Origin Stories Behind 20 Holidays

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Purim

Purim is a Jewish religious holiday celebrated on the 14th day of the Hebrew month of Adar. It usually occurs in late winter or early spring. The origin of Purim stretches back to the 400 B.C. when Jews in the Persian empire defeated their anti-Semitic enemies. Purim marks the day of relaxation after the battle.

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