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A Tallit is a prayer shawl worn during the Morning Prayer (Shacharit) and on festive prayers, such as Shabbat and holidays.

Although traditionally only married men are obliged to don a tallit, today many young men and women aged Bar/Bat Mitzvah and up are accustomed to doing so as well.

Before donning the tallit it is customary to say the blessing “ברוך אתה ה’ אלוהינו מלך העולם אשר קידשנו במצוותיו וציוונו להתעטף בציצית” (Blessed be Thee, God, our Lord, King of the universe, who has sanctified us in his commands and has commanded us to wrap ourselves with tzitzit (fringe)). The tallit is usually worn over the shoulder blades, but the very religious will tend to cover their heads with it. Read more on wearing a Tallit…

How to wear the Tallit?

How to ware tallit

How to ware tallit

A tallit is customarily worn for the Morning Prayer (Shacharit) of every day of the year, weekdays, Shabbat and holidays included. A tallit is also worn for the Musaf Prayer on Shabbat and holidays, and throughout the Yom Kippur prayers. Read more…

Choosing the Size of Your Tallit


Choosing the Size of Your Tallit

Choosing the Size of Your Tallit

The size of a tallit is first and foremost a matter of personal choice. It changes from one to another, according to a person’s own wishes and preferences. Most tallitot vary in length, and have a standard width running between 72″-80″. Read more…

The Tzitzit (fringe)

Tzitzit - Fringes Of A Jewish Prayer Shawl, Or Tallit

Tzitzit - Fringes Of A Jewish Prayer Shawl, Or Tallit

The commandment of tzitzit is one of the 613 mitzvahs in the Torah. According to this mitzvah, he who has a garment with four corners (knafot) must have four groups of fringes attached to the garment, one to each of the corners. Read more…

Atarah (neckband)

Atarah

Atarah

The atarah is a decorated neckband commonly embroidered at the head of the tallit and aimed to prevent the user from confusing the tallit’s upper and lower sides and placing the front tzitziot at his or her rear. Read more…

Tallit & Tefillin Bag

Tefillin

Tefillin

Yair Emanuel’s tallit (Prayer Shawl) and tefillin bags are both beautiful and practical to keep the tallit (Prayer Shawl) in. Read more…

The tallit categories:

Women Tallit

Women Tallit

Tallit and Tefillin Bag

Tallit and Tefillin Bag

Silk Tallit

Silk Tallit

Raw Silk Appliqued Tallit

Raw Silk Appliqued Tallit

Organza Tallit

Organza Tallit

Machine Embroidered Tallit

Machine Embroidered Tallit

Hand Woven Silk Tallit

Hand Woven Silk Tallit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hand Woven Raw Silk Tallit

Hand Woven Raw Silk Tallit

Atara

Atara

Raw Silk Applique Tallit

Raw Silk Applique Tallit

Woven Cotton silk Tallit

Woven Cotton silk Tallit

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