Wednesday, 26 February 2020
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Hebrew holidays calendar & Gregorian calendar converter.

The Hebrew calendar differs from the Gregorian one. The Hebrew calendar has 12 months plus a thirteenth one that is added to the year every few years. This extra month is known as 'Adar Bet' (the second month of Adar). This is to compensate for the fact the Hebrew calendar is strictly a lunar calendar.  The Gergorian calendar has 365 days and 366 days during a leap year - every four years.  In the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 11th, 14th, 17th and 19th year of every Hebrew calendar (a 19-year cycle) another month Adar is added.

hebrew holiday gregorian calendar converter

Hebrew holidays & Gregorian calendar converter

 

Jewish MonthApproximate Secular DateThis Month’s Special Dates
Nisan March–April Passover
Iyar April–May Lag B’Omer
Sivan May–June Shavuot
Tammuz June–July
Av July–August Tisha B’Av
Elul August–September
Tishrei September–October Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah
Marcheshvan (also known as Cheshvan) October–November
Kislev November–December Chanukah
Tevet December–January Conclusion of Chanukah
Shevat January–February Tu B’Shevat
Adar February–March Purim

 

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