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In the Jewish culture, it is mandatory to wear the tallit or prayer shawl or tallis, which is a large rectangular shawl, composed of cotton, or synthetic fibers. This shawl has four corners with strings tied in a specific pattern, known as the tzitizt. The source of the tzitizt can be traced back to the Holy Bible, wherein the stipulations are given for its appropriate practice.
Herein, the significance lies in putting the strings on the four corners of an individual garment, echoing the responsibilities and obligations of a Jew. The tallit is donned as a prayer shawl for epitomizing the biblical decree. Such tallit is available in polyester-based sheer materials, wherein the lace tallit is an attractive design, especially for girls and women. Such tallit can be bought from several reputed tallit suppliers, like the Galilee Silks.
Here in, the significance lies in putting the strings on the four corners of an individual garment, echoing the responsibilities and obligations of a Jew. The tallit is donned as a prayer shawl for epitomizing the biblical decree. Such tallit is available in polyester-based sheer materials, wherein the lace tallit is an attractive design, especially for girls and women. Such tallit can be bought from several reputed tallit suppliers, like the Galilee Silks.
How The Tallit Proves Its Relevance To The Jewish Culture?
The tallit or tallis is a garment that can be donned, usually by men, to instill a sense of individualism during the times of daily prayer, attending weddings, or taking part in Bat or Bar Mitzvah. Thus, traditionally, the men wear a tallit during Morning Prayer services. However in the non-Orthodox synagogues; one can witness many women donning a tallit. Besides, in some Orthodox congregations, the tallit is enrobed only by married men.
During reading from the Torah, one can observe individuals gathering the tzitzit in their left hand, and thereafter kissing them when the paragraph from the Torah is recited in front of them. In such cases, most synagogues keep prayer shawls for visitors during the prayer services. Nevertheless, most people attending the synagogue always prefer to buy their prayer shawl to portray their individuality. Again, assorted ranges of prayer shawls or tallit are sold at most of the Judaica stores and also on the internet.
Such tallit does not have any particular dimensional needs, but the specific person using the tallit should have his or her entire body covered with the prayer shawl as prescribed in Talmud. However, it should never confine the body movements. Besides these tallitot showcase the significance of offering due reverence to God and offering the individuals with a devoted temperament during Prayer. The tallit also has a crown area, known as the Atarah, which is perceived as a blessing from God and can be quoted when wearing the tallit.
During prayer, one should keep the corner of the tallit on the first word of the Holy Torah, when starting the reading. Subsequently, they need to kiss on the corner of the prayer shawl that is placed over the Torah.
What are the Prime Aspects of Lace Tallit Found in the Exclusive Collection of Galilee Silks?
The handmade unique Galilee Collections found in the digital store of Galilee Silks brings in the most enchanting designer lace tallit and lace-decorated tallit in assorted sizes and colors. They portray the individuality of the feminine gender, bringing in a distinct appeal and a fashion statement. The base of some tallits is sheer.
At Galilee Silks, most prayer shawl design is also attainable in sheer. Moreover, this lace tallit design is made from Voile, a delicate fabric that is lightweight, feeling delicate on the body. This feminine tallit is attainable in several designs and colors of white and blue, white and lilac, and white and pink. The Hebrew printed Atarah or neckband has a matching color, and the design pattern is repeated on the tallit bag and the Kippah.
Becoming familiar with the different lace tallit designs by Galilee Silks will help you find the suitable gift for yourself, your niece, mother, or grandmother to easily order their individualistic prayer shawls, to renew and support their Jewish faith and customs.