Hanukkah 2022: Best Quotes, Messages, Images, Wishes, Greetings, Sayings, and Social Media Posts to Greet Your Friends and Family

Hanukkah is one of the most significant festivals in the Jewish community. According to the current scenario across the globe, everyone is preparing for Hanukkah. Also known as the Festival of Lights. It includes a celebration for 8 nights with great food, family and friends exchanging presents and playing Secret Santa sort of games. One of the most significant parts of the celebration is lighting 8 candles. Although the dates for the festival are based on the Jewish calendar so it mostly occurs in December and coincides with Christmas. This year in 2022, it will be observed on 18th December and will end on 26th December. 

Basically, the festival is celebrated on the 25th day of Kislev, a month in the Jewish calendar that falls somewhere between late November to late December as per the Gregorian calendar. The Jewish calendar is made on the lunar cycle, making new moths based on the new moon thus creating dates. 

Greet you friends and family this hanukkah 2022 using these best sayings, wishes, images, quotes, wishes, messages, greetings and social media posts.

Best Hanukkah 2022 Wishes, Quotes, Sayings, Messages, Images, Greetings, and Social Media Posts to Greet Your Friends and Family

Chag sameach! Let the light shine every day of your life.

Chag sameach! (Happy holiday!)


May this festival bring blessings upon you and your family.

Happy Hanukkah! Wishing you prosperity, love, and laughter.

Hanukkah 2022

Happy Hanukkah! May your candles burn bright this season.

Hanukkah greetings for love, peace, and happiness.

Hanukkah Wishes

Happy Festival of Lights!

Chag urim sameach! (Happy Festival of Lights!)

Hanukkah Quotes 2022

Why is Hanukkah celebrated?

Well, originally it is spelt as “Chanukah”. It officially commences Jerusalem and the rededication of the Second Temple at the beginning of the Maccabean revolt, a Jewish rebellion. There was a civil war against the Seleucid empire involving Jewish camps termed the Maccabean revolt. It was about those who assimilated Syrian and Creek customs. Especially those who were rigid to put Jewish traditions and laws. 

Eventually, the Jewish traditionalist took over and gained Israel and ordered the rededication of the Second Temple. Infamous Jewish temple that was built on the temple mount between 516 BCE and 70CE. After they took over the country, they cleaned the temple and built a new menorah and altar. The Menorah is a candlestick that has seven holders which denotes seven days of creation.

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