Inside the Hakhel Activities in Yeshivos Worldwide

Marking 15 days until the Rebbe’s 121st birthday on Yud-Alef Nissan, Vaad Hatmimim published the second edition of the acclaimed ‘Kulo Orah’ magazine, this month highlighting the Hakhel activities taking place in Yeshivos around the world. 

In addition to the timely and inspirational content related to Yud-Alef Nissan, the bi-weekly ‘Kulo Orah’ magazine features a unique column covering a specific category of Hachanos and Matanos taking place in Yeshivos worldwide in anticipation of this joyous day; the second issue explores activities in connection with Shnas Hakhel.

Learning the Rebbe’s Maamorim Ba’al Peh in Chicago Mesivta, a weekly Hakhel Seder Sichos uniting the Bochurim of the Mesivta and Zal in Toronto, ‘Hakhel Hachlatos’ in LA Mesivta, and watching the Rebbe’s Farbrengens every morning in Detroit Mesivta, are just some of the ways that Yeshivos around the world are commemorating Hakhel throughout the year. 

The magazine also maps out the evolution of the Yud-Alef Nissan celebrations with the Rebbe throughout the years in 770, describing the build-up and development that led to its global recognition and celebration. Additionally, it includes a short Farbrengen with Rabbi Shlomo Zarchi, Mashpia in the central Yeshivah of 770, on the significance of traveling to be with the Rebbe on this joyous occasion and the effect it can have on your life, as well as excerpts from the diary of a Bochur from Yud-Alef Nissan 5746, gracefully fill the remainder of the pages. 

To supplement the magazine, the editors included a write-up and overview of this historic and special Hakhel and Hachana for Yud-Alef Nissan that took place last week between all the Chabad Mesivtos, with the goal of further inspiring bochurim, including those who may have not participated live during the actual event.

Click here to download the second issue of the Kulo Orah Magazine. 

Click here to download the Live Hakhel supplement.
Back issues of the Kulo Orah magazine can be found here.

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