10 Best Purim Gifts for 2024
Purim is one of the most popular holidays in the Jewish calendar. With the awe-inspiring story of Queen Esther's heroism, creative costumes, festive feasts, and giving of gifts, there's so much to plan and prepare for this one-day extravaganza. With so much going on and so many people to take care of, buying gifts for the holiday can be super stressful. But fear not! Here at JudaicaWebStore, we have put together this luscious list of the 10 Best Purim Gifts for 2024!
And for more information about Purim and what gifts to buy, head to our 2024 Purim Buying Guide.
At the heart of Purim lies the story of Queen Esther and how she saved the Jews from the evil schemes of Haman. Megillat Esther, the Book of Esther, is read publicly twice during the holiday. Since it is important to hear all of the words as they are read, many people take their own copy of the megillah with them to the synagogue so that they can follow along as it's chanted aloud. This superb paper scroll contains the complete text of the Book of Esther, illustrated with colorful designs, along with the blessings associated with its reading. An easy-to-carry plastic cylinder will keep this scroll safe, secure, and convenient.
If you're looking for all your megillot in one place, then this hardcover Koren Five Megillot is the one for you. In addition to the Book of Esther which is read on Purim, this fabulous book by the renowned Koren publishing house also contains the Song of Songs, the Book of Ruth, Lamentations, and Ecclesiastes. With a stunningly decorative hardback cover, an easy-to-follow layout with side-by-side Hebrew-English translation, an insightful introduction by the esteemed Rabbi Steinsaltz, and more than 30 beautiful illustrations, this is the essential accompaniment to all the Jewish festivals!
For someone who prefers their Book of Esther in booklet form, this captivating, illustrated version is a must-have this Purim! The cover and interior of this beautiful booklet are decorated with a range of floral patterns, such as pomegranates and grapevines, that are evocative of the Land of Israel's natural beauty. The bilingual booklet is split into two sections - one section with the Book of Esther in Hebrew and the other in English. Superbly illustrated and easy to use, the lucky recipient of this Megillat Esther will cherish it for years to come!
One of Purim's most iconic traditions is drowning out the name of the wicked Haman with a grogger; every time Haman's name is mentioned, everyone waves their grogger and stamps their feet to make as much noise as possible! There are many groggers around, but we love this vibrantly colorful grogger. Made of wood, this it's beautifully painted with a delightful depiction of Jerusalem and the words "Mishenikhnas Adar Marbim B'Simcha" ("When the Month of Adar Arrives, We Increase Our Joy") in Hebrew. The perfect way to get into the Purim cheer!
For a fun and playful noisemaker that's great for kids, check out this cheerful grogger. Made of wood, it has a bold blue handle and is decorated with an impish image of a clown and the words "Happy Purim!" in Hebrew. A colorful and festive way to drown out the name of Haman, this grogger makes a great Purim gift for your little ones!
The most loved Purim tradition is perhaps the giving and receiving of festive food baskets (known in Hebrew as Mishloach Manot). This delectable Deluxe Kosher Purim Gift Set contains a scrumptious selection of Israel's favorite gift basket suppliers, Yoffi. Complete with a set of uniquely Israeli honeys and tahini, soices, olive oil, chocolates, pomegranate wine and Ornat nuts, not to mention a magnet and honey wand. This will take your Mishloach Manot to the next level.
If waving a grogger isn't your thing, then stand out from the crowd with this colorful Jerusalem tambourine! Made by famous Israeli artist Yair Emanuel, it's beautifully hand painted with vibrantly colorful natural imagery, encircled in a solid wooden frame. This terrific tambourine is a unique, fun, and musical way to drown out the name of Haman this Purim - and a beautiful gift for your child or grandchild.
Oy Gevalt, is originally from Yiddish but has now permeated all areas of the Jewish world. An expression of frustration or shock, when the craziness of Purim comes rolls around you'll be finding yourself saying "oy gevalt" at all the fun costumes, plays, and more. Get this shirt in any number of colors, all with the same fun, design.
For a mishloach manot with something for everyone, this splendid gift box is the one to have. The delightful gift box is made by Yoffi, a family business that produces premium gift boxes full of Israeli delicacies, and contains a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cherry Tomato Jam, Peanut Tahini, Coffee El Naha, Chocolate Fingers, Purim Mask, and Grogger. No matter what your taste, you'll find it right here this Purim!
If you're searching for a Purim gift for someone with refined tastes, check out this sensational gift box by Lin's Farm. This beautiful decorative box contains a delicious bottle of Jerusalem Wineries Cabernet Sauvignon, hearty Lin's Farm Extra Virgin Olive Oil, and sweet Lin's Farm Pure Honey. The perfect accompaniment to the festive Purim meal, this magnificent mishloach manot is the ideal gift for a special someone who loves the tantalizing flavors of the Land of Israel!