The Nehalel Siddur is modeled on the Nevarech bencher, which in 1999 pioneered the idea of juxtaposing prayers with photographs portraying their meanings. People discovering Nevarech reveal that Birkat Hamazon (Grace After Meals) -- a prayer they may have recited every day since childhood -- is suddenly brought to life by the photographs alongside its text. Nehalel Siddur now brings this coming-to-life effect to the full orthodox liturgy.
Foreword by Rabbi Daniel Landes
Introduction by Rabbi Dr. Zvi Grumet
Devised and with a new English translation by Michael Haruni
|Dimensions||5.8" x 8.5"|
|Language||Hebrew & English|