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by Koren Publishers Jerusalem

  • ISBN: 9653011456
  • Author: Koren Publishers Jerusalem
  • ePub ver: 1142 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1142 kb
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: Hebrew English
  • Pages: 600
  • Publisher: Koren Publishers Jerusalem; Compact Size edition (August 1, 2009)
  • Formats: lrf rtf lit doc
  • Category: Spirituality
  • Subcategory: Judaism
epub The Koren Talpiot Siddur: A Hebrew Prayerbook with English Instructions, Compact Size (Hebrew Edition) (Hebrew and English Edition) download

The Koren Talpiot Siddur presents the Hebrew text in classic Koren. Koren Publishers Jerusalem was established in 1962 with the aim of publishing the first fully Jewish Bible in nearly 500 years

The Koren Talpiot Siddur presents the Hebrew text in classic Koren. The siddur graphically brings out the underlying meaning of the text. Koren Publishers Jerusalem was established in 1962 with the aim of publishing the first fully Jewish Bible in nearly 500 years. With its textual accuracy and innovative graphic design, The Koren Bible quickly became the international standard. In 1981, Koren Publishers introduced The Koren Siddur, which can be found in nearly every synagogue in Israel.

The Koren Talpiot Siddur brings together the best of Koren's Hebrew and Hebrew/English siddurim. The result is a siddur for both Israel and North America that enables you to pray with deep understanding and pure kavana. Fits neatly in tallit, tefillin, and hand bags.

The Koren Sacks Siddur is an inspiring Hebrew/English Jewish .

The Koren Sacks Siddur is an inspiring Hebrew/English Jewish prayerbook. The siddur marks the culmination of years of rabbinic scholarship. This siddur, like most Koren books, is notable for its beautiful, clear Hebrew typography. It is printed on fine, cream-colored paper and includes an introduction, translations and notes by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, former Chief Rabbi of Britain.

Publisher: Koren Publishers Jerusalem, 2009. The Koren Talpiot Siddur presents the Hebrew text in classic Koren. An English Halakhic Guide to the Jewish year, prayer, visiting Israel, and more is included at the back. Published in cooperation with the Orthodox Union

Since it's all in Hebrew the English instructions may appear odd, but it's a lovely book reasonably priced. 2 people found this helpful.

Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Since it's all in Hebrew the English instructions may appear odd, but it's a lovely book reasonably priced.

The Koren Sacks Siddur: A Hebrew, English Prayerbook, Compact . The Hebrew and English are on facing pages.

The Hebrew and English are on facing pages. On the Hebrew pages the only textual notes, if they should be considered as such, are the "read as" versions of questionable words which are included in body of the text as written in the Torah scroll, although without vowels.

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Based on the extremely popular Koren Sacks Siddur, the Koren Shalem Siddur is a new, enhanced siddur that includes the entire contents of the Sacks Siddur AND: - All Torah readings with new translations for the Shalosh Regalim and Hol HaMoed, Hanukka, Purim, Yom Ha'atzmaut and Yom Yerushalayim - Modern English translations of the Five Megillot - Additional personal supplications (tehinot).

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The Koren Talpiot Siddur presents the Hebrew text in classic Koren. The siddur graphically brings out the underlying meaning of the text, without English translation, introduction or commentary. An English Halakhic Guide to the Jewish year, prayer, visiting Israel, and more is included at the back. Published in cooperation with the Orthodox Union. Prayers for the State of Israel, its soldiers, and national holidays, and for the American government and its military reinforce the siddur's contemporary relevance. Compact size, Ashkenaz, with dark slate Skivertex softcover binding. Fits neatly into tallit and tefillin bags. Ideal for students and travelers.
Comments (7)

Steep
Binding is terrible. Came off in less than a month. Not heavily used, not abused, but all the same, the paper separated from the binding.
avoid this one.
Mmsa
Didn't realize it was all in Hebrew, my fault for not reading the description fully. Otherwise very happy, love the size and the binding is top knotch.
Rich Vulture
I love the portability and light weight along with the very clear type and helpful instructions. This Siddur is also very comprehensive and useful all year long.
Ffleg
Our Mincha Minyan has wanted a convenient sized siddur with Mincha and Maariv on separate pages -- not Mincha on top and Maariv on bottom (the confusing and inconvenient format that Art Scroll now uses for its Mincha/Maariv benchers). The smaller size is convenient, light weight, and easy to use. It is very popular.
Dishadel
This size is the best of all for our Mincha Minyan (and for Maariv that we add in the winter). It is the first choice of many of our minyan regulars.
Agagamand
The Koren Talpiot Siddur: A Hebrew Prayerbook with English Instructions, Personal Size (Hebrew Edition)

This siddur is first class, clear, easy on the eye. The standard size is just fine too, not heavy so doesn't tire your hands and arms. Possibly, my only complaint is the paper it is printed on could have been slightly better quality.

David
Ffrlel
Great Siddur for a native english speaker capable of davening in hebrew. I'm very happy with my purchase
Very good condition. Exactly what I wanted.

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