When Is Passover 2024? – Date, History, Tradition, Celebrations

Passover 2024 –¬†Passover is a very important festival of Jews that commemorates their liberation from slavery in ancient Egypt. This festival is mainly celebrated in Israel. All Jews worldwide celebrate it with great enthusiasm and grandeur. Passover is called “Pesach” in Hebrew which means ‘to pass over’ or ‘to pass through’. Passover is a time for the family feasts.

The date of Passover varies from year to year. Preparations for the festival begin with the removal of chametz, that is, bread and other cooked foods. Unleavened bread is consumed on this day and people also keep a fast.

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When Is Passover 2024? – Date, History, Tradition, Celebrations

The Passover festival begins on the 15th day of the Hebrew month Nissan. Which corresponds to March or April of the Gregorian calendar. Passover is a holiday of seven to eight days, in which the first two and the last two days are considered a complete holiday. This year the Passover festival will begin on 22 April 2024 and will end on 30 April 2024.

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Passover is a very important Jewish festival. This festival describes the freedom of Jews from the brutal slavery of Egypt. The Pesach story is mentioned in the “Haggadah” or “Book of Exodus”. About 3000 years ago, Jews were living like slaves in Egypt.

The Israelis were persecuted by the ruler of Egypt. God sent Hazrat Musa with a message about the freedom of the Jews to free the Jews from the brutal slavery of Egypt. However, the ruler of Egypt did not liberate the Jews and ignored Hazrat Musa’s petition. Sending warm Passover wishes to you and your loved ones, may this holiday season be filled with blessings, happiness, and the love that binds us together.

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Passover History

Hazrat Musa warned the ruler of Egypt of God’s wrath. When the Jews were not liberated by the ruler of Egypt, God enraged and sent ten plagues on Egypt, which also destroyed Egypt’s crops and animals. Traumatized by this, he ordered the Israelis to be freed immediately.

The Jews came out of Egypt so quickly that they did not take anything with them and they ate unleavened bread made of water and flour. On this day, everyone along with their family eats traditional food which is called “Sedar“. “Sedar” is a very important part of this festival.

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Passover Traditional & Customs

The customs and traditions of Passover have great religious significance. The Passover festival begins on the fifteenth day of Nisan. The first two days of Passover are a feast. This feast is considered to be a very important part of the Passover festival called the Sedar.

All unwanted elements and decorative items are removed or covered before the feast. In this feast, the Jewish people tell their children the story of the freedom of the Jews from the brutal slavery of Egypt. Drinking four cups of wine is also an essential part of the tradition.

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Passover Celebrations 2024

Passover celebrates the Biblical story of Exodus (a mass departure of people) where God saved the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. In the book of Exodus in the Old Testament, the celebration of Passover is prescribed.

Passover is celebrated for seven or eight days. It includes various rituals including story reading from Haggadah, springtime themes, Jewish history remembrance, family gatherings, a Jewish homeland, freedom from slavery, and social justice.

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As we conclude our journey through Passover 2024, let’s think about the deep history, customs, and festivities that make this holiday so special. From sharing the story of Exodus to coming together for the Seder meal, Passover is a meaningful time for us.

Let’s appreciate the time spent with family, express gratitude, and contemplate, carrying the themes of freedom and rejuvenation into our everyday lives. Passover teaches us about faith, strength, and the importance of community bonds.

Updated: February 24, 2024 — 3:41 pm

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