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''For laws relating to Jewish holidays, see [[Yom Tov]]''
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    <td><span class="style5">'''Rosh Hashana'''</span></td>
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'''Jewish holidays''', (Hebrew: Yamim Tovim, ימים טובים‎, singular Yom Tov, יום טוב) occur throughout the year. The Halachik status of holidays vary, depending on the origin of the festival.
    <td><span class="style5">'''Yom Kippur'''</span></td>
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    <td><span class="style5">'''Sukkot'''</span></td>
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==List of Jewish Holidays==
    <td><span class="style5">'''Chanukah'''</span></td>
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    <td><span class="style5">'''Purim'''</span></td>
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*[[Chodesh Elul]], the month of repentance heralding the new year, during which the shofar is blown daily and [[Selichot]] are recited
    <td><span class="style5">'''Pesach'''</span></td>
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*[[Rosh Hashana]], the Jewish new year, on which the Shofar is blown in coronation of Hashem over the world.
    <td><span class="style5">'''Shavout'''</span></td>
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*[[Aseret Yimei Teshuva]], the ten days of repentance between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur
    <td><span class="style5">'''Fast Days'''</span></td>
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*[[Yom Kippur]], the day of atonement, when the judgement for the year is sealed.
    <td><span class="style5">'''Rosh Chodesh'''</span></td>
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*[[Sukkot]], the Feast of Tabernacles, during which Jews sit in a Sukkah and shake the Arba Minim (Lulav, Etrog, Hadasim, and Aravot)
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*[[Shemini Aseret]], the one day holiday that concludes the Tishrei series of Yamim Tovim
 
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*[[Simchat Torah]], the day celebrating the concluding of the Torah
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*[[Chanukah]], the eight day festival of lights
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*[[Tu BiShevat]], the new year for the trees
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*[[Purim]], commemorating the hidden miracles that saved the Jewish people from Haman's plot to annihilate the nation.
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*[[Purim Katan]], the 14th of Adar I of a leap year
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*[[Pesach]], celebrating the exodus from Egypt with the seder, Matzah, Maror, and no Chametz
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*[[Sefirat HaOmer]], the counting of the Omer from Pesach to Shavuot
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*[[Yom HaAtzmaut]], Israeli Independence Day
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*[[Lag BaOmer]], the 33rd day of the Omer, on which Rabbi Akiva's students stopped dying in a plague.
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*[[Shavuot]], celebrating the receiving of the Torah with all night Torah study and dairy foods
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*[[Yom Tov]], holidays on which non-food related Melacha is prohibited
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*[[Chol HaMoed]], intermediate days between the the
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*[[Rosh Chodesh]], the beginning of the new month
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*[[Three Weeks]], the three weeks of mourning over the destruction of the Beit HaMikdash, beginning with [[Shiva Asar BeTamuz]] and ending with [[Tisha BeAv]]
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*[[Nine Days]], the nine days of the month of Av, from Rosh Chodesh to Tisha BeAv, during which the mourning practices become more intense.
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*[[Fast Days]]
    <td>[[Candle Lighting]]</td>
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*[[Tisha BeAv]], the day of compounded tragedy for the Jewish Nation
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*[[Tu BeAv]] (Tu B'Av),  the day of much celebration for the Jewish Nation
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===Jewish holidays by month===
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!Month!!Jewish holidays and related events
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!<div align="left">'''Tishrei'''
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|[[Rosh Hashana]] - [[Aseret Yimei Teshuva]] - [[Yom Kippur]] - [[Sukkot]] - [[Chol HaMoed|Chol HaMoed Sukkot]] - [[Shemini Aseret]] - [[Simchat Torah]]
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!<div align="left">'''Kislev'''
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|[[Chanukah]]
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!<div align="left">'''Teves'''
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|[[Fast Days#Asara B'Tevet|Asara B'Tevet]]
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!<div align="left">'''Shevat'''
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|[[Tu BiShevat]]
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!<div align="left">'''Adar'''
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|[[Tanit Ester]] - [[Purim]] - [[Purim Katan]]
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!<div align="left">'''Nissan'''
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|[[Tanit Bechorot]] - [[Pesach]] - [[Chol HaMoed|Chol HaMoed Pesach]] - [[Sefirat HaOmer]]
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!<div align="left">'''Iyar'''
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|[[Yom HaAtzmaut]] - [[Pesach Sheni]] - [[Lag BaOmer]]
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!<div align="left">'''Sivan'''
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|[[Shavuot]]
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!<div align="left">'''Tammuz'''
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|[[Fast Days#Shiva Asar BeTamuz|Shiva Asar BeTamuz]] - [[Three Weeks]]
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!<div align="left">'''Menachem Av'''
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|[[Nine Days]] - [[Tisha BeAv]] - [[Tu BeAv]]
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!<div align="left">'''Elul'''
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|[[Chodesh Elul]]
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!<div align="left">'''Misc.'''
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|[[Yom Tov]] - [[Second Day of Yom Tov|Yom Tov Sheni]] - [[Rosh Chodesh]] - [[Issru Chag]]
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==See also==
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*[[Shabbat]]
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Latest revision as of 14:21, 24 September 2020

For laws relating to Jewish holidays, see Yom Tov

Jewish holidays, (Hebrew: Yamim Tovim, ימים טובים‎, singular Yom Tov, יום טוב) occur throughout the year. The Halachik status of holidays vary, depending on the origin of the festival.

List of Jewish Holidays

  • Chodesh Elul, the month of repentance heralding the new year, during which the shofar is blown daily and Selichot are recited
  • Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, on which the Shofar is blown in coronation of Hashem over the world.
  • Aseret Yimei Teshuva, the ten days of repentance between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur
  • Yom Kippur, the day of atonement, when the judgement for the year is sealed.
  • Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, during which Jews sit in a Sukkah and shake the Arba Minim (Lulav, Etrog, Hadasim, and Aravot)
  • Shemini Aseret, the one day holiday that concludes the Tishrei series of Yamim Tovim
  • Simchat Torah, the day celebrating the concluding of the Torah
  • Chanukah, the eight day festival of lights
  • Tu BiShevat, the new year for the trees
  • Purim, commemorating the hidden miracles that saved the Jewish people from Haman's plot to annihilate the nation.
  • Purim Katan, the 14th of Adar I of a leap year
  • Pesach, celebrating the exodus from Egypt with the seder, Matzah, Maror, and no Chametz
  • Sefirat HaOmer, the counting of the Omer from Pesach to Shavuot
  • Yom HaAtzmaut, Israeli Independence Day
  • Lag BaOmer, the 33rd day of the Omer, on which Rabbi Akiva's students stopped dying in a plague.
  • Shavuot, celebrating the receiving of the Torah with all night Torah study and dairy foods
  • Yom Tov, holidays on which non-food related Melacha is prohibited
  • Chol HaMoed, intermediate days between the the
  • Rosh Chodesh, the beginning of the new month
  • Three Weeks, the three weeks of mourning over the destruction of the Beit HaMikdash, beginning with Shiva Asar BeTamuz and ending with Tisha BeAv
  • Nine Days, the nine days of the month of Av, from Rosh Chodesh to Tisha BeAv, during which the mourning practices become more intense.
  • Fast Days
  • Tisha BeAv, the day of compounded tragedy for the Jewish Nation
  • Tu BeAv (Tu B'Av), the day of much celebration for the Jewish Nation

Jewish holidays by month

Month Jewish holidays and related events
Tishrei
Rosh Hashana - Aseret Yimei Teshuva - Yom Kippur - Sukkot - Chol HaMoed Sukkot - Shemini Aseret - Simchat Torah
Kislev
Chanukah
Teves
Asara B'Tevet
Shevat
Tu BiShevat
Adar
Tanit Ester - Purim - Purim Katan
Nissan
Tanit Bechorot - Pesach - Chol HaMoed Pesach - Sefirat HaOmer
Iyar
Yom HaAtzmaut - Pesach Sheni - Lag BaOmer
Sivan
Shavuot
Tammuz
Shiva Asar BeTamuz - Three Weeks
Menachem Av
Nine Days - Tisha BeAv - Tu BeAv
Elul
Chodesh Elul
Misc.
Yom Tov - Yom Tov Sheni - Rosh Chodesh - Issru Chag

See also