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HAGADAH SHEL PESAH PESA¯HA SAN A¯CE~ VARNANA SERVICE FOR THE FIRST TWO NIGHTS OF PASSOVER [BENE ISRAEL HAGGADAH Pesach pesah].

Penkar, Hyams Ezekiel, Marathi translation by

Editorial: Hebrew Publishing & Printing Press,, Bombay, India, 1935
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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Yudlov 3496; Yaari 2197. OCLC lists 8 copies worldwide. [2], 118 pages. In Hebrew and Marathi. and some English on the title page. With two black and white plates; the first depicts a Bene Israel family at a Seder table. "Service for the first two nights of Passover, with a Marathi translation by Hyams Ezekiel Penkar", following the rites of the Bene Israel. Inscriptions: Front pastedown (in Hebrew): Refae; bem Menachem Koltekar. Recto of front blank: M B. Kolet Poona. Recto of rear blank: M B Kolet Poona. Minimal wine stains. A few words I Marathi are crossed out on page 17, presumably there are a typo. The first Bene Israel Haggadah was composed only in 1877. According to their tradition, the Bene Israel are the descendants of the survivors (seven men and seven women) of a shipwreck off the Konkan coast at Navgaon, about 26 miles south of Bombay. Bene Israel tradition tells of a Jew, David Rahabi, who about the year 1000 C. E. (or, some say. around 1400 C. E. ) discovered the Bene Israel in their villages, recognized their remaining Jewish customs, and taught them about Judaism, preparing certain young men among them to be the religious preceptors of the Bene Israel. They were called Kajis and their position became hereditary. They were also recognized officially as judges in disputes within the Bene Israel community. At some point the Bene Israel formed a special attachment to the Prophet Elijah, whose name they invoke and his blessings sought on all auspicious occasions. Another typically Bene Israel feature is their custom called Malida, which is the preparation of a ceremonial food offering (composed of special ingredients) accompanied by recitation of Jewish prayers, psalms, and other appropriate biblical quotations on the occasions of purification after childbirth; preparation for a wedding; when taking, and after completing, a vow; after a circumcision, and for all other auspicious occasions; whenever there is a crisis or need for divine help; for the expression of gratitude to God; and on Tu Bi-Shevat to celebrate the first fruits of their locale, and also to give respect to be Prophet Elijah at Kandala, the place where he is believed to have appeared to the Bene Israel. N° de ref. de la librería 007434

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Título: HAGADAH SHEL PESAH PESA¯HA SAN A¯CE~ VARNANA...

Editorial: Hebrew Publishing & Printing Press,, Bombay, India

Año de publicación: 1935

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good

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