I am looking for the texts of currently used prayers for monarchs/royal families around the world. I was able to easily find the text of the British Jewish community's prayer for the royal family (linked here), but there are many longstanding Jewish communities in various monarchies, in Europe and the Commonwealth realms particularly (as well as in more far flung monarchies, like Bahrain). If a prayer does not exist for the royal family of a monarchy with a longstanding Jewish community, I would be interested to know that as well.
Parashat Bechukotai (Israel) / Behar (Diaspora)ends in 1 hour
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