Building, or moving to, a new home, is an exciting, tumultuous experience. But it is also an opportunity to perform many unique mitzvos and discover dozens of little-known, fascinating customs. This compendium of laws and customs discusses every aspect of the Jewish house: purchasing and building the actual structure, celebrating the dedication of the house, auspicious days for moving in, and reciting blessings over the house and furniture. Translated from the popular Hebrew work, this book is an authoritative text for every Jewish home—and house!
|Author||Yosef Yitzchok Lerner|
|Dimensions||6" x 9"|