History of Tallit

8 Aug

The tallit is a prayer shawl worn by Jews during weekday morning services, on the Sabbath, and on holidays. The tallit is normally made of wool and has special twined and knotted fringes (tzitziot) attached to each of its four corners. The tallit is thus sometimes called the arba kanfot, “four corners.” Read more. http://bit.ly/pYMkY8

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