Shavuot celebrates the giving and receiving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. Shavuot means “weeks,” and it comes exactly seven weeks after Passover. Shavuot is a holiday with two stories.
For Jews, the Torah is our most treasured possession. It is the Jewish roadmap. It contains history, law, and values, and it details our relationship with God. Throughout history the Torah has linked Jews to one another.
Two different Jewish holidays celebrate the Torah. On Shavuot we commemorate the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. It is a holiday on which Torah study is emphasized. On Simhat Torah we celebrate the yearly Torah reading cycle
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