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  2. Hanukkah Blessings Third Night - Akhlah

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    Hanukkah Blessings Third Night Place the candles in the menorah. The Shamash, plus three candles in the right positions -- and light the left one first. Use the Shamash to light the candle. To best publicize the miracle, the Menorah is ideally lit outside the doorway of your house, on the left side...

  3. What do we do each night of Hanukkah? | Reform Judaism

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    Two blessings are chanted or recited every night of Hanukkah. The first is a blessing over the candles themselves. The second blessing expresses thanks for the miracle of deliverance. A third blessing—the Shehecheyanu prayer, marking all joyous occasions in Jewish life—is chanted or recited only on the first night.

  4. Hanukkah Menorah: Prayers for Hanukkah 2019 ~ Happy Hanukkah ...

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    Hanukkah is a Jewish festival and to all the readers a Happy Hanukkah 2020.Hanukkah is also known as the festival of light for its litigious decoration and miracles. Since Hebrew is the primary language of Judaism, therefore, the blessing and wishes are done by the Jews in Hebrew to each other to a person outside of Jews it may be gibberish.

  5. How to Light the Hannukah Menorah and Recite the Hanukkah Prayers

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    Dec 05, 2019 · In addition to these prayers, many Jewish families sing or recite the Haneirot Halolu, which explains the story and traditions of Hanukkah. The words are translated in Chabad.org as: We kindle these lights [to commemorate] the saving acts, miracles and wonders which You have performed for our forefathers, in those days at this time, through ...