Also know as TARYAG mitzvot. TARYAG is the numeric value of 613.
365 of them are “you should not do“. That represent the numbers of days in a year.
248 of them are “you should do”. That number traditionally represents the number of bones in the human body.
Each small circle represents one of the commandments. The blue circles represent the “Don’t Do” The white circle represent the “Do”. They are placed accurately as they appear in the Torah.
The sequence begins in the the upper row on left side of the wearer through to the end on the right side and back.
There are 248 circles on the left side and 365 on the right.
The 248 “do” commandments are on your left side close to your heart. The 365 “do not” are on your right side, symbolically (no offense to the left handed) the stronger arm, representing your power, your will to do good. The combined total of 613 commandments combined is your guidance to living your life with values and dignity.
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” - The 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
I bought the 613 Mitzvot shawl for my good friend. She was beyond excited when she received the package. So beautifully wrapped in a stylish black box. She said she felt so special! It even came with a blessing letter. My friend absolutely fell in love with her Tallit- she can't wait to wear it.
She's too shy to write this, so I am for her. I know when she wears it, she won't be shy anymore- people will be asking her where she got it.
It is a great gift to give. I think the quality is wonderful too. I am sure I will be buying more of these.