- ITEM #: 158
- ISBN: 158
- Binding: Hard Cover
- Published by: Feldheim Publishers
I would buy another one of these in the large size were it available. I would buy several of them if they were of a larger size, with large print for those of us who are older.
It is the best tikun I have ever seen
No doubt, I recommend to every family and every barmitzvah boy to have it at home
it it the most perfect chumash , that have the taamim in perfections, without printing errors .
I am waiting, to see when it will be available again
I would like to send as gifts for many relatives ...
My recommendation to feldheim , to print a bigger size , no matter if it is oversized , because many old people , after reading for a longtime , their eyes are tired , they have difficulties to see some nekudot.
Best Tikun I have ever seen out of the dozen or so I came across or used. In the first edition I only found one or two mistakes that were corrected in subsequent editions.
I have been using this tikun for several years now. The print is very clear. The two sides of the leining , with and without the nekudot and teamim, are parallel and opposite each other line by line which makes it very easy to find the correponding word to check. the layout of the page is the way many modern torahs are actually written, so that it appears exactly as it does in many torahs. There are also many helpful notes for both novice and experienced leiners. For example, if there are several places in the parsha which have the same or similar phrases in them, the notes can help to learn the cantillation for them. it also indicates shva na and nach as well as many other finer points of leining. It also has indicators for the beginning and end of readings for special leining days, as well as weekdays.
My favourite printed tikun.