It’s the 11th 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

 

Name
Sefira level Shevat(Male, Hod), Chokmah (year 5780) of Yessod (decade) of Hod (Century) of Yessod (Millennia)
Zodiac Sign Aquarius  ב
Letter of the month  צ
Planet  Saturn – שבתאי
Tribe Joseph
Priestly stone  Onyx

 

Tzadikim for this month

Day of Month Name and short info Known as
2

Rabbi Menahem Mendel ben Abraham Krochmal

Rabbi Menahem Mendel ben Abraham Krochmal (c. 1600 – 1661) was a Moravian rabbi born in Kraków  and a famus Talmudist

Bayis Chadash
2

Rabbi Meshulam Zusha of Anipoli

Chassidic leader, brother of Rabbi Elimelech of Lizensk.

Rebbe, Reb Zusha
4

Rabbi Yisrael Abuchatzeirah

Kabbalist, mircale worker

Known as “Baba Sali”

Baba Sali
4

Abraham HaKohen of Kalisk

Rabbi Abraham HaKohen of Kalisk (1741–1810) was a prominent Chassidic rabbi of the 3rd generation of Chassidic leaders. He was a disciple of Dov Ber of Mezeritch

 
5

Rabbi Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter of Ger

Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter (1847–1905), also known by the title of his main work, the Sfas Emes, was a Hasidic rabbi who succeeded his grandfather, Rabbi Yitzchak Meir Alter, as the av beis din (head of the rabbinical court) and Rav of Góra Kalwaria, Poland (known in Yiddish as the town of Ger), and succeeded the Rebbe, Reb Heynekh of Alexander, as Rebbe of the Gerrer Hasidim.

Chassidic leader Kabbalist and talmudist.

Sefat Emet
7

Rabbi Nathan David Rabinowitz

Kabbalist, a gaon in Torah and famous in his time with a clear understanding of the hidden Torah

The Rebbe of Pertzova
7

Rabbi David of Lelov

Chassidic leader, student of the Chozeh of Lublin.

 
8

Rabbi David HaLevi Segal

Rabbi David ha-Levi Segal (c. 1586 – 20 February 1667), also known as the Turei Zahav (abbreviated Taz (ט”ז)) after the title of his significant halakhic commentary on the Shulchan Aruch, was one of the greatest Polish rabbinical authorities.

Turei Zahav
9

Rabbi Ezra of Gerona

Famous Kabbalist

 
9

Rabbi Nissim ben Reuven

Rabbi Nissim ben Reuven of Girona Catalonia, was an influential talmudist and authority on Jewish law. One of the last of the great Spanish medieval Talmudic scholars

the RaN or the RaNbaR
10

Rabbi Shalom ben Yosef Shabazi

Kabbalist, the gretaest Yemenite poet

Aba Shalom Shabazi
10

Rabbi Daniel frisch

A Kabbalist commentator of the Zohar, known as ‘Matok Midevash’

 
10

Rabbi Shalom Sharabi

Rabbi Shalom Sharabi, also known as the Rashash was a Yemenite-Israeli Jewish Rabbi, Halachist, Chazzan and Kabbalist.

Rashash
10

Rabbi Meir ben Isaac Katzenellenbogen

Rabbi Meir ben Isaac Katzenellenbogen (c. 1482 – 12 January 1565) (also, Meir of Padua, or Maharam Padua, Hebrew: מאיר בן יצחק קצנלנבויגן) was a German rabbi born in Katzenelnbogen.

Maharam Padua
10

Rabbi Shalom Sharabi

Rabbi Sar Shalom Sharabi (Hebrew: שר שלום מזרחי דידיע שרעבי‎), also known as the Rashash, the Shemesh or Ribbi Shalom Mizraḥi deyedi`a Sharabi (1720–1777), was a Yemenite Rabbi, Halachist, Chazzan and Kabbalist. In later life, he became the Rosh Yeshiva of Bet El Yeshiva in the Old City of Jerusalem. His daughter married Rabbi Hayyim Abraham Gagin of Jerusalem, making him the great-great-grandfather of Shem Tob Gaguine, the “Keter Shem Tob.” His grandson was Chief Rabbi Chaim Abraham Gagin.

the Rashash, the Shemesh
10

Rabbi Yosef Yitchak Schneerson of Lubavitch

The 6th Lubavitcher Rebbe

Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn was an Orthodox rabbi and the sixth Rebbe of the Chabad Lubavitch chasidic movement. He is also known as the Frierdiker Rebbe, the Rebbe RaYYaTz, or the Rebbe Rayatz.

 
12

Rabbi Raphael Pinto

Rabbi Raphael Pinto was a man fervently and unequivocally connected to the service of G-d and the performance of mitzvot

 
12

Rabbi Chaim Kapusi of Cairo

Rabbi Chaim was one of the noted rabbis of Egypt, a Torah sage who knew the revealed and the secret Torah.

 
13

Rabbi Mordecai of Lechovitz.

Early Hassidic leader,  set up his own court in Lechovitz.

 
14

Rabbi Daniel Frisch

A Kabbalist commentator of the Zohar, known as ‘Matok Midevash’

Matok MiDvash
14

Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan

Rabbi Aryeh Moshe Eliyahu Kaplan was an American Orthodox rabbi and author known for his knowledge of physics and kabbalah.

 
15 All the Tzadikim  
16

Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Schwadron

Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Schwadron (1835 – 1911) (Hebrew: שלום מרדכי בן משה הכהן שוודרן) was known by his acronym Maharsham. He was a foremost halachic authority and his main works “Shailos Uteshuvos Maharsham” and “Daas Torah” are widely studied sources of practical Jewish law.

Maharsham
16

Rabbi David of Kolomai

A student of the Baal Shem Tov.

 
17

Rabbi Yechezkel Taub, from Kuzimer

The 6th Admor of Kuzmir

Rabbi Yechezkel Haskel TAUB (KUZMIR) TOB
17

Rabbi Moshe of Kitov

A hidden Tzadik, one of the first students of the Baal Shem Tov.

 
17

Rabbi Chaim Palagi

Rabbi of Izmir (Turkey), kabbalist, halachist.

 
18

Rabbi Moshe Kalphon Hacohen

Rabbi Moshe was appointed as a member of the rabbinical court of Djerba (serving together with Rabbi Zvi Hacohen Yehonatan and Rabbi Mordechai Emaus Cohen)

Ramach
20

Asher – Son of Yaakov

Head of the tribe

 
21

Rabbi Moshe Galante II of Jerusalem

Kabbalist and Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem during the second half of the 17th century.

HaMagen
22

Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson

Chaya Mushka (Moussia) Schneerson (March 16, 1901 – February 10, 1988), referred to by Lubavitchers as The Rebbetzin, was the wife of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the seventh and last Rebbe (spiritual leader) of the Chabad-Lubavitch branch of Hasidic Judaism

 
22

Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Kotzk

He was known for having acquired impressive Talmudic and Kabbalistic knowledge at an early age

Chassidic leader.

Kotzker Rebbe
23

Rabbi Yaakov Chaim Israel Refael Alfiya

Kabalist, Known as an expert in the visible and hidden Tora

 
24

Rabbi Saul Levi Morteira

Rabbi Saul Levi Morteira or Mortera (c. 1596  – 10 February 1660) was a Dutch rabbi of Portuguese descent.

 
25

Rabbi Israel Salanter

Rabbi Yisrael ben Ze’ev Wolf Lipkin, also known as “Israel Salanter” or “Yisroel Salanter”, was the father of the Musar movement in Orthodox Judaism and a famed Rosh yeshiva and Talmudist

 
27

Rabbi Yaakov Edelstein

Rav of Bnei Brak’s Neot Yosef neighborhood and Yeshivas Tiferes Moshe

 
28

Rabbi Nissim Peretz

Rabbi Nissim Peretz a Kabbalist founded the Beis El congregration in Bnei Brak, including a Beis Midrash and synagogue, a yeshiva ketana called Mesilas Yesharim Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato, a Talmud Torah called Toras Yeshayahu, a kollel avreichim for intensive study in halacha, a midnight kollel in which elite and scholarly avreichim would illuminate the hidden Torah from midnight until sunrise.

 
28

Rabbi Avrohom Bornsztain

Rabbi Avrohom Bornsztain (14 October 1838 – 7 February 1910), also spelled Avraham Borenstein or Bernstein, was a leading posek in late-nineteenth-century Europe and founder and first Rebbe of the Sochatchover Hasidic dynasty. He is known as the Avnei Nezer (“Stones of the Crown”) after the title of his posthumously-published set of Torah responsa, which is widely acknowledged as a halakhic classic.

Avnei Nezer (“Stones of the Crown”)