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Hanukkah Quotes

Hanukkah - the Festival of Lights - is the most widely celebrated and enjoyed Jewish holiday. The festival commemorates the re-dedication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem in the 2nd century BCE. The eight-day long festival begins on the 25th of Kislev, according to the Hebrew calendar. This date corresponds in the months of November or December as per the Gregorian calendar. The festivities are marked by exchanging greetings and gifts, playing games, eating traditional Jewish food, and following the customs and rituals, the most significant amongst them being the illumination of the lights. To add on to the festivities, people purchase various gifts and cards for their family and friends. These presents can be given a personal touch by adding a few memorable and inspirational quotes. In the following lines, we have enlisted some famous Hanukkah quotes and sayings. Check them out!

Praised are You, Our God, Ruler of the universe, Who made us holy through your commandments and commanded us to kindle the Hanukah lights.

Colorful candles burning bright, each lit on eight very special nights.

May the lights of Hanukkah usher in a better world for all humankind.

Christmas brings enormous electric bills. Candles are used for Hanukkah. Not only are we spared enormous electric bills, but we get to feel good about not contributing to the energy crisis.

May love and light fill your home and heart at Hanukkah.

Sometimes there are imma­ture kids who make jokes about (Hanukkah), but other than that, everyone is really accept­ing

I ask not for a lighter burden, but for broader shoulders.

They celebrated it for eight days with gladness like Sukkot and recalled how a little while before, during Sukkot, they had been wandering in the mountains and caverns like wild animals.So carrying lulavs ...they offered hymns of praise to God who had brought to pass the purification of His own place.

Just as Hanukkah candles are lighted one by one from a single flame, so the tale of the miracle is passed from one man to another, from one house to another, and to the whole House of Israel throughout the generations.

It's not only a Jewish message but a universal message of hope in the face of tyranny and darkness.

It's a very simple holiday when, for a time, light is the most important thing and life isn't always about material stuff.

It's also a reminder that humanity is not alone and all things, including poor economies, happen for a reason.

Hanukkah is the ideal holiday to heal the pain because one of its major themes is the triumph of good over evil.

More people can relate to (Hanukkah) because more people are facing hardships.

Hanukkah has very little accouterments attached to it ... Besides dreidels and gold, foil-wrapped coins, the menorah is the way to showcase the holiday.

Holidays help because they come with stories, and the Hanukkah story is good for relaying that the divine pervades everything, even darkness.

May the festival of light encircle your life with Joy and Happiness. Success comes at your home.

Come here, I will show you a new way to the Creator: Not through speech, but through song! Let us sing and Heaven will understand us.

Let us vow to lead the world from darkness to light, from falsehood to truth, and from wrong to right

You are welcome to the festival of lights, which reflects the beauty of the fest that good always victory over bad and brightness victory over darkness.

Faith makes all things possible, Hope makes all things work, Love makes all things beautiful, May u have all the three, on the festival of lights!

One and two, three and four Shining, shining brightly. Five and six, then two more, Each one added nightly. Eight at last, what a blaze! Prettiest of sights,. Best of all the holidays, This Festival of Lights.

I’ll be thinking of you at Hanukkah, wishing you weren’t so far away. Have a light, bright celebration!

Twinkle, twinkle Chanukah lights, shining brightly for eight nights. See the dreidel spin around, eat some latkes crisp and brown. Twinkle, twinkle Chanukah lights, come and join us on this night.

At Hanukkah we remember tradition, freedom, and courage. Have a joyous celebration of the Festival of Lights.

Eight little candles in a row, All aglow. Scarlet, purple, Pink, blue, Green, white and yellow, Orange, too. The menorah, Shining bright, Holds a rainbow to wish you happy Hanukkah

Let's light the menorah For the Festival of Lights, One candle every evening For eight great, joyous nights. Latkes, games, and sharing, Happiness and cheer. Let's light the menorah For Hanukkah is here.

Hanukkah Wishes for the light of faith, the warmth of home, the love of family and friends all be yours this year.