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Yahrzeit calendar

Sindi 3 months ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 3 months ago 3

I want to make a yahrzeit calendar.  I have Hebrew month and date only (no Year)

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Hi, thanks for using Hebcal. You can create a personal list of Yahrzeit (memorial) and Yizkor dates, Hebrew Birthdays and Anniversaries for 20+ years at this page


https://www.hebcal.com/yahrzeit

Once you've created your personal calendar, you can print it out, sign up for free annual email reminders, and/or download to your favorite calendar app.


If you know the Hebrew but not the Gregorian date, use the Hebrew Date Converter to get the Gregorian date and then come back to the Yahrzeit + Anniversary calendar page.

If you don't know the Hebrew year, it may be difficult to get a correct date conversion. 

The rules for calculating birthdays and yahrzeits are a bit complicated and depend on the actual attributes of the Hebrew year they occurred in -- was it a leap year (Adar vs. Adar I vs. Adar II)? Short Kislev? Long Cheshvan?


You can read more about the complexities here: https://www.hebcal.com/home/54/anniversaries-adar-cheshvan-kislev

This is why we recommend you put in the actual date of the birth or death (e.g. original year) and not the current year.

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Hi, thanks for using Hebcal. You can create a personal list of Yahrzeit (memorial) and Yizkor dates, Hebrew Birthdays and Anniversaries for 20+ years at this page


https://www.hebcal.com/yahrzeit

Once you've created your personal calendar, you can print it out, sign up for free annual email reminders, and/or download to your favorite calendar app.


If you know the Hebrew but not the Gregorian date, use the Hebrew Date Converter to get the Gregorian date and then come back to the Yahrzeit + Anniversary calendar page.

If you don't know the Hebrew year, it may be difficult to get a correct date conversion. 

The rules for calculating birthdays and yahrzeits are a bit complicated and depend on the actual attributes of the Hebrew year they occurred in -- was it a leap year (Adar vs. Adar I vs. Adar II)? Short Kislev? Long Cheshvan?


You can read more about the complexities here: https://www.hebcal.com/home/54/anniversaries-adar-cheshvan-kislev

This is why we recommend you put in the actual date of the birth or death (e.g. original year) and not the current year.

Not helpful.  I have all the Hebrew dates.  However there are no Hebrew months on the input, only English.  How do I for example enter 23 Nisan?  There is no Nisan on the page.  This will not be useful for me. I do not need a converter, I already have all the dates.

So sorry we could not meet your needs.

If you find another free yahrzeit calendar website that allows you to enter just Hebrew dates without years, we would love to know about it!