Hebrew Calendar 2015

Hebrew CalendarFree Printable Hebrew Calendar 5775

This is a free Hebrew calendar for year  2015  – 5775. It has the Hebrew dates (in English) and Jewish holidays. Add your own photos and important dates to personalize the calendar!

You can either print the Calendar and then add the photos or click on “customize” to use our calendar maker to add the photos before you print.  You can also add important dates such as birthdays and anniversaries before printing.

Hebrew Photo Calendar

January 2015
February 2015

tevet calendar
Hebrew Calendar 2015

Tever – Sh’vat
Sh’vat – Adar

adar
Nissan Calendar

Adar – Nisan
Nisan – Iyyar

March 2015
April 2015

iyar
sivan calendar

Iyyar – Sivan
Sivan – Tamuz

May 2015
June 2015

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Hebrew Jewish calendar

Tamuz – Av
Av – Elul

July 2015
August 2015

elul
Hebrew calendar 2015

Elul – Tishrei
Tishrei Cheshvan

September 2015
October 2015

The Days of the Week according to the Hebrew Calendar

Each day starts from sunset and continues until sunset the next day. For that reason, Jewish people start celebrating a Jewish holiday the evening before. For example, the festive meal for Rosh Hashana will take place the night before Rosh Hashana.

The Hebrew calendar has seven days in each week. The name for each day of the week is simply the day number within the week. For example, Sunday is the first day of the week and is therefore called the “first day”.

The days of the week are as follows:

1st day – Sunday – יום ראשון (Yom Rishon)

2nd day – Monday – יום שני (Yom Sheni)

3rd day – Tuesday –  יום שלישי (Yom Shlishi)

4th day – Wednesday – יום רביעי (Yom Re’vi’i)

5th day – Thursday – יום חמישי (Yom Hamishi)

6th day – Friday – יום שישי (Yom Shishi)

7th day – Saturday – יום שבת (Yom Shabbat) – the day of rest/the Sabbath day

The Months of the Year

Hebrew Name of the Month
Transliteration
Number of Days in the Month
Jewish Holidays

ניסן
Nissan
30
Passover

אייר
Iyar
29
Lag Ba-omer

סיון
Sivan
30
Shavuot

תמוז
Tammuz
29
17th of Tammuz

אב
Av
30
Tisha B’ AvTu B’Av

אלול
Elul
29

תשרי
Tishrei
30
Rosh Hashanah
Yom Kippur

Succot

Simchat Torah

מרחשוון
Marcheshvan / Heshvan
29 or 30

כסלו
Kislev
29 or 30
Hannukah

טבת
Tevet
29

שבט
Shevat
30
Tubishvat

אדר א
Adar 1
30

אדר ב
Adar 2
29
Purim

What is the Hebrew Calendar used for?

  • The primary purpose is to determine the dates of the Jewish holidays since they are determined according to the Hebrew calendar.
  • It is also used to determine the yahrtzeit date (which is the day to commemorate the death of a relative).
  • To determine the daily psalm reading.

Comments

  1. Shmuel shimshoni says:

    The calendar for the year 5774 should show TWO months Adar.
    Before I print the calendar I’d like to see the correct version.
    Thank you
    Shmuel

  2. Each time I try to “choose a calendar” I get an error message:
    “A Javascript error occurred!
    TypeError: card is undefined
    at line 60″

    Can you help?

    Thank you.

  3. Yosi, thanks for letting me know that there was a problem. It has been fixed and you should be able to create a photo calendar now.

  4. This has been corrected.

  5. Peggy Tepper says:

    I want a monthly Jewish calendar on which I can write in the daily boxes with no picture at top, just the name of the month. Is there a template for this? Thank you

  6. Will this be available any time soon for 5775?? Thanks!

  7. Simcha, hopefully 5775 will be ready within the next 2 weeks.

  8. The 5775 calendar is ready and has been uploaded to the site!

  9. Do you have the 2014/15 Jewish calendar at a glance… all months, not month by month? Todah!

  10. Where is the calendar maker? I would like to fill in some things on specific days before printing – is that doable?

    Thanks for the service!

  11. I want to download certain calendar pages and use them on a large teaching sheet. How can I do this? I cant’ seem to work out how? thanks

  12. Click on the calendar that you want to open. Once it opens right click if with your mouse and save it somewhere on your PC.

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