This day is considered as the most colorful and joyful day of Jewish holidays. This day's story took place in the capital of the Persian Empire, Shushan, during the third year of King Ahashverosh's reign. The victory of the Jews over the persecution is honored by this feast which was mentioned in great detail in "Esther Meguila".
Purim 2020 started on the evening of Monday 9th Mar, 2020 (09/03/2020) and ended in the nightfall of Wednesday 11th Mar, 2020 (11/03/2020).
The next occurrence of Purim is marked in red
|When is ...?||starts on||ends on||Days away|
|Purim 2024||Sunday 24th Mar, 2024||Monday 25th Mar, 2024||starts in 1455 days|
|Purim 2023||Tuesday 7th Mar, 2023||Wednesday 8th Mar, 2023||starts in 1072 days|
|Purim 2022||Thursday 17th Mar, 2022||Friday 18th Mar, 2022||starts in 717 days|
|Purim 2021||Friday 26th Feb, 2021||Saturday 27th Feb, 2021||starts in 333 days|
|Purim 2020||Tuesday 10th Mar, 2020||Wednesday 11th Mar, 2020||ended 18 days ago|
|Purim 2019||Thursday 21st Mar, 2019||Friday 22nd Mar, 2019||ended 373 days ago|
|Purim 2018||Thursday 1st Mar, 2018||Friday 2nd Mar, 2018||ended 758 days ago|
|Purim 2017||Sunday 12th Mar, 2017||Monday 13th Mar, 2017||ended 1112 days ago|
|Purim 2016||Thursday 24th Mar, 2016||Friday 25th Mar, 2016||ended 1465 days ago|
|Purim 2015||Thursday 5th Mar, 2015||Friday 6th Mar, 2015||ended 1850 days ago|
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