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Jewish Holidays

Calendar of Jewish Holidays

There are many minor and major Jewish Holiday for the year . Each Jewish holiday has its own special observances, tradition, customs, and special Torah reading. On this website, you will get a brief overview of the Jewish Holiday.

Jewish Holiday

All the Jewish Holidays actually begin at the sundown before the evening on the dates mentioned below in the table. For instance, if the Jewish Holiday is Rosh Hashana, the data is Sep 30 to Oct 1 then the holiday starts at sundown of Sep 29 and ends at the nightfall of Oct 1.

Here comes the list of Jewish Holiday’s

List wish Holiday

Jan 27, Tu Bishvat
Feb 26, Purim
Feb 26, Shushan Purim
Mar 27, Passover – First Day
Mar 29, Passover – Second Day
Apr 04, Passover – Final Day
Apr 07, Yom Hashoah
Apr 13, Yom HaZikaron
Apr 14, Yom HaAtzma’ut
Apr 29, Lag BaOmer
May 09, Yom Yerushalayim
May 16, Shavuot (1st day)
May 18, Shavuot
Jul 17, Tish’a B’Av
Sep 06, Rosh HaShana Starts
Sep 08, Rosh HaShana Ends
Sep 09, Fast of Gedaliah
Sep 15, Yom Kippur
Sep 20, Sukkot Starts
Sep 27, Sukkot Ends
Sep 27, Shmini Atzeret
Sep 28, Simchat Torah
Nov 28, Hanukkah Starts
Dec 06, Hanukkah Ends

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