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Kisuy rosh (kee-sooy rohsh) — lit., Covering the head; head covering
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Rosh Hashana: Symbolic Foods (Simanim)
Rosh Hashana: Symbolic Foods (Simanim): HaMotzi
On Rosh Hashana , before eating the symbolic foods ( simanim) :...
Introduction to Rosh Chodesh
Introduction to Rosh Chodesh
Rosh Chodesh , the beginning of the Jewish (lunar) month, is a minor...
Introduction to Rosh Hashana
Introduction to Rosh Hashana
Rosh Hashana is the beginning of the Jewish calendar year (there are...
Rosh Hashana: Shofar
Practicing Shofar on Rosh Hashana
You may practice blowing a shofar on Rosh Hashana (unless it...
Rosh Hashana: Challa Customs
Rosh Hashana: Challa Customs: Challa Dipped in Honey
Eating challa dipped in honey on Rosh Hashana is a universal...
Rosh Hashana: Challa Customs
Rosh Hashana: Challa Customs: Round Challa
It is a custom to make round challa for Rosh Hashana and other...
Rosh Hashana: End
Rosh Hashana: End: Baruch HaMavdil Bein Kodesh L'Chol and Birkat HaMazon
Saying Baruch ha’mavdil bein kodesh l’chol after dark at...
Rosh Hashana: Evening Kiddush: Fruit for SheHecheyanu on Second Night
Rosh Hashana: Evening Kiddush: New Fruit for SheHecheyanu on Second Night
Place a “new” fruit--over which you may say...
Rosh Hashana: Shofar
Rosh Hashana: How Many Shofar Blasts To Hear
Men are required to hear at least 60 shofar blasts on Rosh Hashana...
Rosh Hashana: Prayers: Special Bowing
Rosh Hashana: Prayers: Special Bowing: Musaf
For special bowing during Rosh Hashana musaf, please see Waist-Bowing...
Rosh Hashana: Prayers: What Time To Start
Rosh Hashana: Prayers: What Time To Start: Ma'ariv and Kiddush
Ma’ariv and evening kiddush for Rosh Hashana  are...
Rosh Hashana: Symbolic Foods (Simanim)
Rosh Hashana: Symbolic Foods (Simanim): God's Name
Situation You made up your own segulot for Rosh Hashana . What...
Rosh Hashana: Symbolic Foods (Simanim)
Rosh Hashana: Symbolic Foods (Simanim): Which Foods
Eating the special symbolic foods ( simanim ) on Rosh Hashana...
Rosh Hashana: Tashlich
Rosh Hashana: Tashlich: When To Say
Ideally, say tashlich on the afternoon of the first day of Rosh...
Rosh Chodesh: Ul'Chaparat Pasha
Shabbat-Rosh Chodesh: Adding Ul'Chaparat Pasha
SITUATION It is Rosh Chodesh in a Jewish leap year. WHAT TO DO...
Tefilin: Rosh Chodesh
Tefilin: Removing before Rosh Chodesh Musaf
Remove tefilin before musaf on Rosh Chodesh.
Rosh Chodesh: Ya'aleh V'Yavo
Ya'aleh V'Yavo on Rosh Chodesh
If you forgot (or are not sure if you said) ya’aleh v’yavo...
Rosh Hashana: Tashlich
Rosh Hashana: Tashlich: How Much To Say
The minimum amount of the tashlich service to say is the first...
Rosh Hashana: Tashlich
Rosh Hashana: Tashlich: Introduction to Tashlich
Tashlich is a universal custom with force of halacha . Don't feed...
Rosh Hashana: Tashlich
Rosh Hashana: Tashlich: Where To Say
Tashlich should be said near a running natural stream or a lake but...
Birkat HaChodesh
Announcing Two-Day Rosh Chodesh Starting Shabbat
If Rosh Chodesh will be two days starting next Shabbat , say...
Shabbat: Early Ma'ariv
Beginning Shabbat Early When Friday Is Rosh Chodesh
Situation You begin Shabbat early when Rosh Chodesh falls...
Eating before Havdala
Birkat HaMazon Additions for Shabbat and Rosh Chodesh Saturday Night
Situation Rosh Chodesh begins on Saturday night. You started...
Chanuka: Hallel
Chanuka: Hallel on Rosh Chodesh
When Chanuka coincides with Rosh Chodesh , say full hallel (as is...
Pre-Prayer: Attire
Praying in a Kittel on Rosh Hashana
For those who have the custom of wearing a kittel on Rosh Hashana ,...

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