54 Portions of the Torah
Every week another Parsha portion is read and the full cycle is read over the course of one year. The names of the Parashot are written in Hebrew.
On each side of the Tallit there are 7 stripes that represent the 6 days of Creation and Shabbat - the seventh day. The Hebrew letters Nun and Dalet are on the stripes. It’s the numeric value of 54 Parashot. Under the names of the Parashot there are 4 stripes representing our foremothers. And the 3 stripes above represent our forefathers. Our patriarchs and matriarchs are the foundation of our existence that started thousands of years ago. You are part of this lineage.
You are the strong link that will strengthen the chain and secure its continuity into the future.
Each Tallit comes as a set with a matching bag.
This Tallit has the feel of a luxurious Shantung silk on one side, and a velvety, smooth satin feeling on the other side made of shantung satin poly. The designs on the Tallit are appliquéd on the main shawl.
The satin side is the inner part of the garment. It’s like the “Or Ganuz” - hidden light. That is a sacred and spiritual light hidden from all. The satin side is like the hidden light engulfing you and only you all over, When you garb yourself and bless on the Tallit and also through the movement of your body while wearing it, some of the shiny side will be glimpsed . It’s like sparks from your own the hidden light.
The Tzizit is Kosher, and knotted according to Halacha (Jewish law).
Dry clean only
Designed in Hawaii * Made in USA (imported fabric) * Kosher Tzizit , Made in Israel