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An Upsherin is the traditional “first haircut” ceremony held on a boy’s third birthday. This ceremony marks the start of the child’s formal education, and is highlighted by leaving the child’s payot, and his starting to wear a kippah and tzitzit.

The Deed: The Upsherin

The Deed: The Upsherin

A Video Primer for a Boy's First Haircut

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The Deed: The Upsherin: A Video Primer for a Boy's First Haircut

An Upsherin is the traditional “first haircut” ceremony held on a boy’s third birthday. This ceremony marks the start of the child’s formal education, and is highlighted by leaving the child’s payot, and his starting to wear a kippah and tzitzit.
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dan la, ca December 17, 2009

Thank G-d for Chabad ,it helps Jews who while growing up missed some of the info Reply

Carolyn Kidd Eastlake, Ohio November 28, 2009

An Upsherin What a beautiful, moving, custom.
May G-d continue to bless the Jewish people!!! Reply

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