Rosh Hashana is the Jewish festival. Rosh Hashanah 2020 will begin in the evening of Friday, 18 September and ends on the evening of Sunday, 20 September. Many Jewish peoples observe Rosh Hashanah known as the New Year in the Jewish calendar for two days while others celebrate this festival for one day only. Jewish people celebrate this festival with lots of joy and happiness. Many of them celebrate it by eating challah bread and apples dipped in honey. It is the festival of spreading love and sweetness in relation to peoples to each other. It is a time of family gatherings, special meals, and sweet foods. Rosh Hashana starts on the first day of Tishrei, which is the seventh month in the Jewish calendar, and may last for two days. Rosh Hashanah sometimes also called the Day of Remembrance.
Rosh Hashanah 2020
2020: Start on September 18 at sundown – End on nightfall on September 20
2021: Start on September 6 at sundown – End on nightfall on September 8
2022: Start on September 25 at sundown – End on nightfall on September 27
2023: Start on September 15 at sundown – End on nightfall on September 17
2024: Start on October 2 at sundown – End on nightfall on October 4
2025: Start on September 22 at sundown – End on nightfall on September 24