Passover 2020 History and Importance

Passover is the celebration of spring,  birth, and rebirth, of a journey from the phase of slavery to freedom. Here along with twitter updates, all the important aspects are specified. Read here about the history of Passover celebration
 

by Kavitha

Updated: Apr 09, 2020 11:47 IST

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Passover 2020: Celebration

Passover is the celebration of spring,  birth, and rebirth, of a journey from the phase of slavery to freedom and of taking responsibility for yourself, the community, and the world. Torah states that Jews will observe Passover for seven days, beginning on the 15th of the Jewish month Nisan (usually in April).

Celebration of Passover

The first night always includes a special seder (ritual dinner). Plus, traditional Jews outside of Israel don’t work on either the first two or the last two days of the seven-day period. Outside of Israel, Jews celebrate a second seder on the second night of Passover.

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History

Passover honors the renewal of the sun (it’s always on the first full moon after the Vernal Equinox), or a time to step firmly into springtime. You can also think of Passover as celebrating the Jewish people’s “birth certificate” and Declaration of Independence. The Jewish people as individuals and as a people move forward. Everything a person does during Passover aids in this process. Jewish people have four Hebrew names for Passover, each pointing to a particular aspect of the holiday. Some of the popular twitter tags trending in #passover 2020

 

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