The meaning of the Talith katan
The word tzitzit or tsitsit (צִיצִית) literally means « bangs » and refers to the strings attached to the corners of the talith, the Jewish prayer shawl. It also refers to the small -talit in (usually poncho-shaped) that is worn all day, often under a shirt or knitwear by Jewish men .
Jewish tradition recommends starting to wear the talith katan from the age of 3. That’s why we have a wide range of cotton models adapted to all ages and sizes (child and adult). You can also find our range of certified kosher taliths.
Choose your model of talith katan on the LevJudaïca website. An ideal gift idea for the Jewish holidays or for a halaké (3 years old haircut).