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Our Tallit and Tzitzit Handbook goes a bit deeper and discusses some of the more in-depth issues pertaining to this mitzvah. Such as: wearing a tallit for an aliyah, the proper time for tzitzit, and more.

Tallit and Tzitzit Handbook

Tallit and Tzitzit Handbook

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Is a new blessing recited if the tallit slips off? How about if you took it off to visit the rest room?
A nighttime garment is exempt from tzitzit -- but what is a "nighttime garment"? And why do many wear tzitzit at night too?
What materials can be used for tallit and tzitzit? How are the fringes attached to the corners? And more...
A discussion of the different customs regarding wearing a tallit when receiving an aliyah and when leading the prayer services.
Tzitzit in a cemetery; folding a tallit on Shabbat; proper disposal of tzitzit; and more...
A tallit can also be dry cleaned. However, it might not be advisable to give a tallit to your local dry leaning establishment—if they are not familiar with tallitot...
Being that most clothing is not four-cornered these days, why do we purposely walk around in four-cornered garments, thus obligating ourselves to wear tzitzit?
At the synagogue, I see that many men remove their prayer shawls (tallit) outside the bathroom. Is that just for convenience or is there something more to it?
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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