Something went wrong with the connection!

NEW BOOK FOR CHANUKAH: The Driedel’s Hidden Meanings

NEW BOOK FOR CHANUKAH: The Driedel’s Hidden Meanings

A very popular Jewish custom is to play dreidel on Chanukah. Adults together with children gather around the lights of the menorah, spinning to discover which letter falls on top. What is the deeper significance of this act, and what meaningful thoughts can we have in mind while playing dreidel this Chanukah? As we will see, by spinning the dreidel in front of the Chanukah lights, we are bridging the gap between the finite realm and the infinite.”

For more information or to purchase this book please visit

Related Articles

1 comment

Write a comment
  1. Sami Levy
    Sami Levy 24 November, 2009, 17:15

    Hi i am sami i love to play driedel i think i know alot about dreidels so if you couls i would like to play with you!!

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*