Author Archives: S Freedman

Yamulkes the Perfect Representation of Jewish Culture

The globe has diverse cultures and community, none is similar. The most appealing culture that has taken the world by storm is the Jewish community where everything is specific. Yamulkes is one great thing of the Jewish community.The practice of … Continue reading

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Kippahs the Soul of Jewish Culture

What really sets apart the Jews from the rest is their kippahs. It’s a holy cap designed to make the community believe that God is above them.In fact it’s more of a skullcap or by its Hebrew name, kippah is … Continue reading

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Kippahs Your Way – Your One-Stop Shop For Satin kippahs

The Jewish tradition is a fascinating culture. You can identify a Jewish easily by the identifiable outfit like the kippah. As we know, Kippah or kippot is a head covering that can be made of various materials. It’s one of … Continue reading

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What Are The Different Kippah Options Available In The Market?

People purchase four million dollars worth of Kippahs (Kippot) every year in Israel alone. Large Kippahs, Kippah for a kid, Kippahs for women – you just name it! Whether you know the fact or don’t, there’s an incredible, Kippahs marketplace … Continue reading

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Customized Bar Mitzvah Kippahs – A Special Gift for Your Son

All the religions all over the globe have their own way of celebrations along with its set rules, culture, tradition and practices. This isn’t different for the Jewish community as it loaded with their definite signs & respective symbols and … Continue reading

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The Meaning Behind Different Well-Known Jewish Gifts

To state that the Jewish people have numerous traditions is a massive understatement. They’ve a considerable number of holidays; Rosh Hashanah, Passover, Hanukkah, Yom Kippur – those are the most popular ones, there’re many others. Not to say weddings, Bar … Continue reading

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Advantages of sporting a Knit Kippah

Kippahs come in various sizes and made of various materials, but one style that holds the everlasting legacy is that of the knit kippahs. The knit kippahs are often synonymous with the traditional kippah material. They are considered to be … Continue reading

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5 Benefits of Having Raw Silk Kippahs

The Jewish tradition is a fascinating culture. You can easily identify a Jewish by the easily identifiable clothing like the kippah. Kippah, as we know, is a head covering that can be made of several materials. It is one of … Continue reading

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Etiquettes for a non-Jewish attending Bar Mitzvah

A bar mitzvah is a grand celebration in Jewish communities and it marks the boys entering the phase of adulthood. The grand ceremony is organized when the boy comes to the age of thirteen. Many guests are also invited to … Continue reading

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What to wear in a Synagogue

There is a lot depending on what we are wearing to which place. It is important that we keep that in mind. What we wear has the power to transform our outer and inner look and we should realize that … Continue reading

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What to wear to a Jewish Wedding

Now that you are invited over to a Jewish wedding, there are questions doing rounds in your head. This is a common situation as few people know about Jewish traditions and no one wants to offend anyone from the Jewish … Continue reading

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3 Reasons the New Generation Likes Sports Kippahs

Kippahs are a symbol of the Jewish tradition and their faith. You will never find a Jew without his valuable Kippah over his head walking more than two feet. This is the faith Jews have on the Lord and the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Shabbat

Shabbath has an in-depth connotation, which signifies about rest or cessation that ideally marks the seventh day of the week.  When observes Shabbat, one totally refrains from the daily work schedules and spend the whole day by engaging in relaxing … Continue reading

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The Perfect Hanukkah Guide

Hanukkah, also known as Chanukkah, often falls between Thanksgiving and Christmas, and contrary to what some may think, it isn’t a Jewish Christmas. Also known as the “Festival of Lights,” Hanukkah lasts for eight days and nights from the 25th … Continue reading

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Bat Mitzvah 101

What Is a Bat Mitzvah? A Bat Mitzvah is a coming of age ceremony that occurs in Jewish tradition when a girl turns 12 years old. At that time, she is officially considered to be a “Bat Mitzvah.” A ceremony … Continue reading

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A History Of Hanukkah

The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah is celebrated for eight days and eight nights, and begins on the 25th day of the month of Kislev on the lunar-based Jewish calendar. On a secular calendar, the dates vary from year to year, … Continue reading

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