Israel Holidays 2020: Israel being the sovereign nation is comprised of some significant holidays and since the Judaism is the core religion of the country therefore the country holds the separate Israel holidays calendar in itself which is applicable across the country.
If you are someone who belongs to the Israel and are looking forward to have the holiday calendar of the country then you are at the correct section of article.
Here in this article we are going to offer you the printable holiday calendar 2020 for the Israel holidays, by using which you can easily get to know about all the holidays and other important days of the country.
2020 Israel Calendar with Holidays
As, we know that the major religion of Israel is the Judaism and due to that the people of the country have their specific holiday calendar which is different than the usual Gregorian calendar.
Hebrew or the Jewish calendar is the one which is followed in the Israel since this calendar is comprised of only Jewish holidays and the important days, while it misses out the festivals which are comprised in the Gregorian calendar.
As, we know that Israel is an unique land in itself with the different culture than what we have in rest of the world. The culture of Israel is very vintage and the country is comprised of the plenty of the festivals and the other historical events of the country which are very significant for any resident of the country.
Here below you can check out the Israel holidays 2020 calendar with all the major holidays of the country and for your convenience and easy reference you can print this calendar very easily.
|Name of Festival/Events||Date of Festival/Events|
|Rosh Chodesh Sh’vat||January 27|
|Tu Bishvat||February 10|
|Rosh Chodesh Adar||February 26|
|Erev Purim||March 9|
|Shusan Purim||March 11|
|Rosh Chodesh Nisan||March 26|
|Erev Pesach||April 8|
|Pesach 1||April 9|
|Pesach II||April 10|
|Pesach III||April 11|
|Pesach IV||April 12|
|Pesach V||April 13|
|Pesach VI||April 14|
|Pesach VII||April 15|
|Pesach VIII||April 16|
|Yom Hasoah||April 21|
|Rosh Chodesh Iyyar||April 25|
|Yom Hazikaron||April 28|
|Yom Haatzma’ut||April 29|
|Pesach Sheni||May 8|
|Lag Baomer||May 12|
|Yom Yerushalayim||May 22|
|Rosh Chodesh Sivan||May 24|
|Erev Shavuot I||May 29|
|Shavuot II||May 30|
|Rosh Chodesh Tamuz||June 23|
|Rosh Chodesh Av||July 22|
|Ereve Tisha’a B’av||July 29|
|Tisha’a B”Av||July 30|
|Tu B’Av||August 5|
|Rosh Chodesh Elul||August 21|
|Leil Selichot||September 12|
|Erev Rosh Hashana||September 18|
|Rosh Hashana 5781||September 19|
|Rosh Hashana II||September 20|
|Erev Yom Kippur||September 27|
|Yom Kippur||September 28|
|Erev Sukkot||October 2|
|Sukkot I||October 3|
|Sukkot II||October 4|
|Sukkot III||October 5|
|Sukkot IV||October 6|
|Sukkot V||October 7|
|Sukkot VI||October 8|
|Sukkot VII||October 9|
|Shmini Atzeret||October 10|
|Simchat Torah||October 11|
|Rosch Chodesh Chesvan||October 19|
|Yom Haaliyah||October 25|
|Rosh Chodesh Kislev||November 17|
|Chanukah I||December 10|
|Chanukah II||December 11|
|Chanukah III||December 12|
|Chanukah IV||December 13|
|Chanukah V||December 14|
|Chanukah VI||December 15|
|Chanukah VII||December 16|
|Chanukah VIII||December 17|
|Chanukah Day 8th||December 18|
Significance of Jewish Calendar 2020
Well, the significance of the Jewish calendar is similarly significant just like the relevance of Gregorian calendar for the rest of the world. The hebrew or the Jewish calendar is mainly used for the remebrance of the religious events or the public holidays of the country.
For instance the calendar shows up the schedule of the day when the public reading of torah portions are recited, which takes place almost every month of the year.
Here is why the printable Jewish Calendar 2020 is significant for the people of the country.
- Being the printable calendar you can easily get it from the internet without putting extra efforts of yours into it.
- The calendar can be used as the reminder to remind you about the monthly torah portions readings of Jewish culture and other such events.
- You can customise the calendar in accordance to your requirement to suit your relative requirements.
- The calendar is easily portable which means you can carry this calendar with you anywhere you move to keep the Jewish holiday schedule in check.
- You can share this Jewish printable calendar with your relatives,friends and family and remind them about a particular festival or the event of country.
In the similar manner you can use the Jewish calendar for the accomplishment of such other purposes which prove the significance of this calendar.
We have provided this calendar to our users in the several formats such as PDF,Word,Excel etc so that they can get it in the desired format and use it their personal and the professional usage