The holiday of Pesach, or Passover, occurs for 7 days in Israel or 8 days in diaspora in the Spring, and celebrates the Exodus from Egypt in ancient times.
The holiday of Pesach, or Passover, occurs in the Spring, and celebrates the Exodus from Egypt in ancient times. It lasts for seven days in the land of Israel, and eight in the Diaspora. Jews are not allowed to eat or own chametz (leaven) during this time.
More specific tags are: chametz-leaven, bedikas-chametz, selling-mechirat-chametz, passover-seder-hagada, four-cups-wine, matzah, marror-bitter-herbs, korech, afikoman, hametz-sheavar-alav-pesah, chametz-nuksheh, matzah-ashira, kitniyos-semigrain-legume and gebrochts.
Sometimes overlapping tags are: yom-tov, shabbat, eruv-tavshilin, eruv-techumin, kashering-kosherization, shehecheyanu hallel, ochel-nefesh, hachana-prep-for-weekday, chol-hamoed, geshem-tal-ruach and yizkor.