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    Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
  • Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
    Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
  • Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
    Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
  • Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
    Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
  • Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
    Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
  • Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit
    Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes, Tallit

Tashbetz non-slip Wool with Light Blue Stripes Tallit

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Unique weaving of wool tartan skid give the impression of light, made from 100% ewes wool for softness. Tallit blue hue with a brilliant combination with strands of silver. The blessing prayer is on the shawl collar and the corners are decorated with sky blue satin.
 
Process Time (business days): 5
SKU : 16472

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MSRP: $164.95
Sale price: $94.95
A talllit is a rectangular garment with its four corners hung and tied with designs called tzittzit. Mishkan T'chelet real wool Talitot are created utilizing an exceptional Tartan weave that makes them comfortable and cooler. Ashkenazic custom is to enwrap oneself in a shawl with tzitzit simply starting from his wedding day. The practice is inferred from the torah by a juxtaposition of verses idiom 'to and' a man takes a wife. Then again, it is clear law, which was embraced with extraordinary love by most Halachic decisors. In  Germany, rabbis spoke against this custom and exhorted men, wedded and unmarried to positively wear ornamentations on any 4-cornered article of clothing! In this way in assemblages after the german custom young men (unmarried) have a tendency to wear the convocation shawl from the Bar Mitzvah. 
 
Moreover the Sephardic custom is to wear the tallit from Jewish right of passage or significantly prior. In Yemeni groups it is standard to wrap shawl for motivation behind instruction from an early age (5 or thereabouts). Yemenite men customarily wrapped themselves throughout the day in these Jewish shawls consistently. At the point when outside their home they collapsed their tallit barely, so it lies on their shoulders while they went about in the city. In many groups this custom was supplanted by wearing the tallit Katan under the shirt.
 
Please note: when adding special futures to the tallit, customization is made, custom products are created just for you therefore we cannot accept returns or refund.