Uman Rosh Hashana
Pilgrimage to Rebbe Nachman’s grave Tomb of Nachman of Breslov
Rebbe Nachman of Uman helps your prayer. His gravesite is the gate of prayer. Since Rebbe Nachman is the Master of Prayer, his chief disciple Rebbe Natan said, “My entire hope, my entire desire, is to reach the gravesite of the Rebbe, to taste the flavor of true prayer”.
Rosh Hashana is an especially wonderful time to go to Uman. Rebbe Nachman says, “Anyone who listens to me, who considers me their Rebbe, should come to me for Rosh Hashana – no one should be absent!
Every Rosh Hashana, there is a major pilgrimage by over 30,000 of Hasidim and others from around the world to the burial site of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. Rebbe Nachman spent the last five months of his life in Uman and specifically requested to be buried here. Before his death he solemnly promised to intercede on behalf of anyone who would come to pray on his grave on Rosh Hashana, “be he the worst of sinners”.
Tzidkat Rashbi will have a special messenger reciting your prayers in Uman this Rosh Hashanna.
If you can’t be there, send a prayer with a messenger.