Shavuot is a widely known Jewish holiday. According to the Holy Bible, Shavuot resembles the Festival of Weeks. This day is celebrated on the 6th day of Sivan month. Shavuot symbolizes the ancient wheat harvest festival and some people celebrate this day as the remembrance of the anniversary of the day when God gave Torah at Mount Sinai. To commemorate the event there are several traditions followed by people all around the world. They study Jewish text in depth, which is termed as Tikkun. On this holy day, people read the Book of Ruth as a tradition. Dairy foods such as cheesecake, cheese kreplach are traditionally consumed on this holiday. To mark the ancient grain festival, some people also decorate their living place with flowers.

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