Shana Tova is the most common Hebrew wish for the day of Rosh hashanah. The day of Shana Tova is also celebrated as the anniversary of the birth of Adam and Eve. On the day of Shana Tova people pray with full devotion to their gods to forgive all the sins that they have committed. People wish each other Shana Tova and pray for a successful, well off and happy year ahead.When translated in English Shana Tova Tikatevu roughly means may you be sealed for a good year.
The day of Shana Tova also marks the beginning of the agricultural period. on the day of Shana Tova people eat sweet thing like apple dipped in honey. For the year 2016, L'Shana Tova will be celebrated from 2nd October till 4th October. On the day of Shana Tova people are granted all their wishes and they pray for a memorable life ahead. You will get information on the meaning of Shana Tova in the article below. Hope you celebrate L'Shana Tova this year with your close relatives.
L'Shana Tova Meaning
- The literal meaning of the greeting L'Shana Tova Tikatevu when translated in English is "May you be sealed and inscribed for a good year."
- It is commonly used as a greeting wish during the days of awe and Rosh Hashanah,
- The other version of this greeting is Ktiva Ve Chatima Tova which means may you have a good sign in the book of life.
What Does L'Shana Tova Mean
- L'Shana Tova is the Jewish greeting used for the Jewish new year Rosh Hashanah.
- The English translation of this greeting roughly means To a good year ahead.