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I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged his followers to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna. This custom probably startedbegan when Rebbe Nachman's Chassidim began to gochassidim started visiting Uman after his petira. They continued to go there for the same reasons that other Chassidim like to be by their Rebbes.

As stated by others, the Rebbe did however statehimself stated that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of gehenom if they would travel to Uman,recite recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged his followers to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna. This custom probably started when Rebbe Nachman's Chassidim began to go after his petira. They continued to go there for the same reasons that other Chassidim like to be by their Rebbes.

As stated by others, the Rebbe did however state that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of gehenom if they would travel to Uman,recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged his followers to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna. This custom probably began when Rebbe Nachman's chassidim started visiting Uman after his petira. They continued to go there for the same reasons that other Chassidim like to be by their Rebbes.

As stated by others, the Rebbe himself stated that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of gehenom if they would travel to Uman, recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

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I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged his followers to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna and this. This custom probably started because hiswhen Rebbe Nachman's Chassidim startedbegan to go there after his petira and. They continued to go there likefor the same reasons that other Chassidim like to be by their RebbeRebbes.

As stated by others, the Rebbe did however state that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of ghenomgehenom if they would travel to Uman recite,recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna and this probably started because his Chassidim started to go there after his petira and continued to go there like other Chassidim like to be by their Rebbe.

As stated by others the Rebbe did however state that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of ghenom if they would travel to Uman recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged his followers to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna. This custom probably started when Rebbe Nachman's Chassidim began to go after his petira. They continued to go there for the same reasons that other Chassidim like to be by their Rebbes.

As stated by others, the Rebbe did however state that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of gehenom if they would travel to Uman,recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

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I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna and this probably started because his Chassidim started to go there after his petira and continued to go there like other Chassidim like to be by their Rebbe. Breslovers was always a minority Chassidus not always accepted by other Chassidues due to the belief of some Chassidim that the Rebbe was the Tzaadik Yesod HaOlam, for which their is no solid proof or foundation.

As stated by others the Rebbe did however state that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of ghenom if they would travel to Uman recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

I see no issue with doing so on Rosh HaShanna to be inspired and to involve oneself in learning and teshuva, however it is highly questionable if one can leave the Kedusha of the Holy Land to do so for one may only leave Eretz Yisroel for certain reasons and whilst Uman may be holy due to the fact that the Rebbe/great tzaadik rests there and that it becomes a place of prayer and repentance there are many places where this happens in Eretz Yisroel plus the land has an innate Kedusha to it, better to visit the Kosel where the Shecina resides or daven with a minyan that inspires you in Yerushalayim or any other holy place such as in Meron in Eretz Yisroel.  

I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna and this probably started because his Chassidim started to go there after his petira and continued to go there like other Chassidim like to be by their Rebbe. Breslovers was always a minority Chassidus not always accepted by other Chassidues due to the belief of some Chassidim that the Rebbe was the Tzaadik Yesod HaOlam, for which their is no solid proof or foundation.

As stated by others the Rebbe did however state that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of ghenom if they would travel to Uman recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

I see no issue with doing so on Rosh HaShanna to be inspired and to involve oneself in learning and teshuva, however it is highly questionable if one can leave the Kedusha of the Holy Land to do so for one may only leave Eretz Yisroel for certain reasons and whilst Uman may be holy due to the fact that the Rebbe/great tzaadik rests there and that it becomes a place of prayer and repentance there are many places where this happens in Eretz Yisroel plus the land has an innate Kedusha to it, better to visit the Kosel where the Shecina resides or daven with a minyan that inspires you in Yerushalayim or any other holy place such as in Meron in Eretz Yisroel.  

I'm not aware that the Rebbe really encouraged to go to his kever on Rosh HaShanna and this probably started because his Chassidim started to go there after his petira and continued to go there like other Chassidim like to be by their Rebbe.

As stated by others the Rebbe did however state that he would go to the end of the earth and pull a person out of ghenom if they would travel to Uman recite the Tikkun Klali by his kever, give Tzezaaka and do teshuva.

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