Tachanun or Taḥanun (Hebrew: תחנון "Supplication") is part of Judaism's morning (Shacharit) and afternoon (Mincha) services, after the recitation of the Amidah, the central part of the daily Jewish prayer services.

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Do we say tikkun chatzos on tisha b'av night?

In my siddur (Shelah, Shaar HaShamayim) it says that tikkun chatzos (specifically tikkun Rachel) is not said on days were tachanun is omitted. On Tisha B'Av we do not say tachanun. However it is hard ...
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Sepharadic Tachanun [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Not falling on hands for Tachnun How come Sepharadim do not "fall on their faces" during Tachanun as Ashkenazim do, if the prayer is called "nefilat apa'im" (literally ...
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How is the prayer of אל ארך אפים on Mondays and Thursdays different from tachanun?

Ashkenazim say a short paragraph starting אל ארך אפים on most Mondays and Thursdays before reading from the Torah. It is a request to Hashem not to rebuke us in His anger and to give us ...
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Kedushah vs. Simḥah

As pointed out here, and noted in the comments, there is no Taḥanun recited the entire month of Nisan. According to MB 429:2(7) it's because of Kedushah. I was wondering if someone can weigh in on ...
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Tachanun on a day when one is naming a baby girl

This morning in Shul a fellow named his daughter, and Tachanun was said. To the best of my knowledge this is correct, as it is only mentioned not to say Tachanun when there is a Bris. Is there any ...
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What exactly constitutes the 13 attributes for the purpose of not saying them without a minyan?

The answers to this question mention that the 13 attirubtes of God are not said in selichos when davening without a minyan. If one is saying selichot without a minyan, exactly what parts constitute ...
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Should people not say Vidui before Tachanun?

Assuming that it is a hefseik and forbidden to interrupt between amidah and tachanun, should a person who regularly recites vidui change his custom and delay the recital of vidui until later on, after ...
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As righteous as Joshua Son of Nun?

BS"D After reading some questions posted on here I found my self reviewing Hilkhoth Tefilah, mainly the halakha of the amidah. While reading i noticed something that I have read countless times yet ...
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Not saying Tachnun on the day of a siyum

Is there any minhag (custom) when a person makes a siyum (finishes a mesacta or anything else that a "siyum" can be made on) that he himself doesn't say tachnun on that day? What about in any of ...
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How can we have better Kavanah in Tefilla? Specifically Tachnuneem?

How does one have better Kavanah in his Tachnuneem tefilla? Does he punch his chest harder? Maybe start bawling?
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Tachanun when making aliyah to Israel?

Is aliyah to Israel an occasion for which one does not recite Tachanun? Is there a difference of minhag on this, or is there a uniform answer (yes, it is a special enough occasion to refrain from ...