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Yevamot 57

In today’s Daf Yomi page, standing under God’s canopy

May 3, 2022

Today’s page of Talmud, Yevamot 57, introduces us to the sanctity of the wedding canopy. Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin joins us to discuss the chuppah, or the traditional canopy for the bride and groom, and why it represents more than just the union of two people in love. Was Mount Sinai the first chuppah? Listen and find out.

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