Laws of The Holiday of Purim
When is Purim celebrated around the world? If one is travelling to Jerusalem for Purim, when should he hear the reading of the scroll of Esther? Some basic laws of Purim from Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Rabbi Shteinman: “On Purim Strengthen Your Faith in Divine Providence”
“See the amazing string of events in the Megillah and learn Divine Providence from them.”
When Does the Fast of Esther End in Israel?
These are the ending times for the major cities in Israel.
Fight Your Doubts With Happiness
Noa Yaron Dayan wrote an interesting post on Purim that has a lot of good questions for the little Amalek called doubt that gnaws inside us and the opportunity on Purim to dispel this doubt and strengthen our faith in the Creator of the world.
Archaeology Discovers Purim - King Achashverosh’s Feast
Achashverosh made a great banquet for an unimaginable number of people. This was in accordance with the accepted practice at the time, wherein leaders used to throw luxurious banquets for numerous participants
What Can We Learn From the Mitzvah of Purim: 7 Important Points
What special powers does a person receive on Purim? What is the unique segulah in each of the mitzvoth of the day? 7 points that shed light on the holy Mitzvoth of Purim.
A Segulah Guaranteed to Work!
Prayers and things you should do at the crack of dawn of the Fast of Esther
The Megillah Reading Helps with Your Livelihood
During the reading of Megillah G-d pours down an abundance of purity, holiness, health, life and livelihood. five important things you should know about the time of reading the megillah
Archaeology Discovers Purim - Achashverosh & the Persian Empire
Historical and archeological research has been carried out over the past century which focuses on the time period in which the Book of Esther took place. Ahasuerus and the Persian Empire
The Feast of Achashverosh and The Final Redemption
The Jews could have been redeemed from the first exile if they would have repented — the same is true with the final redemption
Purim Questions and Answers
How do we know the story of the Megillah really happened? Why do we dress up in costumes on Purim Are we obligated to dress up? Can we dress up as animals?
Did You Know Haman Was a Barber?
Yes we all might know the story but we don't necessarily know the Midrash that tells who Mordechai originally was, what happened to Zeresh and who wrote the Megillah? Here are the secrets behind the Megillah.
Why is the Megillah Called 'The Book of Esther'?
Why is 'The Book of Esther' named after Queen Esther instead of the righteous Jewish sage Mordecai? Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains
Do You Need a Salvation Beyond Naturally Possible? Don’t Miss Out on Purim!
It’s a Segulah to rise early on Purim morning and pray and beseech G-d for what you need.
How Do You Prepare for Purim Spiritually?
True happiness comes from repentance, Purim can be as if we were newly born just like after Yom Kippur.
The Similarity Between Purim and Yom Kippur
On Purim a Jew’s inner purity comes out by eating and drinking and imbibing of wine. In his state of intoxication, he speaks of his longing for G-d and his great yearning for the holy Torah
Watch: Secret Footage of the Tomb of Mordecai and Esther in Iran
This is how it looks inside the tomb of Mordechai and Esther in the city of Hamadan in Iran (according to one tradition). Rare and exciting
Children Love Chocolate Balls! A Purim Recipe
All children love chocolate (and so do we!) But these are unique because they use jumping (fizzy) candy!
13 Things You Didn’t Know About Queen Esther
How old was she? What was done with Haman’s money? How did Mordechai and Esther merit the miracle of Purim coming through them?