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Celebrate Purim by sending Purim gifts and exchanging "mishloach manot" filled with kosher food gifts, fruit baskets, and sweet treats.

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Facts About Purim: What is Purim and How is it Celebrated?

Purim is a festival celebrating the salvation of the Jewish people, and is often held on the 14th day during the Hebrew month of Adar.

Purim means "lots" in Persian, and the word Purim in Hebrew (read right to left) reads like: פּוּרִים‎.

"Mishloach manot" is know as the exchanging of beverage and food gifts.

It is customary for those celebrating to donate to charity.

The Book of Esther is read to recount the story and miracle of Purim.

Adults and children alike dress up in costumes for Purim.

Triangle shaped pastries filled with sweet fruit preserves, poppy seeds, or chocolate known as "hamantaschen" are a traditional and delicious Purim dessert.

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Facts About Purim: What is Purim and How is it Celebrated?

Purim is a festival celebrating the salvation of the Jewish people, and is often held on the 14th day during the Hebrew month of Adar.

Purim means "lots" in Persian, and the word Purim in Hebrew (read right to left) reads like: פּוּרִים‎.

"Mishloach manot" is know as the exchanging of beverage and food gifts.

It is customary for those celebrating to donate to charity.

The Book of Esther is read to recount the story and miracle of Purim.

Adults and children alike dress up in costumes for Purim.

Triangle shaped pastries filled with sweet fruit preserves, poppy seeds, or chocolate known as "hamantaschen" are a traditional and delicious Purim dessert.