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Yerushalmi Yomi

Yerushalmi Yomi is a daily learning program for the Jerusalem Talmud. The current Yerushalmi Yomi cycle began recently, on 20 Cheshvan 5783 / 14 November 2022.

Daf Yomi Yerushalmi began on Tu BiShvat 5740 (Sat, 2 February 1980) and follows a 4¼ year cycle using page numbers according to the Vilna Edition. Unlike the Daf Yomi Bavli, this Yerushalmi cycle skips both Yom Kippur and Tisha B’Av. In this version, tractate Berakhot has 68 pages so it takes 68 days to read.

There’s an alternate page numbering scheme provided by the Schottenstein Edition, and this cycle takes 5¾ years to complete. Yom Kippur and Tish’a B’Av are not skipped in this alternate cycle. This alternate cycle also began on 20 Cheshvan 5783 / 14 November 2022. In this version, tractate Berakhot has 94 pages so it takes 94 days to read.

You will find both Vilna and Schottenstein calendar feeds on our calendar downloads page.