Jewish Cards, Greeting Cards for Simchat Torah

The religious annual holiday of Simchat Torah Hebrew for “rejoicing in the Law”, (“Rejoicing with the Torah”) is celebrated on the eighth day after Sukkot begins celebrating the completion of the annual reading of the Torah in the Jewish year and serves as a post-biblical festival created to honor the Torah.
Simchat Torah is one of the Jewish religious joyous festival, the Jewish people represent the Torah as a tree of life and demonstrate life as a lifelong study that never-ends.
Here this article shows some card activities borrowed from The Jewish net and send a Simchat Torah card to celebrate with your Jewish friend or relatives.

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