Tallis for Sale

A Tallis or Tallit is a prayer shawl worn in the synagogue on Shabbat and holidays, and while reciting prayers. It is a rectangular mantle that looked like a blanket and was worn by men in ancient times. It is usually white and made either of wool, cotton, or silk. The tallis has special twined and knotted fringes known as tzitzit attached to its four corners. Now, various methods of knotting the fringes have evolved. In some Orthodox congregation, only married men wear a tallis; in others, both married and unmarried men wear one. If you are one of those who use Tallis, you can browse the internet. Good news that there are Tallis for sale which are 40% off. You can choose from lighter wool, smooth wool or textured wool. You can also choose the size that is fit for you. A few decades ago, the horizontal stripes which run across the narrow ends of the shawl were exclusively black. Now, they are seen in colors and you can even customize your own Tallis because there are options to choose from as to the color of the stripes and if you want it with or without Kesher Shel Kayama Lining.

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