Why All the Shaking of the Lulav and Etrog Set?

Why All the Shaking of the Lulav and Etrog Set?

How to: Wave the Lulav and Etrog on Sukkot: A citron on the left and a lulav on the right

How to Wave the Lulav and Etrog on Sukkot

How to: Wave the Lulav and Etrog on Sukkot: A citron on the left and a lulav on the right

The Festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles): lulav and etrog.  Learned the blessing and ritual for Sukkot using the lulav and etrog today. So cool!

The Festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles): lulav and etrog. Learned the blessing and ritual for Sukkot using the lulav and etrog today. So cool!

The Four Kinds: The Lulav and Etrog - Expressing Our Unity - Sukkot & Simchat Torah

The Four Kinds: The Lulav and Etrog - Expressing Our Unity - Sukkot & Simchat Torah

lulav and etrog sukkot. ...This reminds me of how Catholics hold palm branches in a procession before Mass on Palm Sunday. We then use the palms to make a cross and hang in our homes for the upcoming liturgical year up until Candelmass when we turn in the palms to be used for the ashes for Ash Wednesday.

lulav and etrog sukkot. ...This reminds me of how Catholics hold palm branches in a procession before Mass on Palm Sunday. We then use the palms to make a cross and hang in our homes for the upcoming liturgical year up until Candelmass when we turn in the palms to be used for the ashes for Ash Wednesday.

Buy Jewish Earrings Sukkot - Lulav and Etrog by lindab142. Explore more products on http://lindab142.etsy.com

Jewish Earrings Sukkot - Lulav and Etrog

Buy Jewish Earrings Sukkot - Lulav and Etrog by lindab142. Explore more products on http://lindab142.etsy.com

Lulav Wizard is the first ever virtual lulav and etrog simulator.  The Wizard walks you through all steps of  the mitzvah of  waving the lulav.

Lulav Wizard is the first ever virtual lulav and etrog simulator. The Wizard walks you through all steps of the mitzvah of waving the lulav.

Lulavim and etrogim are two of the four species from the Sukkot holiday. The four species consist of palm, citron, myrtle and willow.

Lulavim and etrogim are two of the four species from the Sukkot holiday. The four species consist of palm, citron, myrtle and willow.

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