1. What is the desired prayer shawl for Bar Mitzvah age?
For the first time,the measure is size of 45-110/160 cm.
But most people prefer to take a size of 50-120/170 cm,in order for the tallit to serve the bar mitzvah boy for as many years as possible.
Unless a bar mitzvah boy is younger than his age,under these circumstances it is better to choose size of 45.
On the other hand, if it is a bar mitzvah boy, who is taller than his age, under these circumstances it is better to choose size of 55-130/185 cm.
2. What a prayer shaw Rejects stainsl?
Model of jeans tallit,Model of classic talit and model of Jerusalem talit Rejects stains.
3. How do you order a light blue thread by all customs?
We have professional conspirators in our company Which are located in Jerusalem
and they can do all tying by all methods.
There is a possibility to order especially.
4. Is it possible to change a prayer shawl that has been tied to special threads and/or any product for which special work has been done?
Yes we provide service in Jerusalem,The tallit can be sent to our office for any upgrading.
5. How do you clean a large prayer shawl?
Dry cleaning for jeans and classic Models only!
Jerusalem model level and up Should be sent back to the company Because of the product quality,we will provide you service.
6. What color of tallit do you choose for Ashkenazi or Sephardic?
It should be emphasized that the issue of the prayer shawl is not a matter of halakhah and is only customs.
Black bands are common in Ashkenazic communities.
White stripes are common in Eastern communities.
We can supply everything by special order as well.
7. How do I know the size of my prayer shawl? ?
We prepared aspecial table to help,use it.
Talit’s Sizes Calculation Table:
|For whom||Height, cm||Size|
|Bar Mitzvah||120-150||45-55, 110/160, 120/170 and 130/185|
8. What is a prayer shawl? And why do we use a prayer shawl?
A prayer vestment in Judaism, which is a specially made rectangular veil. It is seen as a vestment in the sanctity of the precepts of the Torah and symbolic submission to the will of God.
In ancient times talith – cape, cloak – was a rectangular veil that served as a part of everyday clothes; The brushes were attached to its corners according to the biblical prescription for tzitzit. Such a cloak was usually made of wool or flax. The more expensive form of thalita resembled a Roman pallium, worn by rich people and teachers of the law. By the time of the Middle Ages talit as a part of everyday clothing gradually came out of use and survived
9. What is a prayer shawl made of? And what does it look like?
As a rule, talith is made of wool (from sheep’s wool), or linen, cotton, silk, and today even synthetic white fabric (especially religious Jews prefer semi-bleached coarse woolen fabric) with several woven blue, blue, black-blue or black stripes ; On the four corners of talite, brushes-tzitsite are attached to special holes. Often in the middle of one of the longitudinal sides a rectangular piece of cloth is sewn, distinguishing the upper and outer sides of the talith from the bottom and inner; This piece of cloth, which is sometimes stitched with silver threads, is called atar (crown, crown) and when clothed in thallite serves as a kind of collar. At some times the Benedictines are embroidered, which should be pronounced before wearing vestments (sometimes the Benedictions are not only embroidered on the attack). Often talith (especially silk) is decorated with embroideries, and usually along its narrow (side) sides a long fringe is sewn.
10. How do you wear it? What do you do in prayer time?
Customs of putting on talite
First talite is thrown in such a way as to cover also the head, and all four of its angles are thrown over the left shoulder (by the movement called “Ismail tack” – atifat ishmeelim), then the talite is lowered on the shoulders, so that its corners hang freely On the sides. During the morning prayer (Shaharit), it is customary to press the talith brushes to the eyes and kiss them three times during the utterance of the last section of the Shma prayer, which refers to the prescription for tzitzit.
Talith is worn during the Shaharit prayer daily except for the Ninth Ava (on this day they only clothe in the prayer Mincha prayers) and Yom Kippur (when Talit is put on for all prayers from Kolindra and on). In some places the Khazzan wears Talith during the prayers of Minha and Maariv, and the father on the circumcision of his son wears the tallit during the whole procedure. In Orthodox Judaism, talismans can only be worn by men, in conservative and reformist men and women, but the Talmud does not require it to be worn by women.
In different communities, the customs associated with talit are different from each other.
In Ashkenazim, children who have not yet reached the bar mitzvah age are dressed in a small, childish talisman, and unmarried men pray without talith. In most Sephardic and Eastern communities, unmarried women wear talith. Many Kabbalists and rabbis usually wear talith all day long to study the Torah. It is customary for Sephardim to wear it at a wedding. In the reformist synagogue talith, having the form of a narrow scarf worn around the neck, is part of the liturgical vestments of the rabbi and Khazan; Talith also wears out to read the Torah; For the rest of the liturgical participants, talith is not required.
All Jews also take a man to bury in his talisman, from which tzitzite is removed or cut.