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Kippot for your Next Event at Mazaljudaica.com!   1 comment

Getting married? Having a Jewish Celebration? Brit Milah? Bar Mitzvah? Aufruf?

The Jewish head covering, also known as kippah and plural kippahs or kippot demonstrates the uniqueness of being Jewish. This head covering shows that we thank G-d for “crowning Israel with splendor” (Talmud – Brachot 60b).

The kippah also symbolizes our respect for G-d. It reminds us of G-d and that he is above us. The meaning of wearing something above us is for awareness, meaning that Hashem is always watching, and thus the kippah shows our respect.

Another name for a kippah is a yarmulke, which comes from Aramaic (yira malka) and means “awe of the King”.

So when we have a Jewish celebration, it is customary to wear a head covering and offer our guests a head covering. Each celebration is unique and it is a wonderful way to have a keepsake by decorating your own kippah for your wedding, son’s brit milah, bar mitvah, and any other event with a customized kippah.

At Mazaljudaica we offer the lowest prices on kippahs and the biggest variety. We custom make everything and our team is here to help you out. We can help you choose the material, the colors, and the imprint inside. If you have any question’s do not hesitate to contact us at info@mazaljudaica.comand one of our experienced team members will help you choose one of the most important aspects of your celebration!

Mazel Tov!

A Blessing on Your Head – Kippah!   Leave a comment

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Getting married? Having a Jewish Celebration? Brit Milah? Bar Mitzvah? Aufruf?

The Jewish head covering, also known as kippah and plural kippahs or kippot demonstrates the uniqueness of being Jewish. This head covering  shows that we thank G-d for “crowning Israel with splendor” (Talmud – Brachot 60b).

The kippah also symbolizes our respect for G-d. It reminds us of G-d and that he is above us.  The meaning of wearing something above us is for awareness, meaning that Hashem is always watching, and thus the kippah shows our respect.

Another name for a kippah is a yarmulke, which comes from Aramaic (yira malka) and means “awe of the King”.

So when we have a Jewish celebration, it is customary to wear a head covering and offer our guests a head covering.  Each celebration is unique and it is a wonderful way to have a keepsake by decorating your own kippah for your wedding, son’s brit milah, bar mitvah, and any other event with a customized kippah.

At Mazaljudaica we offer the lowest prices on kippahs and the biggest variety. We custom make everything and our team is here to help you out. We can help you choose the material, the colors, and the imprint inside. If you have any question’s do not hesitate to contact us at info@mazaljudaica.com and one of our experienced team members will help you choose one of the most important aspects of your celebration!

Mazel Tov!