Daf Yomi Calendar

The Daf Yomi cycle follows a specific schedule.

Daf Yomi (Hebrew for “a page a day”) is the century-old practice of learning one double-sided page of the Babylonian Talmud on a set schedule every day. The Talmud includes 63 tractates with a total of 2,711 double-sided pages. One cycle of daf yomi — known in Hebrew as a machzor — takes about 7.5 years to complete.

Rabbi Moshe Menachem Mendel Spivak originally proposed studying the Talmud on this schedule in 1920. It took three years for the idea to come to fruition, and the first Daf Yomi cycle began on September 11, 1923, the first day of Rosh Hashanah.

People around the world are currently engaged in the 14th Daf Yomi cycle. If you want to join in on the current cycle, you can subscribe to My Jewish Learning’s A Daily Dose of Talmud newsletter and receive an accessible, easy-to-understand insight from each day’s page of Talmud delivered right to your inbox.

Daf Yomi Cycle 14

Began Jan. 5, 2020 and ends July 7, 2027

Tractate Berakhot — Jan. 5, 2020 through March 7, 2020

Tractate Shabbat — March 8, 2020 through Aug. 10, 2020

Tractate Eruvin — Aug. 11, 2020 through Nov. 22, 2020

Tractate Pesachim — Nov. 23, 2020 through March 22, 2021

Tractate Shekalim — March 23, 2021 through April 12, 2021

Tractate Yoma — April 13, 2021 through July 8, 2021

Tractate Sukkah — July 9, 2021 through Sept. 1, 2021

Tractate Beitzah — Sept. 2, 2021 through Oct. 10, 2021

Tractate Rosh Hashanah — Oct. 11, 2021 through Nov. 13, 2021

Tractate Taanit — Nov. 14, 2021 through Dec. 13, 2021

Tractate Megillah — Dec. 13, 2021 through Jan. 13, 2022

Tractate Moed Katan — Jan. 14, 2022 through Feb. 10, 2022

Tractate Chagigah — Feb. 11, 2022 through March 8, 2022

Tractate Yevamot — March 9, 2022 through July 7, 2022

Tractate Ketubot — July 8, 2022 through Oct. 26, 2022

Tractate Nedarim — Oct. 27, 2022 through Jan. 24, 2022

Tractate Nazir — Jan. 25, 2023 through March 30, 2023

Tractate Sotah — March 31, 2023 through May 17, 2023

Tractate Gittin — May 18, 2023 through Aug. 14, 2023

Tractate Kiddushin — Aug. 15, 2023 through Nov. 3, 2023

Tractate Bava Kama — Nov. 4, 2023 through Feb. 29, 2024

Tractate Bava Metzia — March 1, 2024 through June 26, 2024

Tractate Bava Batra — June 27, 2024 through Dec. 18, 2024

Tractate Sanhedrin — Dec. 19, 2024 through April 9, 2025

Tractate Makkot — April 10, 2025 through May 2, 2025

Tractate Shevuot — May 3, 2025 through June 19, 2025

Tractate Avodah Zarah — June 20, 2025 through Sept. 2, 2025

Tractate Horayot — Sept. 3, 2025 through Sept. 15, 2025

Tractate Zevachim — Sept. 16, 2025 through Jan. 12, 2026

Tractate Menachot — Jan. 13, 2026 through May 1, 2026

Tractate Chullin — May 2, 2026 through Sept. 19, 2026

Tractate Bekhorot — Sept. 20, 2026 through Nov. 18, 2026

Tractate Arakhin — Nov. 19, 2026 through Dec. 21, 2026

Tractate Temurah — Dec. 22, 2026 through Jan. 23, 2027

Tractate Keritot — Jan. 24, 2027 through Feb. 19, 2027

Tractate Meilah/Kinim/Tamid/Midot — Feb. 20, 2027 through March 27, 2027

Tractate Niddah — March 28, 2027 through June 7, 2027

Future Daf Yomi Cycles

Cycle 15: June 8, 2027 through Nov. 8, 2034

Cycle 16: Nov. 9, 2034 through April 11, 2042

Cycle 17: April 12, 2042 through Sept. 12, 2049

Cycle 18: Sept. 13, 2049 through Feb. 13, 2057

Cycle 19: Feb. 14, 2057 through June 2, 2064

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