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Yahrtzeit of Mother Rachel

Join 1000's of women and men in Prayer worldwide at Kever Rachel in Bet Lechem on the day of the Yartzeit, the passing of Mother Rachel may she be blessed.

​One of the most important days in the month of Cheshvan is the 11th, which commemorates the day of passing of our matriarch Rachel.

​From the first day of the year, the 1st day of Tishrei, the 11th day of Cheshvan is the 41st day. 41 is the numerical value of the Hebrew word “eim,” which means “mother,” thus the 11th of Cheshvan is truly the Jewish Mother’s Day. Since the time of her burial- more than 3000 years ago, the Tomb of Rachel has always been a special place for prayer.

Jews have always visited Kever Rachel on the Yartzeit, because tefillot recited on that day are especially effective. Every year over 100,000 Jews visited Kever Rachel to pray and beseech HaShem for yeshuot and help in the merit of Mother Rochel. Countless individuals have seen incredible yeshuot.

Since the time of her burial- more than 3000 years ago, the Tomb of Rachel has always been a special place for prayer.  To this very day, men and women go to Rachel's Tomb to shed tears and beg "Mother Rachel" to intercede with G-d on their behalf -- for the health of a loved one or for Divine Intervention for those in need.


​Rachel was Jacob’s most beloved wife and was the principal of his household and thus the principal of the entire house of Israel.

Rachel, the childless woman until blessed by Hashem in merit of her prayers who ultimately became the mother of the Jewish People, has become a special symbol of hope for childless women, and all those in need of special blessing -- teaching them the power of prayer.

Hundreds of requests are sent every month to "Tzidkat Rashbi” from Jews worldwide, requesting prayers to be said on behalf of the ill, the childless and those in need of a special blessing.

You can feel and be part of this awe inspiring time. Tzidkat Rashbi - Mosdot Rochel Imeinu will be reciting your prayers in Beth Le’Chem at the tomb of Mother Rachel on the day the Yartzeit. These prayers have a special segula to bring deliverance to anyone who is needy in health, children, parnassa, finding one's mate and being guarded from all evil.

Yeshivat Msodot Rochel Imeinu  conducts a daily “Pideyon Nefesh” (soul redemption) prayer in accordance with Kabalistic teachings. Be a partner with this holy instituion and merit the blessings of Rochel Imeinu.

Do not miss this opportunity! 100's of Success Stories. B'ezrat Hashem you are next!



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