Hanukkah, the Jewish festival, is celebrated to recall and show respect for the Jewish army and the rededication of the Holy temple in Jerusalem. Hanukkah is one of the most recognized Jewish festivals and is celebrated for eight days. One of the most important religious traditions of Hanukkah is lighting the Hanukkiyah (menorahs).
Hanukkah menorahs are a type of candelabra. Each night of Hanukkah, at sunset, Jewish families get together and light one of the candles on their menorahs. In addition to the menorahs, Hanukkah also involves many religious tradition and customs followed by Jewish people. It involves gift giving and sharing among your loved ones, which is where this infographic comes into play.