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The holiday of Shavuos takes place on the sixth of Sivan. It commemorates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai.

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There are two times that we read about the giving of the Torah: When we read Yisro and on Shavuos. On both days we read Haftoras of Neviyim going up to Shamayim. On Shavuos we read about Yechezkel … and the Maaseh Merkava, while on Yisro we read Yishayahu's experience. Why do we read them this way and not vice versa (Yeshayahu on Shavuos and Yechezkel on Yisro)? …
asked May 29 '12 by Shmuel Brin