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The Sukkot festival in Israel

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The Sukkot festival in Israel

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The Sukkot festival begins January 15th, according to the Jewish calendar (Tishrei) after five days of Yom Kippur.

Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) is a memorial to the children of Israel who spent 40 years traveling through the desert to return to the Promised Land of Israel. Sukkot commemorates the construction of Israeli tents when they were exiled in Egypt. This is also the common ceremony of the Jews.

Sukkot Festival begins January 15 in Jewish calendar Around the world, people from thaais will be staying in the tent for 7 days and 7 nights. This ceremony coincides with the fruit harvest season and marks the end of a growing cycle. And it ends with the Shemini Atzeret and the Simchat Torah marking the end of the Torah (also known as the Bible or Moses Pentateuch) and begin a cycle of books. each. It is a unique feature of not only Israeli culture but also the unique culture of the world.

Sukkot’s symbol is the arba’a minim (“four tree species”), consisting of a citron branch, a palm branch, a branch of myrtle and a branch of willow, Into bundles or chains.

The feast of the tent offering will begin on October 13, 2011, to commemorate the Jewish ancestors who left Egypt about 3,200 years ago. Children are also allowed to join and set up tents, adults will teach basic steps for them.

On the first day of Sukkot, the whole country will be off work. The next six days are called chol-hamo’ed (“Days of the Week”), people can go back to work but festive atmosphere is still very busy. School is closed all week and many families make use of this holiday to travel and picnic.

The desire for peace and solidarity among nations in the world is manifested by the rituals at the Temple of Jerusalem. Here, the people of Israel will pray for peace, nourishment and salvation for all nations of the world.

Despite its modest size, Israel is a land of ancient cities, deepest lakes and the world’s largest volcanic craters that have attracted so many archaeologists and visitors. “Holy land” will bring you a very interesting experience. Would you like to join us in exploring the land of the religious shrine and attending sacred festivals? Then book your air ticket to Israel today.

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