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Parsha Bechukotai

Parsha Bechukotai

Parsha Bechukotai is he thirty-third portion in the annual reading cycle and the tenth and final portion in the book of Leviticus.  Bechukotai is translated as “in my laws“. I found four different spellings – “Bechukotai”, “Bechuqotai”, “Bechukosai”, or “Bəḥuqothai”.

Parsha Bechukotai Summary

Parsha Bechukotai closes the book of Leviticus. It discusses the blessings and curses based upon the actions of Israel. It ends with the instructions concerning vows and the consecration of people and property.

Bechukotai is the second Hebrew word in the text below. It is highlighted in read. To discover more about this Torah portion hit the more button below.