|Lulav and Etrog
|Rooted in biblical and rabbinic traditions associated with the festival of Sukkot.
|Symbolizes the unity of Jewish people and nature, expressing gratitude for harvest.
|A bundle of four species - palm, willow, myrtle, and citron.
|Waved during Sukkot rituals, symbolizing unity and thanksgiving.
|Traditional practice with biblical and rabbinic origins.
|ntegral to Sukkot celebrations in Jewish communities.
|Represents the connection between nature and Jewish faith.
|Comprises different plant species with specific meanings.
|Elicits feelings of joy, gratitude, and unity during Sukkot.