We tend to follow the calendar when it comes to having the access of the holidays in the particular month or the year, as the Jewish Holidays February 2020 Calendar offers us the full schedule of holidays at a single place which may be falling in a particular month or the year. Gregorian is the modern calendar which is followed in the modern age across worldwide, but there is the other calendar which is followed on the other side.
Yes, we are talking about the Hebrew calendar which is different from the Gregorian calendar in many aspects. Hebrew calendar is followed by the Jewish population in the world primarily by Israel, and this calendar is based on the Lunar system, unlike the solar methodology.
Jewish people have their own culture of the festivals and other events which is based on the Hebrew calendar. This calendar consists of all the festivals and the holidays which may be falling in the particular Jewish year.
There is a difference between the months of the Gregorian calendar and in the Hebrew calendar’s month. In this article today we are basically going to talk about the holidays falling in the second month of the Hebrew calendar which is the Marcheshvan month in the civil Jewish year.
We would provide you with the printable calendar of the second “Marchesvan” month of the Jewish year, which is the second month of the Jewish civil year and takes place after the “Tishrei” month. This month is basically comprised of the 29 days of length.
This month can be considered as equivalent to the second February month of the Gregorian calendar as it is the second month of the Hebrew calendar just like February. In this article, we are going to consider the month of Marcheshvan as equivalent to the February month and would provide you with the holidays and the other festivals in this month.
Holidays in Marcheshvan
Well, as we have already discussed that to the Jewish people the Hebrew calendar is the center point from where they have access to all the holidays, festivals and other such events. There are although not much of the holidays or the festivals take place in this month.
Below we are listing some of the major holidays which take place in the month of “Marcheshvan”
This is the significant day in the culture of Israel which is dedicated to the nature of the country. This is the traditional practice of the county which is practiced for praying for the rain so that the county doesn’t face the severe drought.
Special prayers are conducted if the rain doesn’t hit the county by the 17th day of the month which is widely celebrated by the masses of the country’s civilians.
This is the other festival or the traditional practice which takes place this month. This festival is generally celebrated on the first day of the month and the Jewish people tend to have the fast on this day. Prayers are offered by the Jewish people on this day and it is believed that the festival overcomes the sins committed by the people.
So, these are the two major events which take place in this Marcheshvan month of the Hebrew which is the second month of the Jewish civil calendar. We have discussed this month as equivalent to the February month of the Gregorian calendar as both of these months are the second months of the year.
We urge you to use our printable calendar’s template for this month to cover all such important events. The template of the calendar is available in the different formats such as the Word, Excel, PDF etc. You can have the template of this calendar in your own desired format.