Rosh Hashana is a Jewish holiday usually referred to as the "Jewish New Year." Rosh Hashana is the start of the civil year in the Hebrew calendar. On Rosh Hashana there are a lot of customs for example: In Rosh Hashana the religious people practice the custom of rest. In addition, other custom of Rosh Hashana it's to blow in the shofar. Furthermore it is custom to eat pomegranate, and apply with honey, in order to sweeten the new year. My family and I celebrate Rosh Hashana every year.