Entering a sukkah

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Sukkot celebrations in Boro Park, a Hasidic neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY (2018).


Sukkot is a weeklong Jewish harvest holiday that comes five days after Yom Kippur and commemorates the temporary shelters used by the Jews during their wandering in the wilderness. 

Morning prayer (view from the women section)

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Hasidic kids playing in the streets of Brooklyn

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Women gathering during Sukkot

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Hasidic boy

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Men listening to their Rabbi

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Sukkot morning prayer services. A major focus of public worship on Sukkot is the waving of the "Four Kinds" during communal prayer services.

 

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Inside a sukkah

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Evening diner inside a sukkah

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Sukkot morning prayer services. A major focus of public worship on Sukkot is the waving of the "Four Kinds" during communal prayer services.

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Nightly celebrations that include singing and dancing. 

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Hasidic family
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Walking to prayer with a Lulav

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