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Yom Kippur Gift Ideas

Yom Kippur Gifts

Yom Kippur is one of the most significant Jewish festivals and is considered as one of the most solemn and holiest days of the year.  The theme of this festival is repentance, atonement and resolution. On the day of Yom Kippur, the Jews are expected to fast and indulge in introspection, self-correction and pray to the almighty for forgiving the sins committed by them.

Apart from being a day of reconciliation, this day also calls for exchanging gifts with your family and loved ones. This tradition of exchanging gifts during the festival of Yom Kippur is actually a tremendous way of strengthening relations with the people close to you.  Giving a nice present during this occasion symbolizes the warm feelings you have towards your friends and family.

If you are wondering as to what kind of presents would be suitable as Yom Kippur gifts, here are a few interesting gift ideas for you to consider. Try one of these suggestions and see the lovely smile on the face of your loved ones.


Challah Boards: These are perhaps the most popular choice for Yom Kippur gifts and are also ideal for gifting purposes on various other Jewish festivals. In fact, the Challah boards are even suitable for gifting on birthdays, weddings and anniversaries. Available in various attractive designs, these Challah boards are used for cutting bread and are even demanded during Shabbat ceremonies, the day of resting in the Jewish religion, where it is customary to eat three meals throughout the day. Decorative Challah bread covers are considered to be, one of the most attractive and useful Yom Kippur gifts, as the day ends with breaking the fast.

Kosher Gift Basket: A traditional gift for the festival of Yom Kippur is the kosher gift basket. These large and abundant baskets can be filled with cakes & cookies, chocolates, crackers & caviar, teas & coffees and various other mouth-watering eatables and drinks that are kosher-friendly. After the festival, the kosher baskets can be useful as souvenirs for family and friends.

Shabbat Candleholders: The idea of gifting Shabbat candleholders as Yom Kippur gifts is slowly catching up with the people. The most preferred design in these is candleholders of traditional golden color that is hand painted alongwith a beautiful pattern of crystals on it. These Shabbat candleholders are perfect as pieces of home décor, or as judaica gift for the holidays.

Wall Hangings: Attractively designed wall hangings in Hebrew or English are excellent as tokens of love, well being and blessings during the occasion of Yom Kippur. The most common wall hanging is the five-fingered ‘Khamsa’, which is also popularly known as ‘Khamsa’, ‘Hamsa’, ‘Eye of Fatima’, ‘Hand of Fatima’ or ‘Hand of Miriam’. This symbol is commonly found in charms, amulets, jewelry, cars, door entrances and various other places. The Khamsa is believed to be an ancient talismanic way of combating and protecting oneself from the evil eye. The symbol is also available in modified forms with a hand with three raised fingers or sometimes, even with two thumbs arranged in a symmetric pattern.

Kiddush Cup: This is considered to be, one of the more elegant and meaningful options of Yom Kippur gifts. Kiddush, which is a traditional blessing and prayer recited over wine during every holiday meal, is found in the home of every Jewish family. Available in a variety of materials, the Kiddush cups make for excellent Yom Kippur gifts.

So, now you have a wide list of Yom Kippur gifts options to choose from. Whatever present you may choose, just remember to gift it with all your love & care, and then it will be surely liked by the one you gift it to.

 











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