Siddur

A siddur (Hebrew: סדור‎; plural סדורים siddurim) is a Jewish prayer book, containing a set order of daily prayers. This article discusses how some of these prayers evolved, and how the siddur, as it is known today has developed. A separate article, Jewish prayer, discusses the prayers that appear in the siddur, and when they are said.

Read more about Siddur:  History of The Siddur, Complete Versus Weekday Siddurim, Variations and Additions On Holidays

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Siddur Sim Shalom - Or Hadash
... Or Hadash A Commentary on Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Festivals was written by Israel Masorti Rabbi Reuven Hammer, and published in 2003 ... It contains the complete text of the siddur for the Sabbath and festivals, surrounded by a comprehensive commentary ... Or Hadash A Commentary on Siddur Sim Shalom for Weekdays was also written by Israel Masorti Rabbi Reuven Hammer, and published in 2008 ...
Siddur Sim Shalom
... Siddur Sim Shalom may refer to any siddur in a family of siddurim, Jewish prayerbooks, and related commentaries on these siddurim, published by the ... There are currently three versions of the Siddur Sim Shalom prayerbook, and two detailed commentaries that contain the entire text of the siddur ...
Eliyahu Koren - Biography - The Koren Siddur
... Koren Book Type for the project, and an innovative design for which the siddur would become famous ... The siddur became one of the most widely used prayerbooks in Israel ... Publishers Jerusalem introduced a new Hebrew-English edition of the Koren Siddur, the Koren Sacks Siddur, with an introduction, translation, and ...
The Transliterated Siddur
... The Transliterated Siddur refers to Siddur Ba-Eir Hei-Teiv—The Transliterated Siddur, a Jewish prayerbook first published on the internet in 1997, and the first to ...