Major festivals according to Torah

Rosh Hashana (New Year)
1-2 Tishri
'Slichot' prayer service during the Days of Repentance preceding Yom Kippur
‘Slichot’ prayer service during the Days of Repentance preceding Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)

10 Tishri
Sukkot (Tabernacles): Full Holiday
Diaspora: 15-16 Tishri
Israel: 15 Tishri
Sukkot: Chol Hamoed (Semi-Holidays)
Diaspora: 17-21 Tishri
Israel: 16-21 Tishri
Sh’mini Atzeret (Pertemuan Raya Hari Kedelapan)
22 Tishri
Simchat Tora (Perayaan Taurat)
Diaspora: 23 Tishri
Israel: digabungkan dengan Sh’mini Atzeret (22 Tishri)
Pesach (Passover): Full Holiday
Diaspora: 15-16 Nisan
Israel: 15 Nisan
Pesach: Chol Hamoed (Semi-Holidays)
Diaspora: 17-20 Nisan
Israel: 16-20 Nisan
Pesach (Passover): Full Holiday
Diaspora: 15-16 Nisan
Israel: 15 Nisan
Pesach: Chol Hamoed (Semi-Holidays)
Diaspora: 17-20 Nisan
Israel: 16-20 Nisan
Pesach: Final Holiday
Diaspora: 21-22 Nisan
Israel: 21 Nisan
Shavuot (Festival of Weeks)
Diaspora: 6-7 Sivan
Israel: 6 Sivan
Knowledge of the festivals is important to understand why Christmas falls on 25th days of December Julian Calendar and why it does not fall in July-November.

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