Friday, 18 November 2016

When Does Passover 2017 End?

Hi all, first of all wish you have a very happy passover 2017 and a great year ahead! Passover is one of those auspicious occasions of all Jewish festivals and nothing is different with 2017 on its way.
2017 is soon to come, are you ready for the lined up jewish festivals 2017. I am just too excited and that is why I have this complete website dedicated to my favourite jewish festival Passover 2017

When does Passover 2017 End?

Well, you must be thinking if I am so excited then why a post on when does passover 2017 end? Let me tell you one incident that happened with me last year, I planned a holiday trip for Passover 2017 without knowing the exact end dates of Passover 2016. Due to which I got into big trouble, I missed out on a family get together that was arranged just after this jewish festival 2016. If you haven't already planned for 2017, here's a guide to help you plan for Pesach 2017 programs

pesach 2017 - when does passover 2017 end?

As I already mentioned about the problems I faced because of missing out on Pesach 2016 dates, I don't want you to repeat the same mistake this Pesach. Check all the dates, do check all the Sundays and holidays coming along with Passover 2017, so that you can plan better and book your vacations in advance. 

In 2017, this jewish festival starts on 10th of April and ends on April 18. So you have a week long time to plan accordingly and another advice I would like to give you is make plans in such a way that you have a day or two in hand after you return back home, as it allows you to loosen up and relax. This way you won't have to rush to work the same morning you return from your trip or you would get tired. The rush for work will just spoil all the fun the you had on the trip. 

As I said, I am a big fan of jewish holidays and have been celebrating them different ways and thus experienced a lot of things. I'll be doing the same for jewish holidays 2017.

Hope you like the post, I'll come up with more Pesach 2017 updates!


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