Hanukkah is the Jewish Festival of Lights. It’s an 8-day celebration that takes place during winter.
Although Hanukkah is widely celebrated by most modern Jews, it is a minor holiday in Judaism.
The most significant Hanukkah tradition is lighting the menorah. A menorah, sometimes called a hanukkiah, is a candelabra with nine candle holders.
A dreidel is a 4-sided spinning top used for a betting game played during Hanukkah.
Traditionally, Hanukkah was not a gift-giving holiday. However, it has become one because it’s celebrated so close to Christmas.
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