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How to choose a Tallit?
is an important Jewish religious symbol and used during prayers as a
prayer shawl. This prayer shawl is also a garment
that all Jews hold close to their heart and count as their most valued
possessions on earth. Most people find it difficult to choose the
right kind of Tallit, while buying for themselves as well as buying a
Tallit for their children. The Tallit is basically a prayer shawl worn
by the Jews during prayers and special occasions. Although the origins
of the Tallit as a prayer shawl are unknown it does have biblical
mention. The Tallit usually has a white background. Nowadays a Tallit
can also come in different designs. A Tallit can also come in
different sizes. All these things need to be considered while choosing
A Tallit can be segregated into two categories the modern Tallit
and the traditional Tallit. The traditional Tallit is preferred by the
orthodox Jews whereas the modern Tallit is generally preferred by the
less orthodox sects however there is no clear bifurcation between the
modern Tallit users and the traditional Tallit users. There are no
guidelines as such for choosing a modern Tallit or a traditional
Tallit. However there are certain differences that one must consider
while choosing the modern Tallit or the traditional Tallit.
traditional Tallit generally has a white background. Normally the
traditional Tallit would be decorated with a pattern
of blue, black and white stripes running across the length of the
Tallit. The traditional Tallit is also longer covering the head,
shoulders, the entire torso and back and can run up to knee length.
The fabric used for making the traditional Tallit is wool. Generally
no synthetic fabrics are allowed. There exist some differences between
the modern Tallit and the traditional Tallit. The modern Tallit is
meant to be more appealing to the women. The modern Tallit still has a
white background however the modern Tallit has more designs and is
slightly shorter. Nowadays most Jews prefer wearing the modern Tallit.
For all practical purposes the Tallit is a prayer shawl and has to
be worn during prayers except for the evening prayers. This prayer
shawl is a powerful symbol of Jewish identity and is associated with
the religion since the biblical times. Apart from the Jewish prayer
shawl few symbols can boast of coming so close in displaying religious
identity. The prayer shawl is usually gifted to children on their
thirteenth birthday. In certain sects this prayer shawl is gifted
after marriage. The fabric used for making this prayer shawl is very
important as there are certain fabrics which cannot be used. The
common materials used are wool, linen and silk. Wool is the preferred
material as it is easier to clean, durable and during ancient times
readily available. Nowadays most online retailers sell these online
thus making these easier to choose and buy. The prayer shawl indeed is
a remarkable symbol of the Jewish religion and one that is closely
associated since the beginning.
The Tallit is a Jewish prayer
shawl and an important symbol of Judaism. The prayer shawl is highly
revered by the Jews and is closely treasured. Many people cannot seem
to find the right kind of Tallit for their children and also while
buying a Tallit for themselves. This is because generally the Tallit
is gifted to someone on their thirteenth birthday. Except for the
evening prayers, the Tallit is to be worn during prayers and special
occasions. The Tallit also finds a mention in the Bible. The Tallit
has a white colored background. Recently Tallit bearing designs have
also emerged. There are different sized Tallits also. These things
need to be taken into account while buying a Tallit.
basically two types of Tallits, the traditional Tallit and the modern
Tallit. The traditional Tallit and the modern Tallit do not differ
much. The traditional Tallit is generally worn by the more orthodox
amongst the Jews and the modern Tallit is preferred by the younger and
liberal generations. There are no hard and fast rules regarding
choosing the Tallit. Certain differences do exist in the modern Tallit
and traditional Tallit. The traditional Tallit has blue, white and
black stripes on a white background. The modern Tallit has various
designs on it. The traditional Tallit is longer in length as compared
to the modern Tallit. The traditional Tallit is worn over the head and
shoulders and tapers till the knees. The modern Tallit wraps around
the body over the shoulders like a prayer shawl. Wool is the preferred
material for making this prayer shawl. Other materials can also be
used except the mixture of wool and linen. The modern Tallit is
designed to encourage more women to wear it. Whatever the type, both
the traditional Tallit and modern Tallit serve the same purpose of
covering ones head and shoulders during prayers in a Jewish
congregation. It also serves as a reminder to the Jews about God’s
commandments to the children of Israel and gives the Jews a distinct
The Prayer Shawl is used only as a prayer shawl and
considered as highly sacred by the Jews. Wearing the prayer shawl
during evening prayers is not allowed except for the prayer leader who
has to wear the prayer shawl for all prayers. Seldom does one buy this
prayer shawl for oneself as it is more or less gifted during the
thirteenth birthday or after marriage. While buying the prayer shawl,
few things need to be considered like the material, designs, length
and individual’s taste before gifting it. Women prefer the modern
variation of the prayer shawl while men still seem reluctant to part
with their traditional prayer shawl.
The Tallit is a shawl that is worn by Jewish men during their morning prayers, and during certain holidays. The Tallit has fringe on the four corners, which are called tzitzit, which can contains a blue thread which reminds them of their devotion to God, as was commanded to Moses. By tradition, the Tallit is presented as a gift to the son by the father. The talilit worn to create a personal space to express devotion to God.
The Emmanuel Tallit is often decorated with the beautiful tree of life designs, or designs of the 12 tribes of Israel, or appliquéd pomegranates. They are often made of raw silk, organza, wool, or linen, and come in beautiful colors and sizes.
By tradition, women were not required to wear the Tallis; however, it’s become more common for women to wear a Woman Tallit during the prayers. They are usually draped over the shoulders, and the tzitzit fringes on the four corners must be untangled and straight.
The Tallit is a wonderful outward symbol of devotion to God.
Tallit and Zizit
A tallit is known as a Jewish prayer shawl because it is worn on top of the main outfit, during morning prayers. The worshipper is also wrapped up in one during all prayers on Yom Kippur. The special knotted and twined fringes, also known as zizit, are attached to the four corners of the tallit. It is the zizit that is connected to the four corners of the ritual robe or shawl that remind the worshipper of the commandments of the Torah. It is referenced in the book of Numbers and the book of Deuteronomy.