of the Jewish calendar
after Adar; Passover month; Seder month; Jewish month; Seventh
once a year
Yeshiva prepares for 11 Nisan
(or Nissan) is
the first month of the ecclesiastical year and the seventh month
(eighth, in leap year) of the civil year on the Hebrew calendar.
The name of the month is Babylonian; in the Torah it is called
the month of the Aviv, referring to a stage in the ripening of
barley which occurs during the month. It is a spring month of 30
days. Nisan usually falls in March–April on the Gregorian
calendar. In the Book of Esther in the Tanakh it is referred to
and observances in Nisan
Nisan - Fast of the Firstborn - on 12 Nisan when the 14th falls
Nisan - Passover - also the 22 Nisan outside of Israel.
Nisan - Yom HaShoah - on 26 Nisan or 28 Nisan when the 27th falls
on Friday or Sunday respectively, interfering with Shabbat.
at half mast at sundown on Yom HaShoah
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