Lulav and Etrog: The Four Species

Easy and Inspiring Homemade Sukkah Decoration Crafts for Sukkot are Creative ideas on the Jewish holiday of Sukkot & to teach children the meaning of the Sukkot .

How to Wave the Lulav and Etrog on Sukkot | My Jewish Learning

How to Wave the Lulav and Etrog on Sukkot

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

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

The Four Species play an important role in the holiday of Sukkot, where they take the form of a lulav and an etrog.

At the suggestion of my Chabad rabbi, I decided that I want to have my own lulav and etrog set for the holiday of Sukkot, so that my entire family can take part in the observance. When the holiday is over, should I just throw it in the garbage?

At the suggestion of my Chabad rabbi, I decided that I want to have my own lulav and etrog set for the holiday of Sukkot, so that my entire family can take part in the observance. When the holiday is over, should I just throw it in the garbage?

Why All the Shaking of the Lulav and Etrog Set?

Why All the Shaking of the Lulav and Etrog Set?

Waving The Arbah Minim an Infographic by: www.sukkahworld.com

Waving The Arbah Minim during Sukkot. Lulav: Fruit of a citron tree, a frond from a date palm tree, leaves from a myrtle tree and branches from a willow tree.

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