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Gregorian date to Hebrew converter

Want to find out the current year in the Hebrew calendar? Use our Gregorian-to-Hebrew date converters and learn how dates translate from the Gregorian calendar to the Hebrew calendar. The Jews use the Hebrew calendar, which is a lunisolar calendar, to determine the dates of Jewish holidays and rituals and the weekly public reading of the Torah.

The Gregorian calendar, which is widely used all over the world, is a solar calendar and does not take the lunar phases into account. However, the Hebrew calendar considers the phases of the moon and incorporates leap years, where an additional month is added to stay synchronized with the solar year.

To convert Gregorian to Hebrew, input any Gregorian date and the hours and minutes if needed, and hit 'Calculate.' The converter will show the corresponding Hebrew date, month, and year, as well as indicate whether it is a leap year. You will also find the month name written in Hebrew for reference.

In addition, CalendarLabs allows you to convert Hebrew dates to Gregorian. Just enter the Hebrew day, month, and year, and the tool will generate its Gregorian equivalent. You will discover that online date converters like ours are the simplest and easiest tools that you can use to make conversions between Gregorian and Hebrew dates.

Understanding Hebrew dates will also allow you to stay informed about major Jewish holidays like Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Hanukkah, Purim, and more. And in case you didn’t know, Hebrew dates or Tamar are written right to left with the day of the month, followed by the month name and then the Hebrew year. The Hebrew calendar begins with the month of Nisan, which occurs 6 or 7 months after the start of the calendar year. A Hebrew year has 355, 354, or 353 days, with lunar months alternating between 29 and 30 days. Depending on the year, the Hebrew calendar has 12 or 13 months.

Bookmark this page for quick and easy access whenever you need to convert between Gregorian and Hebrew dates. Our website also offers conversion tools for Julian and Gregorian dates, as well as customizable and printable calendar templates. These calendars display the Julian, Gregorian, and Hebrew months in order and provide all the necessary holiday information. Visit our respective pages and download your preferred templates for free.