Hope Spring eCard has added the Hanukkah greeting cards to their platform for the first time.  Hanukkah is an important festival in the Jewish calendar celebrated annually. 2020 Hanukkah starts on Thursday 11th December and ends on Friday, 18th 2020. The festival is also called the Festival of Lights. It is an eight-day Jewish festival commemorating the rededication of the second temple in Jerusalem.    

This new addition will allow the general public and supporters to send a Hanukkah card to their loved ones and family. Being an observance festival that reminds the Jewish people the struggle for their religious freedom, and a festival celebrated in many parts of the world. During Hannukah you can simply greet people happy holiday ‘’Chag Sameach’’ or happy Hanukkah ‘’Hanukkah Sameach’’.

The Hanukkah traditional colour is blue, white or silver. However blue is the most popular colour for Hanukkah this is because Blue is popularly loved by many people and preferred by men, This made blue a traditional and conservative colour and of course Hanukkah most popular colour.

On sundown, each night of Hanukkah families and friends gather to light each other candles songs and prayers are said and they eat traditional foods made with a lot of oil 

Good luck ecard is another range of ecard added to the growing platform. This will allow people to wish their loved ones the very best in their endeavours and also show they care. Earlier last month Eid Fitr ecard was also added to enable Muslim visitors to send Eid wishes to their families and loved ones.

According to Hope Spring founder Temi Odurinde, ‘’The steady growth of Hanukkah celebration in different parts of the world prompted the new addition. People can now send a Hanukkah card to their loved one’’.

Sending a Hanukkah card is very easy, visit Hope Spring ecard, select from the varieties of Hanukkah card, personalise the card, add a donation and send. You can decide to send the card instantly or schedule it to be sent later.

10  Fun Facts about Hanukkah

  1. It is also known as the festival of lights
  2. The word Hanukkah means dedication
  3. On Hanukkah  Jewish people eat food fried in oil like latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiyot(jelly doughnut)
  4. Hanukkah is the period  where children are given present for their Torah studies
  5. Hanukkah festival is not a major Jewish holiday
  6. On the Hanukkah final night, all candles are lit
  7. More than 17.5 million doughnuts are consumed in Israel throughout Hanukkah
  8. There about 16 ways to spell Hanukkah
  9. The psalms of praise (Hallel) is said on the eight-day of Hanukkah
  10. In the past oil was used in the menorah, recently, candles are substituted for oil

Are you thinking of a fun way of wishing your loved ones a happy Hanukkah this 2020, send a Hope Spring Hanukkah card, it’s fast and arrives instantly. A Hanukkah ecard will be much appreciated why not send your friends or loved ones a Hanukkah ecard!