In some Jewish communities a tallit
is given from father to son, or son-in-law. They are purchased to mark special occasions, including wedding and bar/bat mitzvah. Sefardi parents purchase a tallit for their children at the age of 13. In the Reform and some Conservative congregations some women these days also wear a tallit. While many worshipers bring their own tallit to synagogue, there is usually a number of shawls for use of visitors and guests.
At Jewish wedding ceremonies, the tallit often is used as a chuppah or wedding canopy. Similarly, a tallit is traditionally spread out as a canopy over the children during the Torah-reading day of Simchat Torah..
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