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Shloshim (shloh-sheem) — lit., 30; 30-day mourning period beginning after burial
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When Shiv'a (and Shloshim) Starts
When Shiv'a (and Shloshim) Starts: Normal Days
Shiv’a ( and shloshim) starts for a mourner who:...
Shloshim: Clothing
Clothing during Shloshim
Do not wear newly purchased clothing during the first 30 days of...
How Long Shiv'a (and Shloshim) Lasts
Duration of Shiv'a (and Shloshim)
Shiv’a lasts seven days. Shloshim lasts 30 days, beginning...
Shloshim: Kiddush
Kiddush Club during Shloshim
A mourner during shloshim (or the rest of the mourner's year)...
When Shiv'a (and Shloshim) Ends
Shiv'a and Shloshim: Ended by Jewish Festivals
Shiv’a ends if a Jewish festival , Rosh Hashana, or...
Year-of-Mourning: Time Period
Mourner Period When Shiv'a or Shloshim Are Shortened
Someone who is mourning for parents is still a mourner for...
Shloshim: Bathing
Bathing during Shloshim
For the first 30 days, a mourner should not bathe for pleasure in hot...
When Shiv'a (and Shloshim) Starts
When Shiv'a (and Shloshim) Starts: Jewish Festivals
For someone who dies during Rosh Hashana , Yom Kippur , or any of...
Shloshim: Haircuts
Haircuts during Shloshim
Do not get a haircut for the first 30 days of mourning. When mourning...
Shloshim: Nail Cutting
Nail Cutting during Shloshim
Do not cut your nails for the first 30 days of mourning....
Shloshim: Shaving
Shaving during Shloshim
If you shave regularly (can be every day or a few times each week), you...
Shloshim: Getting Married
Wedding during Shloshim
Do not get married during the first 30 days of mourning, but you may get...
Introduction to Mourning
Introduction to Mourning
Who Is a Mourner A mourner is defined in halacha as someone...
Year of Mourning: New Clothing
New Clothing during Year of Mourning for Parent
For wearing new clothes during the year of mourning for a parent, see...
Year of Mourning: Mourners Leading a Minyan
Mourners Leading a Minyan
The dead person benefits if his/her son or sons lead...
When Shiv'a Ends
When Shiv'a Ends: Onen
An onen ends shiv’a (and shloshim) with the household head...
Shiv'a: Washing, Haircuts, Shaving
Washing, Haircuts, Shaving during Shiv'a
An avel may not wash, shave, or get a haircut during shiv’a...
Being an Onen
Onen Traveling with Body
An onen who accompanies a body to a foreign country for burial may...
Kaddish: For Whom To Say
Kaddish for Relatives Other than Parents
If you wish, you may say mourner’s kaddish for family members...

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