Sivan is the third 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 (Exodus 26:19,20)
Sequence from 42 letters name (Ana B’Choach)
Sefira level Sivan(Female, Tiferet), Chokmah (year 5780) of Yessod (decade) of Hod (Century) of Yessod (Millennia)
Zodiac Sign

Gemini- ז

Letter of the month


Planet  כוכב- Mercury
Tribe Levi- לוי
Priestly stone Emerald ברקת

Tzadikim for this month


Rabbi Eliezer David Greenwald

Rabbi Eliezer David Greenwald (1867-1928) was a rabbi and head of a yeshiva in the cities of Tzehlim (today Deutschkreutz in Austria)


Rabbi Ovadiah ben Abraham of Bertinoro

Rabbi Ovadiah ben Abraham of Bertinoro (Hebrew: עובדיה בן אברהם מברטנורא‎; c. 1445 – c. 1515), commonly known as “The Bartenura”, was a 15th-century Italian rabbi best known for his popular commentary on the Mishnah


Rabbi Ovadiah ben Abraham of Bartenura

Rabbi Ovadiah ben Abraham of Bartenura (Hebrew: עובדיה בן אברהם מברטנורא‎‎) (c. 1445 – c. 1515) was a 15th-century Italian rabbi best known for his popular commentary on the Mishnah, commonly known as “The Bartenura”. A spiritual leader


Rabbi Yaakov Shimshon of Shepetovka

Chassidic leader.


King David

The 2nd king of Israel, his son King Solomon(Shlomo) built the First Temple.

David HaMelech

Rabbi Yisrael ben Eliezer

The Baal Shem Tov. Founder of the Chassidic movement.

Baal Shem Tov

Avraham ben Avraham

A Ger Tzedek (righteous convert), burned at the stake by the Church in Vilna in 1751.

Ger Tzedek of Vilna

Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac of Zidichov

Chassidic leader.


Rabbi Yisroel (Israel) ben Shmuel of Shklov

Rabbi Yisroel ben Shmuel Ashkenazi of Shklov (c. 1770 – May 22, 1839) was a Talmudist, one of a group of Talmudical scholars of Shklov who were attracted to Vilna by Rabbi Elijah ben Solomon Zalman, known as the Vilna Gaon (1720–97). He was one of “the last arrivals,” and attended upon the Gaon as a disciple for less than a year.


Rabbi Yaakov Chaim Sofer

Rabbi Yaakov Chaim Sofer (Hebrew: יעקב חיים סופר) was a Sephardi Rabbi, Kabbalist, Talmudist and posek. He is the author of Kaf Hachaim, a work of halakha that he came to be known by.

Kaf Hachaim

Rabbi Yihya Yitzhak Halevi

Rabbi Yiḥya Yitzḥak Halevi,  (1867 – 1932), was a Yemeni born rabbinical scholar who served as one of the last great scholars and chief jurists of the rabbinic court at Ṣana‘a, which post he held for nearly thirty years

Mori Yiḥya Yitzḥak

Rabbi Chaim David Samuel Pardo

Rabbi  David Samuel ben Jacob Pardo, a famed Italian rabbinical author and poet


Rabbi Yaakov Mutzafi

Rabbi Yaakov Mutzafi (Hebrew:יעקב מוצפי Ya’aqov Muṣafi; 1899 – May 25, 1983) was the Av Beth Din of the Sephardi Edah HaHaredith, a Kabbalist


Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin

Talmudist and ethicist. Student of The Vilna Gaon.

Reb Chaim
15 All the Tzadikim  

Rabbi Yedidia Raphael Chai Abulafia

Rabbi Yedidia Raphael Chai Abulafia (1806/7 – Tu Sivan, May 1869) was a well-known Kabbalist who served as the head of the Kabbalist Yeshiva of Bethel.


Yehudah (Judah) ben Yaakov Avinu

Yehudah was the Son of Jacob the Patriarch and Leah the Matriarch. He is the founder of the Tribe of Yehudah.


Rabbi Aharon of Karlin II

Chassidic leader. Grandson of Rabbi Aharon of Karlin I.

Beth Aharon

Rabbi Yeruchom Levovitz

Rabbi Yeruchem Halevi Levovitz (Hebrew: ירוחם ליבוביץ‎‎; ca. 1873-1936), also known by his hundreds of students simply as The Mashgiach, was a famous mashgiach ruchani and baal mussar (Jewish Ethics) at the Mir yeshiva in Poland.

The Mashgiach

Rabban Gamaliel II

Rabban Gamaliel II (also spelled Gamliel; Hebrew: רבן גמליאל דיבנה‎) was the first person to lead the Sanhedrin as Nasi after the fall of the second temple, which occurred in 70 CE. Gamliel was appointed nasi approximately 10 years later.


Rabbi Yisachar Dov Ber of Radoshitz

Chassidic leader, student of the Chozeh of Lublin.

Saba Kadisha

Rabbi Abraham Katz Rapoport-Shrenzilsh

Polish Talmudist

Eitan Ha’Ezrachi

Rabbi Yehudah Ibn Atar

Head rabbi of the Jewish community in Fez,Morocco. Kabbalist


Rabbi Yishmael (Ben Elisha) Kohen Gadol

Rabbi Yishmael was the Kohen Gadol (high priest) at the end of the Second Temple period, and one of the Asara Harugei Malchut(Ten Martyrs).


The Tana Raban Shimon Ben Gamliel

Served as the Nassi (president) of Israel in the period following the destruction of the Second Temple. He was the first of the ‘Asara Harugei Malchut’ (Ten Martyrs) executed.


Rabbi Chanina Segan HaKohanim

Tanna – first generation. He was the deputy Kohen Gadol(high priest) at the end of the Second Temple period.


Rabbi Mordechai Tzemach Eliyahu

Rabbi Mordechai Tzemach Eliyahu  was a prominent rabbi, posek, and spiritual leader


Rabbi Ishmael ben Elisha ha-Kohen

Rabbi Ishmael ben Elisha ha-Kohen (Hebrew: רבי ישמעאל בן אלישע כהן גדול‎, “Rabbi Ishmael ben Elisha Kohen Gadol”

Ba’al HaBaraita

The Tana Yonatan Ben Uziel

A major desciple of Hillel. Translated the Torah and Prophets into Arameic.


The Tana Rabbi Chanina Ben Teradion

Rabbi Chanina was a third generation Tana. He was one of the Ten Martyrs (Asarah Harugei Malchut).


Rabbi Yossi ben Kisma

Rabbi Yosi ben Kisma was a third generation Tana and one of the leaders of his generation, although he is mentioned only once in the Mishna.


Rabbi Haninah ben Teradion

Rabbi Haninah ben Teradion or Hananiah ben Teradion (Hebrew: חנניה בן תרדיון) was a teacher in the third Tannaitic generation (2nd century)


Aryeh Lieb (ben Mordecai Ha-Levi) Epstein

Aryeh Löb ben Mordecai Ha-Levi Epstein was a Polish rabbi . At first he refused to become a rabbi, preferring to devote himself entirely to study, but in 1739 he was forced by poverty to accept the rabbinate of Brestovech,

Baal HaPardes

Rabbi Chananya ben Akashya

A fourth generation Tana


Rabbi Chanina ben Akashia

Rabbi Chananya ben Akashya was a fourth generation Tana. In total we only have three teachings from Rabbi Chananyah, one which is well known and is quoted after Torah learning sessions before reciting the kadish. He is buried in Kifar Chananya along with his wife and students


Rabbi Shlomo Kluger

Rabbi Shlomo Kluger was one of the leading halachic authorities and among the most prolific writers of the 19th century

Hamarshak, Hamagid mebrody