This Bar Mitzvah Tallit is Hand made of polyester base and Gold and Black stripes decorations.
Size 20" x 72" / 50.8 x 183 cm.
The Tallit blessing is embroidered on atara in Hebrew.
The Design is repeated on atara and tzitzit corners.
Comes with matching kippah and tallit bag
Alternative sizes available on request for our Tallit for Men and Bar Mitzvah Tallits.
You can further enhance this Bar Mitzvah Tallit as a gift by adding a personalized name embroidery on the Tallit bag ($15).
Made in Israel
Preparation time: 2-3 days
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The Tallit is a Jewish prayer shawl worn while reciting morning prayers and in the synagogue on Shabbat as well as holidays. It is a rectangular garment with Tzitzit strings threaded through at the corners. The majority of men wear the Tallit, often gold Tallit in the time of prayers at the synagogue. Besides, there is a smaller garment known a Tallit-katan that can be worn on a day-to-day basis, in order to keep the mitzvah of the Tzitzit at all times. In respect of the Halacha, the Tallit is considered a popular ritual object for this commandment.
The Tallit is normally made out of pure ewe’s wool. Few people believe, only a woolen garment or linen garment is used for the purpose of fulfillment of the mitzvah. In accordance with some, also clothes made of synthetic materials carry the obligation of Tzitzit. Inasmuch as there are also acrylic, wool and silk Tallit available in the market.
Usefulness of Wearing Tallit
The purpose of this mitzvah in accordance with the Torah is to remind the individual of the commandments and to distance the person from following his eyes as well as the heart. It means to distance the person from bad deeds. The Tallit has a great utility in the time of prayer. It creates a barricade between the worshiper and the surroundings. It helps the worshipper to find the focus in the prayers. In Ashkenazic communities, wearing Tallit is applicable only after the wedding.
Generally, the Sephardic tradition is only for boys to wrap themselves in the Tallit from Bar Mitzvah age and sometimes earlier. In Yemenite communities, wearing Tallit is a tradition for boys from the age of education, when they are 5-year old. In Yemenite communities they would wear the Tallit throughout the day, folding the garment narrowly over their shoulder, especially when they are outside.
Essential Things to Know About the Tallit
The choice of a classy Tallit is of course yours. As we discussed earlier, Tallitot you can find these days are made of three types of fabric: Acrylic, Wool and Silk.
Wool: The great number of buyers purchase and use Tallit made of wool. So, it is the most common type of Tallit prayer shawl according to all of the rules of Halacha.
Acrylic and Silk: These types of Tallitot are made of silk, acrylic and often polyester strings. Many, these days, buy gold Tallit that is popular and cheaper because of the type of fabric used to make it. It should be highlighted that silk and/or acrylic Tallitot are available widely online at an affordable price, one of the most trusted is Galilee Silks. They offer a wide range of handmade high-quality Tallitot. You get to see end number of classy Bar Mitzvah Tallit for boys and Bat Mitzvah Tallit for girls at a cheap price.
Choice of Tallit Color
These days, a large selection of colored Tallitot is available for sale online. You will love to have your gold Tallit from Galilee Silks, a leading Israeli silk designer which is specialized in hand-dyeing of raw white silk as well as produces an array of textile products, such as Silk Tallit, Tallit for women and Tallit made of wool. Many of them are kosher and Mehudar in accordance with Jewish law.
Also, you can choose the best quality gold Tallit, silk or woolen Tallit as per your tradition. Where you can buy – black stripes that are most acceptable in Ashkenazic communities, white stripes that are best for Sephardim, very broad black stripes good for Yemen communities and stripes of different colors for those who want a more decorative Tallit.