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Chasunah Secrets

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The Mysteries Revealed

Do you know why a kallah carries flowers? Or what kind of candle should be used when walking a chassan or kallah down the aisle? Or the importance of the type of veil worn by the kallah?

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The Mysteries Revealed

Do you know why a kallah carries flowers? Or what kind of candle should be used when walking a chassan or kallah down the aisle? Or the importance of the type of veil worn by the kallah?

A Jewish wedding and its secular counterpart are as different as day and night. The purpose of a Jewish marriage is for the¬†chassan¬†and¬†kallah¬†to construct a¬†bayis ne’eman, to create a home that welcomes the Shechinah in its midst, to help build Klal Yisrael. To that end, the¬†chasunah, which is the commencement of this marriage, is an extremely holy day, filled with tremendous meaning, and replete with many customs that carry great significance.

If a chassan and kallah prepare for their wedding properly, understanding the kedushah of the day and its vast potential, they will be empowered to build a magnificent edifice together, with vast gains both in the physical and spiritual realms. This book, which provides a glimpse into the traditions done at a Jewish wedding and the deep meanings behind them, is a wonderful tool to help chassanim, kallahs, and their families appreciate the value of each detail of the big event.

Rabbi Dovid Meisels, author of the popular¬†Secrets¬†series, has done extensive research into the what’s, how’s, and why’s of the many customs performed at a Jewish wedding, the results of which is this book. As with all of Rabbi Meisels’s books, the material has been culled from¬†midrashim,¬†Chazal, and the¬†sefarim hakedoshim. Enter your marriage with the right mindset. Understand why we do what we do at a wedding, and begin building your own beautiful¬†bayis ne’eman b’Yisrael.

By Rabbi Dovid Meisels

Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-1-60091-945-9
Length: 399
Media: Book

Weight2 lbs
Dimensions6 × 9 in
ISBN:

978-1-60091-945-9

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