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Everything you need to know about Hanukkah menorahs
Everything You Need to know About Hanukkah Menorahs

Hanukkah is a time-honored Jewish tradition celebrating light’s victory over darkness. It commemorates the rededication of the Temple of Jerusalem after Judah Maccabee and his brothers recaptured it from the Greeks.   In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to know about the traditional Hanukkah menorahs, including how to light the menorah, What you

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5 Classic Hanukkah foods for Hanukkah 2023
5 Classic Hanukkah foods for Hanukkah 2023

Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday celebrating the re-dedication of the Temple of Jerusalem. It is also known as the Festival of Lights, and it commemorates when the Maccabees recaptured Jerusalem from the Greeks in 164 BC.   Hanukkah is a well-known holiday because of its particular customs. From spinning the dreidel and lightening the menorah

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Splitting of The Sea – Blue & White painting
The Fulll Guide About The History of Jewish Paintings

Jewish art is one of the world’s oldest and most varied forms of visual art. It has been practiced for centuries and will continue to be so for many more years to come. The history of Jewish paintings is an integral part of this rich tradition, but it can only be fully understood through a

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Western Wall (Kotel) Painting on Glass
Western Wall Paintings The Full Guide

Western Wall Paintings is located in the old city of Jerusalem. You have probably stumbled upon the photos of this iconic wall, or luckily you have been to Jerusalem and seen the Jews offering their prayers at it.  Well, this shouldn’t come as a surprise because the wall is one of the important religious places

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Everything you need to know about the Western Wall
Everything You Need to Know About Western Wall Art

The Western Wall originates from the Kotel, or what many regards as the Holy Temple. This revered place is the last portion of the Beit Hamikdash. Just as the name suggests, it is the western wall of the Second Temple. Jews call this place a holy site to pray at because of its prominence and

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What Is a Dreidel Sevivon
What Is a Dreidel (Sevivon)?

A dreidel, also known as a sevivon, is more than just a children’s toy. It has deep cultural and religious significance for the Jewish people. But where did this unusual toy come from? And what is the meaning behind those letters? Let’s take a closer look at this fun Hanukkah game! To hear this whole

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14k Yellow Gold Evil Eye Diamond Ring
Jewish Wedding Rings The Full Guide

If you’re lucky enough to be celebrating a marriage soon – or even if you aren’t and are just enjoying browsing – you might want to learn more about the importance and context of Jewish wedding rings before you make your choice. Wedding rings are often expensive and symbolize an eternal choice, so getting it

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Mezuzah Necklaces
Mezuzah Necklaces The Complete Guide

Mezuzah Necklaces – Facts and Top Recommendations You Might Not Know About Mezuzah is a Hebrew word that translates to the English word “doorpost.” According to Jewish tradition and culture, people hang Mezuzah at the doorstep’s entrance in Jewish homes. Additionally, it contains a small scroll where two biblical passages are printed. The Mezuzah scroll

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Everything You Need to Know About Challah Board
Challah Boards Full Guide

Are you one of those people wondering what a challah board is? Look no further because this post has got you covered, just like a Challah on Shabbat’s eve. Keep reading to know more about what a challah board is, its uses, and more. At the bottom of this article, we also provided some selections

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Everything you need to know about Shabbat Kiddush cups
Everything You Need To Know About Shabbat Kiddush Cups

How to Choose a Shabbat Kiddush Cup? Living according to the Jewish tradition can enrich your life. If you want to follow the Jewish tradition fully you must do a Kiddush on Shabbat eve, and for that, you must have a Shabbat Kiddush Cup. The tradition of Kiddush Hashem on Shabbat’s eve can make your

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