Hanukkah Menorahs, also known as Hanukkiahs, are candelabras central to the Jewish festival of Hanukkah. Featuring nine candle holders, eight represent the eight nights of Hanukkah, and the ninth, the “Shamash,” is used to light the others. Traditionally, a new candle is lit each night to commemorate the miracle of the oil in the Holy Temple, where a day’s worth of oil lasted eight days. Menorahs come in various designs and materials, from traditional to modern, yet all serve the same ceremonial purpose. Beyond religious significance, they symbolize hope, resilience, and the triumph of light over darkness.
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