Happy Hanukkah 2019 Wishes & Images: People Take to Twitter to Celebrate the First Night of Jewish Festival of Lights
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End of the year is never sad, thanks to all the festivals running across the world at this moment. Hanukkah is the most important event for the people belonging to the Jewish community. Also called the Jewish Festival of Lights, the eight-day celebration commemorates the rededication of the Second Temple of Jerusalem. Hanukkah 2019 began on December 22. People have already taken to Twitter sharing Happy Hanukkah 2019 wishes and images, as they celebrate the first night of Jewish Festival of Lights. The festival is all about celebration, traditions, and religiousness and of course, feasting. They exchange wishes saying “Hanukkah Sameah” (Happy Hanukkah) or “Chag Sameach” (Happy Holiday) and enjoy the festival. Hanukkah 2019 Wishes, Greetings & Images: WhatsApp Stickers, Chanukah GIF Messages and Facebook Quotes to Send on the Jewish Festival. 

Hanukkah is derived from a Hebrew word, which means “to dedicate.” It is said that on this day, the Maccabean Jews gained back the control of Jerusalem and rededicated the temple. This the reason which why it is called Hanukkah. Hanukkah 2019 will continue till December 30, before we hit the New Year. The festivity is a great way to end the year with a bang and hope for joy in the future. First Day of Hanukkah, Meaning, Significance and Celebrations Related to the Festival of Lights. 

People across the world who observes the festival have taken it to social media, sharing their moments of joy with the world. They wished each other Happy Hanukkah on the first night of Jewish Festival of Lights. Everyone beautifully decorated their festive space and lit the first candle to mark the onset of Hanukkah 2019.

Here Are the Tweets:

Happy First Night of Hanukkah!

Fur Friend Is Ready for Hanukkah!

Candles For Each Night!

Chag Sameach:

Twitter is currently filled with beautiful moments of festivals. With Christmas being near the corner, the onset of Hanukkah and obviously 2019 ending sooner, the social media platforms are filled with various kinds of images and videos, highlighting all of these. Talking about Hanukkah, the eight-day festival has just begun, and we will surely have more such moments to cherish. Happy Hanukkah!