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A user-friendly primer for tallit and tzitzit basics: What is tzitzit? Who's obligated? How and when do we put them on? And more...

Tallit and Tzitzit Basics

Tallit and Tzitzit Basics

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Who wears a prayer shawl, and when?
What is the difference between a tallit and tzitzit, and what are the reasons for wearing them?
Who is obligated to wear tzitzit, and from what age?
Transliterated and Translated in English
The blessing and verses recited when putting on a tallis: in Hebrew together with the English transliteration and translation.
The proper way to don tzitzit and tallit -- complete with an illustrated guide -- and the blessings recited when doing so.
How to put on the traditional four-cornered garment before prayers.
A brief treatise on the significance of this important mitzvah
Explores the significance of the ritually fringed four-cornered garment. Complete with basic laws, blessings and diagrams.
Tzitzit in a cemetery; folding a tallit on Shabbat; proper disposal of tzitzit; and more...
A nighttime garment is exempt from tzitzit -- but what is a "nighttime garment"? And why do many wear tzitzit at night too?
The origins of the blue thread on the tzitzit, and the reason why some wear it today -- and others do not.
What kind of garment, and what kind of tzitzit? See also our brief tzitzit buyer's guide.
This is no fringe mitzvah! The tallit and tzitzit serves as constant reminders of our obligations to G-d and our fellows.
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