Passover is a Jewish holiday that is celebrated in the Jewish month of Nisan – that’s usually in April.
The holiday is celebrated in memory of the Exodus, which symbolizes the beginning of the Jewish nation.
During this time, there’s usually a three week holiday, in which most people travel, go on vacations, or just take some time off.
During this holiday there’s one night called the Seder night, and it is a night when Jewish people gather with their families, have dinner together and read the Passover Hagada – a book that has prayers and tells the story of the Exodus.
Passover has a few traditional dishes, like Gefilte fish, Maror, etc.
In the Bible, Passover is one of the only holidays that are directly ordered to be celebrated.
For me and my family Passover is just a time to calm down, stop and relax before the end of the year. I like celebrating Passover a lot and it’s definitely one of my favorite holidays.
Learn about Passover (video from WatchMojo on youtube.com)