Jewish New Year Greeting – Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, the day the Hebrew schedule starts. In any case, that wasn’t generally the case. Truth be told, the old Hebrews presumably had no understanding of when the year began by any means. Nor did they give the months names: the Torah just specifying them – “the main month”, “the seventh month.”
These days we observe Rosh Hashanah on the principal day of the fall month of Tishrei. Be that as it may, in scriptural occasions, that period was unequivocally called “the seventh month”. Amid the First Temple time frame (eighth to mid-sixth century BCE), the year started in the spring, on the main day of Nisan.