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Pardes Daily – Tu Bishvat App-Based Learning

Hosted By: Pardes

Tu Bishvat, also known as Chag HaIlanot (Holiday of Trees), is traditionally celebrated by feasting on fruits and planting trees. The Mishnah Tractate Rosh Hashanah suggests that Tu Bishvat is considered by some as one of the four Jewish “New Years”.

After 10-15 minute podcasts a day, 5 days a week of the week of Tu Bishvat, you will complete one of the following areas of study: Bible, Halakha (Jewish law) or Hasidut.

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