|Place of Origin:||Jiangxi China (Mainland)||Brand Name:||KCC||Model Number:||KCC-Talit08|
High Quality Polyester Jewish Judaica Tallit Prayer Shawl
Shangrao Knit Crochet Craft Factory
USA, France, Germany, Russia, Canada,etc.
|moq:||3000 pieces per colorway||material:||acrilic or polyester|
We guarantee our price to be competitive.
|OEM:||welcome||origin:||made in Shangrao Jiangxi China|
|Packaging Detail:||1pc/polybag, 50pcs pcs into export carton, can also pack as requested.|
|Delivery Detail:||about 30 days, according to order details|
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We are the experienced factory and supplier for this kind of Jewish Judaica prayer tallit shawls in China.
1. Name: High Quality Prayer shawl tallit, talit, talli
a. comfortable and warm feeling
b. Perfect weaving
c. with colored stripes
This Tallit is available in white with the following striped patterns that also appear on the Atara:
Make sure to indicate your color preferences using the drop down menu above.
Please note that the stripe pattern varies by size and may not be identical to what appears in the picture.
3. Size ( Width x Length ):
To wear it in a Shawl Style
To wear it in a Traditional Style.
|10" X 45"||36" X 72"|
|18" X 64"||48" X 72"|
|18" X 72"||52" X 72"|
|22" X 72"||60" X 80"|
|27" X 72"||72" X 84"|
|36" X 72"|
|22" X 81"|
|27" X 81"|
4. We can manufacture all kinds of tallits, such as Galili silk Talaisim / Jeruslam Tallit / Multi Color Wool Tallit / Rayon Paz Tallit / Ronit Gyr Talasim / Shul Acrylic Tallit / Traditional Wool Tallit.
Tallit Atara and corner embroidery can be produces as your requirment. such as The corners of the Tallit can be decorated with embroidered silver and gold decorations such as floral patterns, menorahs and the skyline of the Old City of Jerusalem together with Hebrew text.
5. Price: We guarantee our price to be the most competitive based on high quality.
Please feel free to convo us for more information.
Manufacturer/Supplier/Exporter: Shangrao Knit Crochet Craft Factory
A Prayer Shawl is known in Hebrew as Tallit and henceforth we will refer to it as such. The Tallit is worn by Jewish males over their clothes.
The Tallit is worn during the daily morning prayers in the week, on Shabbat and on festivals.
The Tallit has the appearance of a large white blanket with a few black stripes running lengthwise on both the right and left side of the Tallit. There are knotted fringes attached to each of the four corners of the Tallit which are actually the whole reason for wearing the Tallit.
In the days of the Bible and even after, people would wear four-cornered garments and in the books of Numbers and Deuteronomy, the Jewish people are commanded to attach special fringes to the corners of their garments. The Oral Law later gave instructions on how to tie the fringes, who should wear them and when. Already by Talmudic times the Tallit was referred to as a prayer shawl. Nowadays, it is not the accepted practice to wear four-cornered mantles so Jewish men wear Tallitot (plural of Tallit) so as to fulfill the commandment of placing fringes on the corners which, when looked at, are meant to remind one of G-d and His commandments. In ancient times, the Tallit was also used as a garment, bed-sheet and burial shroud; even today Jewish men are often buried in their Tallit. There is proof that in the second half of the first century the Tallit was already beginning to change and was becoming more like the Tallit that we know today.
The Tallit is often given by a bride to her groom- in Sephardic circles, a Tallit will often be used as a canopy at the wedding and it is also common for a Sephardic groom to bless his new Tallit under the canopy. In some circles boys wear Tallitot once they reach thirteen- the age at which they are considered men in Jewish law. Others wear them only when they get married. On a different note, Jewish people are buried when dressed in shrouds which are covered by a Tallit after one of the fringes has been cut off. Tallitot are also worn during the Selichot prayers in Ashkenazic communities by the prayer leader. On Yom Kippur, a Tallit is worn from the Kol Nidre prayer until after the Aravit service.
1. Open tallit and hold in both hands so you can see atarah (the collar band on which the blessing is often embroidered.
2. Recite the berachah (Transliteration: Baruch atah, Adonai eloheinu, melech ha-olam, asheh kid’shanu b’mitzvotav, vitzivanu al mitzvat tzitzit. Praised are You, Lord are God, King of the Universe whose mitzvoth add holiness to our life and commanded us concerning the mitzvah of tzitzis.)
3. Kiss the end of atarah where the last word of the blessing is embroidered, and then and beginning where the first word is.
4. Wrap the tallit around your shoulders, holding it over your head for a moment of private meditation.
5. Adjust the tallit on your shoulders comfortably.