Nisan is the first month in the Hebrew Calendar.
Rosh Chodesh – Aspect of Keter
from 2nd of the month to the 8th – aspect of Chokmah
9th to 15th – Binah
16th to 22nd – Zeir Anpin
23rd to End of Month – Malchut

Days of the week and related energy levels
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Chessed Gevurah Tiferet Netzach Hod Yessod Malchut
בלע יובב חושם הדד בן בדד שמלה שאול בעל חנן


Verse (Psalms 96:11)
Sequence from 42 letters name (Ana B’Choach)
Sefira level Nisan(Female, Chessed), Chokmah (year 5780) of Yessod (decade) of Hod (Century) of Yessod (Millennia)
Zodiac Sign Aries ד
Letter of the month  ה
Planet  Mars – מאדים
Tribe Reuben – ראובן
Priestly stone  Ruby


Tzadikim for this month


Nadav and Avihu

Sons of Aharon Hakohen.


Shalom Dov ber Schneerson

Rabbi Shalom Dov ber Schneerson was the fifth Rebbe of the Chabad Lubavitch chasidic movement. He is also known as “the Rebbe Rashab”
His teachings represent the emergence of an emphasis on outreach that later Chabad Rebbes would develop into a major theme.

the Rebbe Rashab

Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Twersky

Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Twersky, Skverer Rebbe (1899-1968)


Rabbi Yosef Karo

Talmudist, codifier of Halachah.

Beis Yosef

Rabbi Yochanan Twersky, of Rachmistrivka

Coming Soon please find info in the hebrew version


Rabbi Tzvi Elimelech Spira

Kabbalist, the author of “Tzemach David”


Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Heschel

of blessed memory: 5515 – 5 Nissan 5585 (1755-March 1825 C.E.)


Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Heshel of Apta

Avraham Yehoshua Heshel of Apt, רבי אברהם יהושע העשיל  popularly known as the Apter Rebbe or Apter Rov, was born in Żmigród, Poland in 1748 and died in Mezhbizh, Russian Empire (now Ukraine) in 1825.

Chassidic leader his main work: אוהב ישראל Oheiv Yisrael

Oheiv Yisrael

Rabbi Hillel HaKohen Klein

Rabbi Klein was one of the most influential Rabbanim in prewar America.


Rabbi Samuel Judah Katzenellenbogen

Rabbi Samuel Judah Katzenellenbogen was an Italian Rabbi, the son of Rabbi Meir Katzenellenbogen.


Rabbi Meir Dan Plotsky

The President of Kollel Polen, a Talmudic scholar who authored the Kli Chemdah, a commentary on the Torah


Rabbi Aharon Roth

Rabbi Aharon Roth or Aaron Rote (Hebrew: אהרן ראטה) known as Reb Arele (1894 − 1947), was a Hungarian Hasidic rebbe and Talmudic scholar

Reb Arele

Rabbi Samuel Judah Katzenellenbogen

Rabbi Samuel Judah Katzenellenbogen (1521 – 25 March 1597) was an Italian Rabbi, the son of Rabbi Meir Katzenellenbogen.


Rabbi Chaim Abulafia

Kabbalist, head of the Jewish court in Tveria (Tiberias).


חכם ששון מזרחי

הצדיק המקובל, חכם ששון מזרחי זצ”ל, מחבר סדרת הספרים בקבלה “באתי לגני”, אשר כל ימיו הסתיר בקפדנות ובעקביות רבה את

עובדת היותו תלמיד חכם גדול, ומקובל מופלא מאין כמוהו, עד שרוב ימיו הצליח למנוע את פרסומו כתלמיד חכם


Rabbi Yitzchak of Drovitch

Rabbi Yitzchak served as the official maggid or “mochiach” (admonisher) and dayan in the beis din of Brod at the time when Rabbi Yitzchak of Hamburg was serving as the town’s rav.


Rabbi Aryeh Yehuda Leib Epstein

Rav Aryeh Yehuda Leib Epstein (Leibush the 2nd)

Leibush the 2nd

Rabbi Yitzchak of Drohovitch

Student of the Baal Shem Tov and a famous Kabbalist of his generation.


Rabbi Mordechai Shapira of Neshchiz

Rabbi Mordechai Shapiro, A.B.D. of Leshnev and Nezkizh (Niesuchojeze, north of Lvov)


Rabbi Yechiel Michel Tucazinsky

Rabbi Yechiel Michel Tucazinsky (1872-1955) is best known for (and referred to as the) Gesher HaChaim



Rabbi Mordechai of Nes’chiz

Chassidic leader


Rabbi Yaakov Tzvi Yalish (Yolles) of Dinov

Rabbi Yaakov Tzvi Yalish (Yolles) of Dinov, the Melo Haro’im book writer


Rabbi Aryeh Levin

Rabbi Aryeh Levin, known as Reb Aryeh, was an Orthodox rabbi dubbed the “Father of Prisoners” for his visits to members of the Jewish underground imprisoned in the Central Prison of Jerusalem in the Russian Compound during the British Mandate

The rabbi (and the father) of the prisoners

Rabbi Chaim Meir Hager,

A member of the Moetzes Gedolei Hatorah (Council of Torah Sages) of the Agudath Israel of Eretz Yisrael; he was the scion of a noble Chassidic dynasty

4th Vizhnitzer Bnei Beraq

Rabbi Yaakov Tzvi Mecklenburg

Rabbi Yaakov Tzvi was great in Torah and very learned in Hebrew, he did not want to become a Rabbi…

Author of “Haketav Vehakabbalah”

Rabbi Shalom Mashash

Rabbi Shalom Mashash, Jerusalem’s Chief Sephardi Rabbi, 90


Rabbi Shalom Mashash

Rabbi Shalom Mashash, Jerusalem’s Chief Sephardi Rabbi, 90


Rabbi Henoch Leibowitz

Alter Chanoch Henoch Leibowitz was an Orthodox rabbi who was rosh yeshiva of Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yisrael Meir HaKohen, which was founded by his father Rabbi Dovid Leibowitz in 1933


Rabbi Yaakov Tzvi Mecklenburg

Rabbi Yaakov Tzvi Mecklenburg was the Rav of Koenigsburg for 34 years

The Author of Haketav Vehakabbalah

Miriam the Prophetess

Sister of Moshe and Aharon.


Rabbi Moses ben Nahman

Moses ben Nahman (מֹשֶׁה בֶּן־נָחְמָן‎ Mōšeh ben-Nāḥmān, “Moses son of Nahman”; 1194–1270), commonly known as Nachmanides was a leading medieval Jewish scholar, Sephardic rabbi, philosopher, physician, kabbalist, and biblical commentator.


Rabbi Isaiah or Yeshayahu ben Avraham Horowitz

Rabbi Isaiah or Yeshayahu ben Avraham Horowitz (Hebrew: ישעיה בן אברהם הלוי הורוויץ), (c. 1555 – March 24, 1630), also known as the Shelah haqQaddosh (השל”ה הקדוש “the holy Shelah”) after the title of his best-known work, was a prominent Levite rabbi and mystic

Shelah HaqQaddosh

Rabbi Moshe Ben Nachman (Nachmanides)

Commentator, talmudist, kabbalist.


Rabbi Yeshaya Horowitz

Talmudist, kabbalist, rabbi.

HaShelah Hakodosh

Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Lifshitz

Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Lifshitz  the renewer of Hemdat Shlomo

In the world of the Torah, Rabbi Lifschitz was considered as a gaon (genius)  in Poland

Hemdat Shlomo

Rabbi Joseph ( Yosef) Karo

Rabbi Joseph ben Ephraim Karo, also spelled Yosef Caro, or Qaro (1488 – March 24, 1575, 13 Nisan 5335 A.M.), was author of the last great codification of Jewish law, the Shulchan Aruch, which is still authoritative for all Jews pertaining to their respective communities. To this end he is often referred to as HaMechaber (Hebrew: “The Author”‎‎) and as Maran (Aramaic: “Our Master”)


Rabbi Moshe Alshich

Popularly referred to as Alshich. Commentator, kabbalist.

Alshich Hakadosh

Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn

Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn, famed as the “Tzemach Tzedek” after his magnum opus on Talmudic law, was born on the eve of Rosh Hashana 5549 (1789),

Tzemach Tzedek

Rabbi Avraham Yaffen

Rosh Yeshivas Novardok (1897-1970). Educated as a youth in the Pinsk Talmud Torah, he then learned under Rabbi Isser Zalman Melter in Slutzk





Rabbi Hai ben Sherira

Rabbi Hai ben Sherira (Hebrew: האי בר שרירא) better known as Hai Gaon (Hebrew: האי גאון), was a medieval Jewish theologian, rabbi and scholar who served as Gaon of the Talmudic academy of Pumbedita during the early 11th century. He was born in 939 and died on March 28, 1038.

Hai Gaon
15 All the Tzadikim  

Rabbi Yona Fraenkel Teomim

  Rabbi of Grodno and Pinsk, Vienna,
“Kikayon DeYonah”
15 Yitzchak Avinu (Isaac the Patriarch)  

Reuben Hoschke HaCohen

Reuben Hoshke HaKohen (Sofer) (died April 3, 1673) (Hebrew: אברהם ראובן הכהן סופר) was a Kabalist and rabbi of Prague


Levi ben Yaakov Avinu

Levi was the son of Yaakov (Jacob) the Patriarch and Leah the Matriarch. He is the founder of the Tribe of Levi.


Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe

Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe (Wilhelm Wolbe, 1914 – April 25, 2005) was a Haredi rabbi born in Berlin in the early part of the twentieth century. He is best known as the author of Alei Shur (Hebrew: עלי שור), a musar classic discussing dimensional growth as it pertains to students of the Talmud. He died in Jerusalem in 2005.


Joseph Ber Soloveitchik

Joseph Ber Soloveitchik (Hebrew: יוסף דב הלוי סולובייצ׳יק ) was a major American Orthodox rabbi and Talmudist


Rabbi Meir Abulafia

Rabbi Meir ben Todros HaLevi Abulafia (/ˈmeɪ.ər həˈleɪvi ˌæbuːˈlæfiə/ MAY-ər hə-LAY-vee AB-oo-LAF-ee-ə; c. 1170 – 1244), also known as the Ramah (Hebrew: הרמ”ה‎) (an acronym of his Hebrew name), was a major Sephardic Talmudist and Halachic authority in medieval Spain.


Rabbi Yehudah Tzvi Brandwein



Rabbi Aharon of Karlin I

Student of the Maggid of Mezritch.


Rabbi Joshua ben Alexander HaCohen Falk

Rabbi Joshua ben Alexander HaCohen Falk (1555 – 29 March 1614) was a Polish Halakhist and Talmudist, best known as the author of the Beit Yisrael commentary on the Arba’ah Turim as well as Sefer Me’irat Enayim (סמ”ע) on Shulkhan Arukh.


Rav Hai Gaon

The last great Babylonian Gaon.


Rabbi Dr. Nathan Birnbaum

Nathan Birnbaum (Hebrew: נתן בירנבוים‎‎; pseudonyms: “Mathias Acher”, “Dr. N. Birner”, “Mathias Palme”, “Anton Skart”, “Theodor Schwarz”, and “Pantarhei”) (16 May 1864 – 2 April 1937) was an Austrian writer and journalist, Jewish thinker and nationalist. A promotion of the Yiddish language; and religious phase (c. 1914–1937) when he turned to Orthodox Judaism .


Rabbi Judah ben Samuel Rosanes

Rabbi Judah ben Samuel Rosanes (1657-1727) was Rabbi of Constantinople and son-in-law of Abraham Rosanes


Rabbi Yitzchak Kalish of Vorki

Chassidic leader


Rabbi Menachem Mendel Taub

Rabbi Menachem Mendel Taub (Hebrew: מנחם מנדל טאוב‎) (1923–2019) was the Rebbe of the Kaliv Hasidic dynasty in Jerusalem, Israel

was experimented, in Auschwitz,  upon by Josef Mengele


Rabbi Moses di Trani

Moses ben Joseph di Trani (Hebrew: משה מטראני‎‎) known by his acronym Mabit (Salonica, Rumelia Eyalet in Ottoman Greece 1505 – Jerusalem, Ottoman Empire 1585) was a 16th-century rabbi in Safed.


Rabbi Moshe of Trani

Moses ben Joseph di Trani  known by his acronym HaMabit (Salonica, Rumelia Eyalet in Ottoman Greece 1505 – Jerusalem, Ottoman Empire 1585) was a 16th-century rabbi in Safed.


Rabbi Chaim of Sanz

Chassidic leader

Divrei Chaim

Rabbi Chaim Halberstam of Sanz

Rabbi Chaim Halberstam of Sanz  (1793–1876) (Hebrew: חיים הלברשטאם מצאנז‎), known as the Divrei Chaim after his magnum opus on halakha

Divrei Chaim

Rabbi Nachman Chazan

Rabbi Nachman Chazan (1813–1884) was a seminal figure in the continuation and growth of Breslov Hasidism in the mid-nineteenth century


Yehoshua (Joshua) Bin-Nun

Leader of Israeli nation after Moses.


Rabbi Aryeh Tzvi Frumer

Rabbi Aryeh Tzvi Frumer was a leading Orthodox rabbi, rosh yeshiva, and posek (halachic authority) in 20th-century Poland


Rabbi Shabtai Horowitz

Rabbi Shabtai Horowitz (Hebrew: שבתי הורוויץ‎; c. 1590 – 12 April 1660) was a rabbi and talmudist, . He was the son of the kabbalist Isaiah Horowitz, and at an early age married the daughter of the wealthy and scholarly Moses Charif of Lublin


Rabbi Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter

Rabbi Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter),  was the third Rebbe of the Gur Hasidic dynasty and one of the most prominent leaders of Polish Jewry

Sfas Emes

Harav Yehudah Meir Shapiro of Shepetovka

Harav Yehudah Meir Shapiro, born in 5520/1760, was the son of Harav Pinchas of Koritz. His father would tell his younger sons to respect their older brother, not only because he was their older brother, but because he was born during the lifetime of the Baal Shem Tov


Rabbi Jehudah (HESKIEL) Bachrach

Rabbi and Talmudist (born in Lithuania )


Abba Shaul

Rabbi Abba Shaul was a third generation Tana that is mentioned in the Mishna


Rabbi Chaim Vital

Kabbalist, and the closest disciple of the great 16th-century kabbalist, the Ari – Rabbi Itzchak Luria.


Rabbi Solomon Ayllon

Rabbi Solomon Ayllon (1660 or 1664 – April 9-10, 1728) was haham of the Sephardic congregations in London and Amsterdam, and a follower of Shabbethai Ẓebi. His name is derived from the town of Ayllon, in what is now the province of Segovia.


Rabbi Jacob Berab

Rabbi Jacob Berab (Hebrew: יעקב בירב), also spelled Berav or Bei-Rav, (1474 – April 3, 1546), was an influential rabbi and talmudist best known for his attempt to reintroduce rabbinic ordination.

Mahari Berav

Rabbi Hayyim ben Joseph Vital

Hayyim ben Joseph Vital (Hebrew: רבי חיים בן יוסף ויטאל;) was a rabbi in Safed and the foremost disciple of Isaac Luria


Rabbi Jacob Emden

Jacob Emden, also known as Ya’avetz (June 4, 1697 – April 19, 1776), was a leading German rabbi and talmudist


Rabbi Yosef HaLevi Ibn Migash

Talmudist, Teacher.