Isru Chag – Sukkot

Isru Chag-Sukkot

Isru Chag

The day following a festival (such as the festival of Sukkot) is called Isru Chag (“tied to the festival”). Tachnun (confession of sins) and similar prayers are omitted throughout the remainder of the festive month of Tishrei. We put away the Sukkah for the next year.

The Sukkah is made of cloth or wooden walls held together by Metal Posts and Beams on the corners for the cloth Sukkah, or nuts and bolts for the wooden walls. The Roof has 6 long Bamboo poles under a reed mat. both the roof and the walls are made of natural material.

Sukkah Decorations by Sharona 5772

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