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One of the foundational texts of Chabad Chasidic literature, this Siddur, also known as Siddur with Dach--Siddur with Chasidic Commentary--was first published, posthumously, three years after the passing of Rabbi Schneur Zalman by his son and successor, Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch.
The Siddur includes: the Lurianic text of the prayers as developed by R. Schneur Zalman; laws pertaining to prayer (and more) as codified by R. Schneur Zalman; Chasidic discourses by R. Schneur Zalman as recorded by Rabbi DovBer.
This is the 14th edition (7th by Kehot) of this important work. This edition, edited and produced by the Chabad Research Center, features a complete redesign and modern typeset; copious annotations and glosses on the margins; short synopses of the discourses; detailed indices and facsimiles of the original manuscripts, which were also used in careful proofreading of the text.
The Chasidic discourse are grouped under the following 27 headings, called Portals: Tzitzis, Tefillin, Prayer, Shema, Nefilas Appaim, Torah Study, Ritual Hand Washing, Grace After Meals, Weddings and Bris Mila, Mikveh, Shabbos, Rosh Chodesh, Festivals, Elul, Rosh Hashanah, Shofar, Yom Kippur, Sukkos, Lulav, Simchas Beis Hashoeiva, Chanukah, Purim, Festival of Matzos, Lag B'omer and Shavuos.
Exquisitely printed and bound.