Rosh Hashanah is the two-day Jewish New Year celebration that begins on the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month of the ecclesiastical year.
The term, Rosh Hashanah literally means the “Head of the year”. This day is the first of the Jewish High Holy which takes place in the early autumn of the Northern Hemisphere.
It is a day for prayers that include sounding the ram’s horn and asking the Lord for peace, prosperity, and blessings. Festive meals and candle lightings in the evenings are all part of this auspicious celebration.
Below is a list of greetings and wishes to spread the joy of New Year to your friends and family-
On Rosh Hashanah, I wish you peace and happiness and God’s blessings. The happiest days are ahead of you.
May God shower you with eternal luck and success. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Rosh Hashanah.
On this special occasion of New Year, I wish you a year filled with prosperity, peace, happiness and good health.
May God’s blessing always shine on you to lead a peaceful and happy life. L’shanah Tovah! To you and your loved ones.
May this Rosh Hashanah bring you fulfillment and all the life’s best things. Have a very happy and healthy New Year.
On the special eve of Rosh Hashanah, I wish you and your loved ones nothing but health, happiness, peace and prosperity. L’shanah Tovah!
May this New Year be filled with sweet and happy moments for you and your family. Wishing you a very happy Rosh Hashanah.
May your home light up with joy and happiness. Have an extremely peaceful and happy Rosh Hashanah.
As the New Year starts may you discover a new sense of responsibility. Hope you have a matured and responsible Rosh Hashanah.
On this New Year, may you have a new belief in the gifts you receive and share with all the people around you. Have an amazing Rosh Hashanah.
May this New Year hold the power to renew your faith in your dreams and your capabilities. I wish you all the success in life on a very happy occasion of Rosh Hashanah.
All we need in life is some love and happiness. May you discover both of them in this year. Have a very happy Rosh Hashanah.
On this special eve of Rosh Hashanah, Wish you a lifetime of joy, hope and happiness. Have a y a peaceful Rosh Hashanah with your friends and family.
On the day of Rosh Hashanah, we thank the God for the years we have been through safe and sound and pray to him for another joyful year.
May the Lord and the God of our ancestors renew us another happy and sweet year. L’shanah Tovah! to everyone.
This is the time of reminding the Jews from all over the world to renew your relationship with God almighty. Have a great year ahead of you.
The New Year isn’t only limited to the new you. It is about the newest change we can bring into our world. Have a fun filled Rosh Hashanah.
Head of a sheep or a fish should incur a sense of leadership and ascendency in you. Have a responsible year ahead of you.
Warm wishes and regards to your friends and your loved ones on this special day of Rosh Hashanah. L’shanah Tovah!
On this New Year, May warm smiles fill your year and life with warmth and happiness. Have a great Rosh Hashanah.
May you sparkle and believe in the path you are on. I wish you all the success and luck on this auspicious occasion of Rosh Hashanah.
Learn from the year that have passed and live today with hope and may your tomorrow be filled with laughter and happiness. Have a wonderful Rosh Hashanah.
May all your future endeavors work out beautifully this year. Wishing you a happy and prosperous Rosh Hashanah.
This year will demand a different you from the one you were last year. I hope you can live up to every situation. Wishing you a very special and responsible Rosh Hashanah.
Only you hold the power to write your life’s 365 page book. On this Rosh Hashanah, I hope you can fill it with pleasant memories.
A fresh new year is knocking at your door. It depends on you what you are going to do with it. Have a safe and pleasant Rosh Hashanah.
It’s that time of the year. So be thankful for the blessings of the past year and to take stock of all our achievements. Wish you a great year ahead. L’shanah Tovah!
On this New Year, you have the privilege to start afresh, to start strong, and yet another chance to do everything you desire to do this year. Have a great Rosh Hashanah.
Set positive goals and resolutions on this Rosh Hashanah, and try to hang on to them and see the achievements being unfold. Wish you a very exciting New Year. L’shanah Tovah!
On this Rosh Hashanah, make a resolution to keep yourself happy for the rest of 365 days. Have a joyful year ahead. L’shanah Tovah!
Your character defines if you are able to carry out your positive resolutions or not. On the eve of Rosh Hashanah I wish you a determined year ahead.
The most amazing thing about chances is we get them every year. I hope you are able to make the most out of the chances you are going to get. L’shanah Tovah!
Only you can help in writing your own story for this New Year by setting up positive goals. Wish you a joyful Rosh Hashanah.
The worst thing about a new year is time flown away. But the best thing about a new year is you are the pilot to make this one a great year. Wish you a cheerful Rosh Hashanah.
A new year makes us feel hopeful about our dreams and the new beginnings we are looking for. I hope you a fantastic year ahead and a very happy Rosh Hashanah.
On this special occasion of Rosh Hashanah, I wish you a bucket of happiness, a year of great success and a lifetime of good health. L’shanav Tovah!
May this New Year, provide you with a light to guide you towards a positive and fruitful destination. Wish you a great Rosh Hashanah.
Sometimes, all we humans need is love. On the eve of Rosh Hashanah, I wish you all the warmth of love. Have a great year. L’shanav Tovah!
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