Nusach Eidot HaMizrach is used by Sephardic Jews, based on a number of slightly different but closely related versions of the prayer liturgy from the many countries Sephardic Jews hail from.
Pocket-size weekday Mincha and Aravit siddur with laminated cover.
9 x 12 cm (3 x 5 inches)
Laminated pocket-size mini siddur for Shabbat and weekdays. Published in Israel by Simachon. Sephardic Nusach.
Measures 13 x 9 cm / 5 x 3.5 inches
Et Ratzon Siddur for Shabbos. Features faux leather soft cover with silver accents.
Published in Israel by Simachon. Nusach Eidot HaMizrach.
Measures 16 x 12 cm / 6.3 x 4.7 inches
Pitum HaK'toret written by a trained sofer on genuine parchment.
Rabbi Chayim Palachi writes that reciting Pitum Haketoret, ensures that one’s prayer will ascend directly to the Almighty. This passage from the daily prayers should be...