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How well-versed are you in the traditions of Chol Hamoed? Challenge yourself with our quiz.
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How the Rebbe brought the mitzvahs of Sukkot to the streets
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Infusing Meaning Into Everyday Moments

On Sukkot, we hold together four diverse forms of life and make a blessing. If one is missing—no mitzvah, no blessing.

One is the Lulav—a date-palm frond. The taste of the date represents the taste of Torah study. The Lulav represents those whose lives are filled with Torah study.

Another is the Hadas—a myrtle...

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Learn about this special mitzvah, which is performed every day of Sukkot (besides Shabbat).
Jewish Stories
The suite was very expensive and usually reserved for nobility. But the Rebbe Maharash did not flinch at the exorbitant price and was soon escorted to his rooms.
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Daily celebrations to bring spiritual and material relief
Appointments With G-d
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Moving above and beyond division and divisiveness into a joyous New Year
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In short: You may (with some limitations) build and take down a sukkah on the intermediate days.
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Confused about the specifics of the mitzvah to eat in the Sukkah? We've got you covered.
Jewish Quizzes
The question that has flummoxed Jews for generations: Is the etrog upside-down or right-side-up?
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The Mishnah analogizes rain on Sukkot to a servant who comes to pour wine for his master, and the master pours a jug of water in his face. Here is what this means for those of us who experience rain... Video
Sukkot is a Jewish holiday celebrated by taking off work, celebrating in a hut, and waving unusual bouquets. This video will give you the whole story.
Jewish News
Public celebrations hearken back to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem
Jewish News
Hundreds of residents in upscale neighborhood attend Chabad outdoor services
When Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi wished to bless R. Yekusiel Liepler with wealth, the latter said he did not want to be distracted from studying Chassidus and from his service of G-d. When the Rebbe wished to bless him with longevity, his answer was: "But not 'peasant years' in which one has eyes but does not see, has ears but does not hear -- not years of those who do not perceive G-dliness nor do they hear G-dliness."
– Hayom Yom, Cheshvan 6
Passing of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov (1810)
Passing of the famed Chassidic rebbe, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, Ukraine (1772-1810). A great-grandson... Read More »
The festival of Sukkot, commemorating G-d's enveloping protection of the Children of Israel during... Read More »
"And you shall take for yourself on the first day," instructs the Torah in Leviticus "the splendid... Read More »
When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, one of the special Sukkot observances was to pour water on... Read More »
The seven days of the festival of Sukkot consist of two days of "Yom Tov", followed by five days of... Read More »
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