When Is First day of Passover

First day of Passover starts on the 15th day of Nisan, the first month in the ecclesiastical year of the Hebrew calendar and remains up to seven or eight days. First day of Passover normally falls in the month of April of the Gregorian calendar.

Throughout Passover Jewish people memorialize the discharge from slavery and the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, as stated in the Haggadah (or Haggada).

What do People do on the First Day of Passover

Throughout Passover, Jews are prohibited from eating, drink or own chametz or chometz. They have to clean all the rooms very well. Anything which is not cleaned will be destroyed before Passover.

Jewish Observances