The seder (ceremonial meal of the first night or two of Passover) and the haggadah (text used at that meal).

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Washing hands during the Seder

I'm curious about the name assigned to the 1st hand washing in the Seder, the one just after Kiddush. It is called ורחץ . This seems to translate as which seems to translate as "and wash". The 2nd ...
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Seder Plate According to the Vilna Gaon

The opinion of the Vilna Gaon in setting up the seder plate is that the shankbone and the egg are placed closest to the person leading the Seder, the two matzos (the Vilna Gaon did not use the third ...
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Which sefiros does each seder matzah correspond to according to the Ari?

The Ari says regarding the Pesach seder, (I'm not sure of the exact source though), "Arrange the Plate on the table by taking three matzahs and placing them one on the other: First the Israelite [...
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ordered list of prayers

The topic of this question is the building process of Geula We see in Hagada (Parshat Bikurim, Deuteronomy 24) a succession of verbs witch describe the preliminaries of the Geula, from prayer to ...
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Can one use mouthwash after eating the afikoman?

Mishnah Berurah 478, (1) [1] says that the reason that we should not eat any other food after the afikoman is so that its taste will remain in our mouths. What are the opinions on whether it is ...
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Why “hamokom” in Haggada

Why do we say baruch hamokom baruch hu? Why that name of hashem here? There are many more names we could have used.
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Why dont chabad say chasal sidur pesach?

Why don't Chabad Chassidim say ''chasal sidur pesach'' at the end of the seder?
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Why do the seder on shabbos?

When Purim that falls out on shabbos we do not read the Meggila. When Rosh hashana falls out on shabbos we dont blow shofar. When Succos is on shabbos we dont shake lulav. Why? because of Takana ...
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Why is Korech said during the seder if it means to wrap and hard matzah can't be wrapped?

Korech according to Jastrow (see image below) means to wrap. The Rambam mentions wrapping the Matzah during Korech (Laws of Chametz Umatzah 8:6), and indeed most Talmuds describe the act of Korech as ...
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Should we say birchas ha-torah before each Passover seder?

Why not precede or start the Passover seder with birchas ha-torah? Is the content of the Passover Seder material that should be preceded by birchas ha-torah? If so, why is birchas ha-torah not in the ...
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Children saying Divrei torah at the Pesach seider [duplicate]

Are there any Gedolim who oppose the concept of children saying Divrei torah to their parents at the Pesach Seider?
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Who uses/used the Rambams hagadah for the Seder?

Who uses/used the Rambam's Hagadah for the Seder (besides Teimanim)?
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“Zaycher” or “Zehcher” Lemikdash K'Hillel for Korech?

The text of every Hagadah that I have seen has the beginning text for כורך as: זֵכֶר לְמִקְדָּשׁ כְּהִלֵּל. using a tzere under the ז. A Chassid told me last Shabbat that at a Seder he attended a ...