Passover is a Jewish religious festival, celebrated to commemorate the freedom of Jews from their enslavement in Ancient Egypt. The festival begins on the 14th day of the month of Nissan (March or April, according to Georgian calendar), which is the first month of the Hebrew calendar's festival. Passover is a spring festival celebrated with joy and enthusiasm among the Jewish communities spread over the world. The festive occasion holds immense religious significance for the Jews and the entire family gets together to celebrate the occasion. The festivities extend to over a week, though the first and the last days of the week are more important.
Jewish families sing holy songs during the festival, in remembrance of the Holy God, who helped them sail through their difficulties at the time of the Exodus. These holy songs dedicated help them to connect to the Supreme Power and feel his divinity. Passover songs have a traditional association with the end of Seder, the festive meal enjoyed by families on the first two days of Passover. Most of the Passover songs are sung in the second half, after the dinner. However, there are some songs that are sung during the main part of Seder as well, before the meal has been consumed. This part of Seder is called "Maggid" and is devoted to narrating the story of the Exodus.
Funny Passover Songs
Songs forms an inseparable part of any festive celebration and help people to enjoy the occasion in a cheerful and jolly way. While following the rules and customs of any celebration, one must not forget the most important aspect or the key element - to share some quality time with friends and family members and have a riot of laughter with them.
Traditional Passover Songs
Songs add to the festive mood of the season and have been an important aspect of human life since ancient times. They have been written and sung on almost all the aspects of human life and portray a variety of human emotions, like happiness, misery, love etc. They have also been used to depict the true essence of any festival and to narrate the story behind the celebration.