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In Judaism

Why do tallits have stripes?

The stripes on the Tallis (prayer shawl) are a reminder that we are missing the sky-blue techelet.. In biblical times the fringes consisted of blue thread and white threads. ( Full Answer )
In Judaism

What is a tallit?

It's the Hebrew word for the Jewish prayer shawl or Tallis. The fringes on the ends of the Tallit signify the 613 Commandments of the Torah. The wearing of the Tallit (or T ( Full Answer )
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What is a tallit and what does it represent?

a tallit is a prayer shawl for the Jewish people and it represents that you are an adult Jew and you have been bar or bat mitzvahed
In Judaism

What does the tallit symbolize?

stolen from an existing answer: The stripes on the Tallis (prayer shawl) are a reminder that we are missing the sky-blue techelet. In biblical times the fringes consisted of ( Full Answer )
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What does the tallit represent?

The tallit (Prayer Shawl) Represents religion for the Jews.. The tallit is worn over the head of someone while they pray
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How do you clean a tallit?

Dry cleaners. or you can try to carefully spot clean it with some soap and water. It's usually 100% wool.
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What is a tallit clip?

It is a small double clip, connected with a chain, that helps hold the tallit on.
In Judaism

What are tefillin and tallit?

The tefillin are phylacteries. These are small leather boxes, one worn in the middle of the forehead, and the other strapped on the right arm, closest to the heart, during the ( Full Answer )
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How do you wear the tallit?

Draped over the shoulders and back, with the sides folded up. Seethe attached Related Link for a photo.
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What is the meaning of tallit?

In Judaism, a white shawl with fringed corners worn over the head and shoulders by Jewish men during religious services