Hanukkah (also known as Chanukah) is the Jewish Festival of Lights and lasts eight days,that begins on twenty-fifth day of Kislev month in the Jewish calendar. It usually falls in late November or December. Hanukkah is unarguably the most popular of all Jewish holidays because of its historical significance and proximity to winter vacations. A holiday with inherent lessons in sustainability, most notably in the story about one day’s worth of oil lasting eight days. All holidays benefit from stylish shortcuts and Hanukkah is no exception. Beginning from the 1st day of Hanukkah, gifts and presents are widely exchanged among friends, familie,relatives and give to the poor and needy. Like any other festival or occasion, the first night of Hanukkah is filled with music and singing. Traditional Hanukkah songs are the ideal kind of celebration that set the mood of joy and happiness associated with this wonderful festival. The Hanukkah menorahs (a candelabrum with nine holders, one for every day, plus a ninth one for the ‘server’ candle used to light the other candles), are considered to be most appropriate 1st Day of Hanukkah gifts and presents, especially for children. Treats cooked in olive oil is a tradition associated with the festival of Hanukkah. It has become quite ironic, that a minor Jewish holiday like the 1st day of Hanukkah has become the most celebrated and secular festival on the Jewish calendar. It is a time to light the holiday menorah, to give and to receive, to feast and rejoice together as one.