Bukhara - in tradition of Mountain Jews
Weekdays, Shabbat and holidays
Transcription in Russian letters in accordance with the Israel pronunciation, translation and commentary.
Prayers given in a convenient manner, compared and verified by the ancient manuscripts and reproduction - as Rabbi Yosef Haim Mizrahi gathered them in his Siddur "Od Yosef Hai."
This new book is great for individuals who have trouble with pronouncing Hebrew words while praying. The book transliterates from Hebrew to Russian. The Siddur includes all prayers for all year. The utilization of this book enables any person who does not understand Hebrew the proper concentration and meaning when they are praying. Another vital part of the process of praying is proper pronunciation of each word. With the usage of this book hopefully people will be more successful in having their prayers answered. The text was developed in a way to produce a rhythmic flow, while allowing the reader to pronounce each letter, word and vowel with great ease, for People with limited Hebrew
TABLE OF CONTENTS
History of the Siddur and its value
The laws of tzitzit
The stacking order of tefillin
"Shacharit" (morning prayer)
Thirteen major principles of Judaism
Prayer will see a bad dream
Prayer for earnings and subsistence
Prayer against the evil eye and for the recovery of
"Petihat Eliyahu hanavi"
"Minha" (afternoon prayer)
Zohar "Amar Ribby Aba"
"Arvit" (evening prayer) on weekdays and on Saturday night.
Countdown 49 days of the Omer
Blessing of the Moon
The prayer uttered before bedtime
Shabbat and holiday candles
"Kabbalat Shabbat Seder" (meeting Saturday)
"Arvit" (evening prayer) on Saturdays and holidays.
Carrying out Saturday night
"Kiddush" (sanctification) Saturday evening
Evening "Kiddush" on the eve of holidays
Zoar first Shabbat meal
"Birkat HaMazon" (the blessing after the meal)
The blessings before meals and drinks
"Meen shalosh" (terminating "triple" blessing)
"Shacharit" (morning prayer) on Saturdays and holidays.
Blessing on the Torah scroll
"Birkat hagomel" (prayer of thanks)
Blessing reading haftary
Praying for a baby girl and naming girls name
Prayer, which is read by the groom after the reading of the Torah
Announcement of the month
Reminder of fasting
"Musaf" (extra prayer) on Saturday and at the beginning of the month.
"Musaf" (extra prayer) during the holidays
"Kiddush" (sanctification) Sabbath
"Kiddush" (sanctification) of holiday
Zoar second meal
"Minha" on Saturdays and public holidays
The third meal subotnyaya
Zohar third Shabbat meal
"Havdala" is the order of the completion of the Sabbath and holidays
The fourth meal
'Hallel' (praising God)
"Musaf" (extra prayer) at the beginning of the month
The procedure of circumcision
The order of foreclosure firstborn
The betrothal and the marriage
The greatness of old age
Confessional prayer for the sick
Grace after meals at home grieving for the dead
"Hashkavot" - a prayer for the souls of the deceased
Dipping a woman in the mikvah
Dipping dishes in the mikvah
Construction of the fence
Seeing a long journey
Prayer in the way
Prayer in the plane
Kaddish "Al Yisrael"
The order of public posts
Reading the Torah in the days of public posts
Torah Reading on Monday and Thursday and "Mincha" on Saturday.
Torah reading at the beginning of the month