Monday, September 15, 2014

Top 10 Best Rosh Hashanah 2015 Recipes to Serve your Friends and Family to Celebrate Jewish Happy New Year  - Best Ones 


Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish new year that is celebrated with a lot of fun, feasting and mirth. This day is believed to be the day of creation of Adam and Eve and is consequently, the day of the beginning of humanity. On this day people visit the house of their relatives, loved ones, friends and exchange gifts, wishes, blessings of the elderly and greetings cards. There are certain traditional food items that are consumed on this day. For instance, apple and honey are considered sacred food for this festival. Apple dipped in honey symbolizes how sweet the coming year is going to be.


However, apart from these traditional food items, Rosh Hashanah is celebrated with a lot of grand food items. Some of the items that are usually consumed in Rosh Hashanah have been cited below:


Apple and honey cookies Recipe for Rosh Hashanah 2014



since, honey and apple are a major part of this festival, it is a good idea to prepare food items with these ingredients. To prepare apple and honey cookies, all you need is apple, honey, egg, flour, sugar, cinnamon and salt.
To prepare this, first, blend honey, eggs and sugar along with all other dry ingredients. To this batter add nuts, apples, vanilla essence and bake in a greased pan for 40 minutes at 350 degrees. Cut into pieces and serve.



Gefilte fish Recipe for Jewish New Year 2015


 – to prepare this dish, you need one loaf of frozen fish; onion; carrots; sugar; salt; pepper.
To prepare this dish, you first need to put the fish in a pot of cold water along with the other ingredients. Boil this on medium flame for a time span of 90 minutes. After this, let the fish cool for about 15 minutes or so. This then needs to be refrigerated and served cold along with the carrots for garnishing.



Roasted honey chicken Recipe for L'shovah Hannah


 – for preparing this dish, you need chicken breast, mustard paste, lemon juice, honey, soy sauce, and parsley.
To cook this dish, preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Marinade the chicken breast with soy sauce, mustard paste, honey and lemon juice. Let the chicken stir in for at least 10 minutes. Next, place the chicken in a pan and roast for 20 to 25 minutes. Garnish with parsley and serve.


The above cited dishes would be perfect to make Rosh Hashanah a memorable experience for you. With feasting and fun, this occasion would prove to be a precious event in your life. 

Free Printable Rosh Hashanah 2015 Greeting Cards written with Beautiful Wishes and Cute Blessings along with Aborable and Funny Message Pictures, HD Wallpapers and Images.


Rosh Hashanah or Jewish New Year 2015 is not very different from the English New Year celebrations or the Chinese New Year festival. This day is supposed to be the day of creation of Adam and Eve and is celebrated with a lot of zeal, mirth and merriment. Rosh Hashanah, like every other New Year celebration is marked by the exchange of gifts, greetings cards and blessings of the friends and family members.

Most people these days send wishes and greetings through SMS and other social media sites (networking and messaging) like Facebook, WhatsApp and others. However, the Jewish community has a long history of sending greetings cards to the relatives, friends, acquaintances and other loved ones. This is a token of love and a symbolic exchange of care and affection. These cards can be purchased from store or can be customized as per your design and requirements.


Most Beautiful Cute and Funny L'shanah Tovah Happy Rosh Hashanah Cards





Sweet Rosh Hashanah 2015 Wishes Wallpaper



Traditional Rosh Hashanah 2015 Image Greeting




Funny Rosh Hashanah 2014 e-Card to Wish Loved Ones




Trendy Rosh Hashanah Greeting 



Honey Apple L'shanah Tovah  Greeting Card



BINGO Printable Greeting Card for Jewish New Year



L'shanah Tovah Happy New Year





The most common motif or emblem in Rosh Hashanah cards is apple and honey. This is derived from the age old tradition of dipping apple in honey and eating it as a mark of how sweet the ensuing year is going to be. Almost all cards of Rosh Hashanah has this emblem along with ‘Shanah Tovah’ (which means that have a great year ahead) and the message. Even today many people consume apple and honey as part of the Rosh Hashanah ritual, although, this has reduced to the part of a symbolic exercise.

Another very common motif or emblem that can be found in many Rosh Hashanah cards is the ‘Shofar’. The Shofar is the horn of the ram that is blown to welcome the new year. It is considered as auspicious in Judaism and the Shofar can be found in many other rituals as well. Even now, the actual Shofar is blown in many places to greet the new year. This, therefore, features in many greetings cards as a symbolic gesture to welcome the new year auspiciously.

If you wish to send Ecards to people then it can be a very good option. These allow you to personalize your card in whichever way you want. Also, you can later alter and edit them as per your wish. These Ecards can be sent to multiple people at once. The tradition of sending cards on Rosh Hashanah has not died out.  

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Happy Rosh Hashanah Wishes to celebrate Jewish New Year 2015- Sharing the beautiful and sweet blessings in form of quotes, saying and one liners to share on facebook and put on whatsapp status.  


Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish new year that is celebrated each year in early autumn. This celebration is marked by mirth, merriment, food and exchange of greeting and wishes. This is that time of the year when people from the jewish community seek blessing from the elderly; visit houses of the relatives; get along together to feast and celebrate. Food plays a very important role in Rosh Hashanah and various kinds of items are prepared for this celebration. Traditionally, this day is believed to be the day of creation of Adam and Eve.


Beautiful Rosh Hashanah Wishes for Jewish New Year 2015

May the new year bring you and your family health, happiness and laughter. 


Rosh Hashanah wishes are sent through cards, E-cards, social networking and messaging sites. Although, with the advent of the internet and various social media sites, most people send their wishes to their loved ones through Facebook or Whatsapp or SMS, the Jewish community has a longstanding custom of sending greetings cards to one another as soon as the High Holy Days approach.


Shanah Tovah

My warm and heartfelt with to you this rosh hashanah is that may you prosper even more this year. 

In honor of the new year, the letter - May you inscribed in the book of life, health and prosperity. 


The usual message contained in these cards is new year wishes and blessings. ‘Shanah Tovah’ (which means ‘have a good year ahead’) is the most common Rosh Hashanah greeting.

Wishing you a new year full of happiness
Most of the Rosh Hashanah wishes and greetings cards have the emblem of apple and honey. This is drawn from the actual custom of taking a apple and dipping it in honey to symbolize the sweetness of the coming year. Another popular symbol used in these cards to convey wishes is the ‘Shofar’. Shofar is a ram’s horn that is blown to celebrate and greet the new year. Not many people use the actual Shofar these days but consequently, it has been part of the greetings cards and other wishes as emblems.
You shall rejoice in your festival ..... and your joy shall be complete.

Many people these days send Rosh Hashanah wishes through E-cards. These cards have the advantage of self-customization. You can inscribe your own message and wish along with the pictures or emblem of your choice and send it to multiple persons at one time. Also, you have the option of altering and changing the design if you are not happy with the previous one. While wishing the loved ones on Rosh Hashanah, people also send gifts (mostly sweets and others) along with cards. It is all about the expression of fellow-feeling, benevolence and feasting.

Thus, if you are willing to wish someone happy Rosh Hashanah 2015 then the above cited ideas shall help you to proceed and participate in the mirth of the festival.
The lord himself will come own from heaven with arousing cry, with a call from one of the ruling angel and with God's shofar; those who died united with the messiah will be the first rise. L'shanah Tovah

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Rosh Hashanah is the name of the Jewish New Year (ברכה לראש השנה) which is celebrated early autumn. It is usually a two day celebration and is believed to be the day when Adam and Eve were created. It is marked by mirth, merriment and feasting. “Shanah Tovah” is the common Greeting for Rosh Hashanah which means ‘have a great year’ ahead. This is the time of the year with people visit houses of their relatives to convey greetings and also the younger people seek blessings of the elderly.

These days, most people convey their Rosh Hashanah Greetings through SMS, social networking sites like facebook, twitter and other means like social messaging platforms like whatsapp. There are various online sites on Google that have sample greeting and short messages that can be sent to your beloved ones. You can browse through our site’s categories to find awesome greetings and beautiful wishes for Rosh Hashanah 2015.  


Best Rosh Hashanah Greetings 2015

Your Wishes on Rosh Hashanah 2015 really made me feel special! I wish you too have a sweet jewish ne year 2015 ahead. L'shanah Tovah!

May your home liight up with joy. Happy New Year- Rosh Hashannah
L'shannah Tovah- Rosh Hashanah Greetings to You and Your family


The concept of greetings card has now become obsolete. People no more send greetings cards on occasions and the only times they are used, are for personal events like birthdays or anniversaries. For the purpose of wishing ‘Shanah Tovah’ you can send greetings to your acquaintances and loved ones who stay far or in other countries. Sending greetings cards to people staying afar might seem to be a good and innovative idea. Most greeting cards for Rosh Hashanah have inscribed messages of ‘shanah tovah’ or happy new year 2015, happy Jewish new year 2015.


Sweet and Awesome Jewish New Year Greetings, Wishes and Blessings

Sweet Happy Rosh Hashanah Greetings 2015

L'shanah Tovah- Wishing You a Good Year

L'shanah Tovah Facebook Cover for Jewish Happy New Year 2015

Wishes of Happiness and Togetherness for Rosh Hashanah 2015
A Cute Poem to Wish Happy New Year 2015 



Sending E-cards have been the latest trend to convey Rosh Hashanah greetings. These cards can be sent instantly and are more convenient to send. Another advantage of sending E-cards is that you can customize the card in the way you want – you can put your own message, clips, photographs or designs that you wish to and send to multiple people at the same time. You have the option of altering and editing the designed E-card as well.

Rosh Hashanah is the time of communion and getting together. Taking ideas from the above points, you can choose to wish your loved ones through any of these means. Rosh  Hashanah’s spirit can be captured only if you meet your relatives in person and celebrate the occasion with feast, mirth and merriment. This festival is characterised by the blowing of the Shofar and the consumption of symbolic food like honey and apples. So get together to celebrate the Jewish new year with all your spiritual energy and spontaneity.