This year, over 60 Chabad yeshivos and communities around the world published over 200 kovtzim, with a grand total of over 22,000 pages of chidushei Torah printed. Now available online.
This year, an unprecedented number of Kovtzei Haoros Ubiurim were printed. Over 60 yeshivos, organizations and Anash communities around the world published over 200 kovtzim, with a grand total of over 22,000 pages of chidushei Torah printed.
These kovtzim as well as thousands of kovtzim printed throughout the years can be viewed on kovtzimdrive.com, an online database dedicated to collecting and providing access to all kovtzei haoros which have been published to date.
The range of mosdos that participated varied from mesivtos, zals and kolalim, to chabad communities and shluchim around the world.
For some yeshivos, this year’s kovetz was their first, while for others it was the revival of an annual publication that had been discontinued years earlier. For yet others, the kovetz was the continuation of an undisturbed tradition for decades.
This year’s Yud Alef Nissan, marking the Rebbe’s 120th birthday, saw a historic amount of Kovtzim published. Temimim and Anash worldwide headed the Rebbe’s request for Seforim and Kovtzim to be printed in honor of this momentous day, publishing over 40 publications of their chidushei torah spanning more than 14,000 pages. Many prominent Rabonim of non-Lubavitch communities, from Chicago to Tel-Aviv, participated in these kovtzim as well, honoring the Rebbe with their chidushei Torah.
On hundreds of occasions the Rebbe requested of Bochrim and Anash to write chidushei Torah and print them in kovtzei Haoros. The main objective of these kovtzim was to bring vitality into a Chosid’s learning, and to empower him to discover a part of Torah which he could call his own. On numerous occasions the Rebbe revealed to us that the publication of these novel Torah thoughts actually hastens the coming of Moshiach and the revelation of the new aspects of Torah which will be revealed upon his arrival.
To ensure these kovtzim reach as many people as possible, we have launched a new initiative, where you can receive the new kovtzim as they come out by joining our new WhatsApp group, with new kovtzim posted weekly, accompanied by a short description of their content and newly released additions.
While we have done our best to gather these kovtzim there are still a few which we have not been able to acquire or are unaware of. We request of anyone who may have digital copies of kovtzim we are missing – from this year or of previous years – to please share them with us, enabling all to view and benefit from these precious publications.
To submit a Kovetz please contact us at [email protected]
To view all of this year’s kovtzim click here.
Yeshivos and organizations who have published kovtzim this year:
770 – Haoros Hatmimim vAnash
770 – Beis Chayeinu
Oholei Torah – Haoros Ubiurim
Kolel Tiferes Shimshon
Oholei Torah Mesivtah
Oholei Torah Zal – Shiur Daled
Oholei Torah – Yeshivas Kayitz
Yeshiva at the Ohel
Flatbush – Kolel Ma’ayon Chai
Gan Yisroel, Michigan
Miami – Mesivta
Miami – Zal
Beit Shemesh – Yeshiva Gedola
Beit Shemesh – Yeshiva Ketana
Kfar Chabad – Yeshiva Gedola
Kfar Chabad – Yeshiva Ketana
Kfar Chabad – Yeshivas Habucharim
Kfar Chabad – Beis Hora’ah
Kiryat Gat – Kolel Sha’arei Geulah
Tzefas – Yeshivas ChCh”L
Tzefas – Kolel
Around the World
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Weekly kovetz in the Rebbe’s Torah
Haoros Ubiurim in the Rebbe’s torah
Einnemen Di Velt (Israeli yeshivos)
Halikut – Vaad Talmidei Hatmimim
Project Likkutei Sichos
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