lit. 'completion'; often refers to a celebration upon completing the study of a Jewish text

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“If there's no Hadran there's no meat”?

I happened to observe a Facebook conversation regarding an upcoming Siyum, ostensibly taking place because someone had put forth great effort to complete a tractate of Talmud, and not because the ...
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Siyum Masechta Ketana

When I celebrate my completion of a minor tractate (e.g. Masechet Derech Eretz or Kutim or Gerim), can I say Hadran and/or Kaddish at my Siyyum (party)?
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looking for resources on making a group siyum of talmud bavli

I would like to organize a group siyum of talmud bavli (for a refuah shelema). Does anyone know of downloadable signup sheets, or the like, that I can use, that split up the talmud, say, 25 dapim at a ...
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Making siyum on learning that “over laps”

A person started learning a mesecta. When he got through half the mesecta he continued learning however he also went back and started learning from the beginning again. He got to the end of the ...
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Siyum Mishnayos on Erev Pesach

Today I learned of the minhag to make a siyum bechorim only on gemara. I understand the logic, but is there a source for it? This came up because I'm scheduled to make a siyum on the Mishna (first ...
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Protocol for unconventional Siyum

What is the protocol for an unconventional Siyum (see the linked-to page)? Do you say Hadran? If so, what would you say in the Hadran if, for example, you learned a Daf of Gemara over the course of ...