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Bar-Mitzvah Sets

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Tefillin and Tallit Sets for Bar-Mitzvah

A Bar Mitzvah is a major social event. It usually entails enormous resources for the preparation – especially if you are planning an important affair with guests, entertainment and attention to the myriad of details that will ensure the success of the evening. So, it is important for you to know that your son’s bar mitzvah items have been satisfactorily seen to. After all, it is for him that you are planning the affair.

To simplify the preparations Tefillin.biz offers a Bar Mitzvah set that includes Tefillin and Tefillin Bag, boy’s Tallit, Prayer Book, white satin kippah, protective plastic bags. Your son will feel proud to have everything compact together in one bag.

You can choose an acrylic or wood traditional Tallit and there is a choice of colors for the stripes. Choose the Siddur (Prayer Book) that suits you: Hebrew-Spanish, Hebrew-German or Hebrew-French. If you have another special need, speak to our staff. They are extremely friendly and courteous and they will do all they can to ensure your satisfaction.

There is a choice of Tefillin parchments depending on your budget. The simplest are the basic Tefillin. Made with various leniencies, the inner parts are glued together and the handwritten parchments are not computer checked. There is no guarantee on these Tefillin scrolls.

The next level is the peshutim mehudarim Tefillin. These are also made from separate pieces of leather joined together and the boxes are made from the less costly goatskin. These Tefillin are extremely delicate and need to be handled with care. However, there is a kashrut certificate confirming that you are receiving authentic Kosher Tefillin parchments.

You will be asked to specify if you want Ashkenazi or Sephardic Tefillin. Ashkenaz refers to Jews who traced their ancestry to the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe. Sephardic Jews are those originating Middle Eastern countries or from Persia. The difference between the Ashkenazi and Sephardic Tefillin is the style of writing on the parchment, the form of the letter Shin embossed on both sides of the tefillin worn on the forehead and the manner in which the knots of the Tefillin straps are tied.

Purchasing Tefillin is major. Speak to our staff who will explain the details to you and will guide you to the purchase that suits your budge and life-style. We wish you and all those connected to the bar Mitzvah boy a huge Mazal Tov with all our blessings. May he grow up to be a worthy member of the Jewish nation who will bring joy and happiness to his parents and ancestors.

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