Passover also know as Pesach, is a major Jewish festival that celebrates the springtime. It starts at dusk on the same day of the Hebrew calendar every year, which is the evening of 14th of Nisan, and ends after dark on the 21st of Nisan in Israel or the 22nd of Nisan outside Israel. The dates of Pesach on the secular calendar usually happens in April and occasionally in late March.
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Passover is a Jewish holiday that celebrates the freedom and redemption of the Jewish people from slavery. The Seder is a special and joyful meal that symbolizes this celebration. It is held on the first two nights of Passover and only the first night in Israel.
Passover is a holiday that has the same timing everywhere, but different ways of celebrating it. In Israel, people have one Seder on the first night and rest on the first and last days of Passover. They can work on the other five days, which are called “chol hamoed”. In other places, like the Diaspora, people have two Seders on the first two nights and rest on the first two and last two days of Passover. They can work on the four days in between, which are also “chol hamoed”. This makes Passover eight days long outside of Israel. Knowing when Passover is in the future can help you get ready for this important holiday and plan the dates for your perfect Passover Program.
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