Month of Tevet 5780

It’s the 10th month in the Hebrew Calendar.

Name  היהו
Sefira level Tevet (Male, Netzach), Chokmah (year 5780) of Yessod (decade) of Hod (Century) of Yessod (Millennia)
Zodiac Sign  Capricorn ב
Letter of the month  ע
Planet  Saturn – שבתאי
Tribe  Asher
Priestly stone  chrysolite (aquamarine)


Tzadikim for this month

1 Rabbi Yair Chayim Bacharach
Rabbi Yair Chayim Bacharach  was a German rabbi and major 17th century posek
1 Rabbi Masoud Refael Alfasi of Tunisia
Leader of the Tunisian Jewish community.
3 Rabbi David ben Baruch HaKohen Azog
Kabbalist from a long line of Tzadikim, a miracle worker
Baba Doudu
3 Rabbi Avraham of Stretin
Chassidic leader. Son of the tzaddik Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi of Stretin.
3 Rabbi Yaacov Cohen Gadisha of Jerba
5 Rabbi Shlomo Molcho
A Kabbalist with prophetic visions. Died on Kidush HaShem, sanctification of God’s Name
6 Rabbi Yechezkel Shraga of Shiniava
Chassidic leader, son of Rabbi Chaim of Tzanz.
Divrei Yechezkal
7 Rabbi Mordechai Yosef Leiner
Rabbi Mordechai Yosef Leiner of Izbica was a rabbinic Hasidic thinker and founder of the Izhbitza-Radzyn dynasty of Hasidic Judaism.
7 Rabbi Tzvi
Son of the Baal Shem Tov. Lead the Chassidic movement for one year.
7 Rabbi Baruch of Kaminka
Student of the Baal Shem Tov
9 Rabbi Azriel of Gerona
Azriel of Gerona, also known as Azriel ben Menahem (Heb. עזריאל בן מנחם) (c. 1160 – c. 1238), was one of the most important kabbalists in the Catalan
9 Rabbi Avraham Chaim Shur
One of the great Torah leaders of Galacia, served as the Head of the Beit Din in Belz
9 Ezra the Scribe
Ezra (/ˈɛzrə/; Hebrew: עזרא, ‘Ezrā fl. 480–440 BCE), also called Ezra the Scribe (עזרא הסופר, Ezra ha-Sofer) and Ezra the Priest in the Book of Ezra, was a Jewish scribe (sofer) and priest (kohen)
Ezra ha-Sofer
9 Rabbi Yeshua Besis of Tunisia
Rabbi of Tunis, Kabbalist.
9 Rabbi Ezra
Teacher of the Ramban in Kabbalah.
10 Rabbi Nathan (Noson) Sternhartz
Rabbi Nathan of Breslov (January 22, 1780 – December 20, 1844), also known as Reb Noson, born Nathan Sternhartz, was the chief disciple and scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, founder of the Breslov Hasidic dynasty
Reb Noson
10 Rabbi Nathan of Breslov
Nathan of Breslov (January 22, 1780 – December 20, 1844), also known as Reb Noson, born Nathan Sternhartz, was the chief disciple and scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, founder of the Breslov Hasidic dynasty
Reb Noson
10 Zechariah The Prophet
A prophet during the Second Temple era.
10 Malachi The Prophet
A prophet during the Second Temple era.
11 Rabbi Moshe Biderman –The Lelover Rebbe
Kabbalist, From his youth, Rabbi Moshe acquired Torah and Chassidut from his holy father, as well as from his father’s Rav, the Chozeh of Lublin, who spoke enthusiastically of him.
11 Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ullmann
Served as Chief Rabbi of Mako (near Szeged) at a time of turbulent religious struggles in the community.The second Rabbi of Mako Hungary Solomon Ullman (1826–63).
“אב”ד מאקווע”, “מח”ס יריעות שלמה”, “Zalman”
12 Rabbi Natan Shapira
Student of Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, the ARI.
Megale Amukot
13 Rabbi Tzvi Hirsh Shmuelkes
Student of the Baal Shem Tov.
14 Rabbi Jacob Joshua Falk
Rabbi Jacob Joshua Falk (Hebrew: יעקב יהושע פלק‎) (also: Yaakov Yehoshua ben Tzvi Hirsch, or Yaakov Yehoshua Falk – see Note on the name “Joshua Falk”) 1680 – January 16, 1756) was a Polish and German rabbi and Talmudist, known as the Pnei Yehoshua
Pnei Yehoshua
15 All the Tzadikim
15 Rabbi Samuel ibn Naghrillah
Rabbi Samuel ibn Naghrillah also known as Samuel HaNagid (born 993; died after 1056), was a medieval Spanish Talmudic scholar, grammarian, philologist, soldier, merchant, politician, and an influential poet who lived in Iberia at the time of the Moorish rule. His poetry was one area through which he was well known. He was perhaps the most politically influential Jew in Muslim Spain.
Samuel HaNagid
16 Rabbi David Tebele
Rabbi David Tebele was great in Torah and famous in his generation
17 Rabbi Salman Mutzfi
Kabbalist, student of Rabbi Yehuda Fetaya
17 Rabbi Yaakov Krantz
An outstanding darshan(preacher), using stories and parables to transmit deeper ethical and moral teachings.
The Maggid of Dobnow
18 Rabbi Tzvi Elimelech of Dinov – The Bnei Yissas’char
18 Rabbi Tzvi Elimelech of Dinov
Chassidic leader, Kabbalist.
Bnei Yissas’char
18 Rabbi Huna bar Mar Zutra & Rabbi Mesharshya bar Pakod
Leaders of Babylonian Jewry, who were arrested by Persian officials, sparking a wave of persecution of the Jews of Babylonia. They were executed in Pumpedita, 470 CE., on the same day.The letter of Rabbi Sherira Gaon records that Huna bar -son of- Mar Zutra and Mesharshya bar Pakod were executed on the 18th of Tevet, 470 CE.Rabbi Mesharshya bar brei -son of the son of- d’ Rabbi Acha bar Rav may be the Mesharshya that Rabbi Sherirah Gaon was referring to.
18 Rabbi Moshe Kalfon Ha-Cohen of Jerba
Scholar and leader of the ancient Kohanim community of Jerba, Tunisia.
20 Rabbi Yaakov Abuhatzeira
Rabbi Yaakov Abuhatzeira, also known as the Abir Yaakov and Abu Hasira (1806–1880), was a leading Moroccan-Jewish rabbi of the 19th century.
Abir Yaakov and Abu Hasira
20 Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (Rambam, Maimonides)
Halachist, commentator, philosopher.
20 Rabbi Yaakov Abuchatzeira
Kabbalist, Torah commentator, Halachist.
Abir Yakov
21 Rabbi Yisrael Dov of Vilednik
The Maggid of Vilednik, a great Tzaddik and miracle worker
Maggid of Vilednik
21 Rabbi Leib Mochiach of Polnoi
Rabbi Yehuda Leib Mochiach was one of the first students of the Baal Shem Tov.
22 Rabbi Shulem Moshkovitz
Rabbi Shulem Moshkovitz, known as the Shotzer Rebbe, was born in Suceava, Romania. He was a descendant of the famed chasidic Rebbe Yechiel Mikhl of Zlotshov
24 Rabbi Naphtali Cohen
Naphtali Cohen (1649–1718), also known as Naphtali HaKohen Katz, was a Russo-German rabbi and kabalist born in Ostrowo in Ukraine.
Naphtali HaKohen Katz
24 Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi
Founder of Chabad Chassidut.
Baal HaTanya
24 Miriam Mizrachi
Miriam Mizrahi , popularly known as ha-koveset (the laundress), to have been a pious miracle worker who helped countless people with severe fertility problems in the mid-twentieth century.
HaKoveset (the Laundress)
26 Rabbeinu Avraham bar Dovid miPosquires
Rabbeinu Avraham bar Dovid miPosquires (Ra’avad) (c.1125 – 1198) was a Provençal rabbi, a prolific commentator on the Talmud
27 Rabbi Shimshon Raphael Hirsch
Rabbi Shimshon Raphael Hirsch, (1808-1888). Hirsch was born in Hamburg, Germany. His father, though a merchant, devoted his time to Torah studies
29 HaRav Yitzhak Kaduri
Harav Yitzchak Kaduri ,  died January 28, 2006), was a renowned Mizrahi Haredi rabbi and kabbalist
who devoted his life to Torah study and prayer on behalf of the Jewish people.
29 Rabbi Yehoshua Yehuda Leib Diskin
Rabbi Yehoshua Yehuda Leib Diskin (1818–1898), also known as the Maharil Diskin, was a leading rabbi, Talmudist and Biblical commentator
1974 Rabbi Salman Mutzfi
Kabbalist, student of Rabbi Yehuda Fetaya
1974 Rabbi Salman Mutzfi
Kabbalist, student of Rabbi Yehuda Fetaya