In Hebrew language, Simchat Torah means “rejoicing of the Torah”. In the Jewish calendar, it is considered one of the happiest days. It puts an end to the annual reading cycle of the Torah. The first section of the Book of Genesis and the last section of Deuteronomy are read throughout in succession after a parade of the festival of the Torah scrolls. Singing and dancing also follows the festival parade.
Simchat Torah 2022 will begin in the evening of Sunday 16th Oct, 2022 (16/10/2022) and ends in the nightfall of Monday 17th Oct, 2022 (17/10/2022).
The next occurrence of Simchat Torah is marked in red
|When is ...?||Weekday||Date||Days away|
|Simchat Torah 2024||Thursday||Oct 24th||in 1983 days|
|Simchat Torah 2023||Saturday||Oct 7th||in 1600 days|
|Simchat Torah 2022||Monday||Oct 17th||in 1245 days|
|Simchat Torah 2021||Tuesday||Sep 28th||in 861 days|
|Simchat Torah 2020||Sunday||Oct 11th||in 509 days|
|Simchat Torah 2019||Tuesday||Oct 22nd||in 154 days|
|Simchat Torah 2018||Tuesday||Oct 2nd||230 days ago|
|Simchat Torah 2017||Friday||Oct 13th||584 days ago|
|Simchat Torah 2016||Tuesday||Oct 25th||937 days ago|
|Simchat Torah 2015||Tuesday||Oct 6th||1322 days ago|
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