such as apples dipped in honey to evoke a "sweet new year".
To celebrate the Jewish New year, a lot many sweet dishes with Apple and honey themed foods are circulated around. The use of apples dipped in honey, symbolizing a sweet year, is a late medieval Ashkenazi addition, though it is now almost universally accepted. Don’t forget to snap some pictures of your favorite Rosh Hashanah food on Instagram.
Here is a picture of a Honey Dew sponge cake with incredibly crunchy toppings of pomegranate consumed on Rosh Hashanah to start off your New year with a sweet and solid taste. Pomegranates are used in many traditions, to symbolize being fruitful like the pomegranate with its many seeds.
How can you have a Rosh Hashanah celebration without the Challah. The picture above represents the fluffy and soft challah bread, torn apart every Jewish New year celebration. Challah is a classic Rosh Hashanah recipe dish to make, also more commonly known as the egg bread for Jewish New year.  Challah is usually round in shape and considered to be the symbolic representation of the crown of God. So don’t forget to add in your jewels or raisins and other dry fruits to decorate your bread.


Don’t forget to use a picture of this crown bread on this Rosh Hashanah’s eve.


All said and done, more than pictures it is important to create memories with your family on this Rosh Hashanah’s eve. Don’t forget to click a picture with your family at the Rosh Hashanah celebration meal. You would have deserved it all after having atoned for your sins and passed through Book of Judgement. Have a happy Rosh Hashanah or as the native’s say,
Shana Tova!

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