Tallit - Prayer Shawls

Have you taken your old Tallis out of the closet and realized it is torn or worn-out looking? During the Jewish High Holidays it is customary to wear a Tallis or Tallit to the Jewish services.

www.TraditionsJewishGifts.com is your Judaica source for Tallis Sets, Jewish Prayer Shawls, and other Jewish ritual items. You can buy all types of Tallis, including: Infant Bris Wool Tallis, Jerusalem Tallis Sets, Jewish Symbols Tallis Sets, Twelve Tribe Tallis Sets, and more.

Our Jewish Prayer Shawls are made with beautiful and unique patterns, reflecting one's personal connection to God. We offer a variety of Tallit Prayer Shawls for sale including: Tallis Sets by Emanuel, Silk Bijoux Tallis, Hand Sewn Tallis and Bags by Reeva, and Denim Tallis Prayer Shawls.

A Tallit or Tallis is prayer shawl worn while reciting morning prayers known as Shacharit as well as in the synagogue on Sabbath and other Jewish High Holidays. The Tallit has special twined and knotted fringes known as Tzitzit attached to its four corners. A Tallis or Tallit serves as a reminder of the commandments in the Bible.

Our Tallis and Tallit can range from a standard blue and white striped design, to ornate and extraordinary artworks in any range of fabrics.

The Religious Items Department at www.TraditionsJewishGifts.com sells many of the Jewish ritual objects used in Jewish ceremonies, including Tallit and Tallis sets, Jewish prayer shawls, and more. So if you're looking for religious items for the Jewish holidays, make sure to visit the High Holiday Store.

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