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
The tallit (Prayer Shawl) Represents religion for the Jews. The tallit is worn over the head of someone while they pray
The Jewish prayer shawl, the tallit.
There are no beads on a Tallit or Jewish prayer shawl. There are knots and strings called Tzitzit on each corner that represent the 613 commandments found in the Torah.
The tallit symbolizes being enveloped by prayer.
Tallit is a Hebrew word. It is spelled (טלית).
A Jewish tallit is a Jewish prayer shawl. The tallit is worn over the outer clothes. A tallit is worn during the morning prayers. on weekdays, and holidays. You can go on Wikipedia to learn more.
It's the prayer before wrapping yourself in the tallit.
The large tallit is worn during morning prayer services.
It is a small double clip, connected with a chain, that helps hold the tallit on.
Tallit (טלית) means "covering" or "cloak". It is the Jewish prayer shawl.
Tallit is the Hebrew word for tallit. The English term is "prayer shawl."
In Jewish tradition, a boy does not wear a tallit intil he becomes a bar mitzvah (turns 13) as wearing a tallit is an adult obligation.