Rabbi Osher Farkash Mashpia of Yeshivas Lubavitch Argentina has published a clear and concise commentary on the Rebbe’s first ma’amar of Basi L’gani 5711.
As we approach Yud Shvat, Chassidim around the world are preparing for the auspicious day by studying the ma’amar of Basi Legani 5711, the ma’amer the Rebbe recited as he accepted the nesius.
The ma’amar has recently been published with a clear and concise commentary by Rabbi Osher Farkash, acclaimed Mashpia of Yeshivas Lubavitch Argentina.
Rabbi Farkash serves as the mashpia roshi of the Yeshivas Lubavitch Buenos Aires in Argentina and a mashpia for the local Chabad community. His shiurim are renowned for their clarity and depth, and his Hebrew, Yiddish, and Spanish shiurim are recorded and listened to worldwide.
The maamar was transcribed and published by Rabbi Zalman Farkash, mashpia in Yeshivas Lubavitch of Buenos Aires, Argentina, who has been publishing a weekly summary of all the Rebbe‘s ma’amarim on the Parsha of the week.באתי-לגני-תשיא-המבואר