ABOUT US - THE VISION
Judaism and tradition - To be far away from home, yet to feel at home.
The Chabad Lubavitch Centre of Bengaluru (Bangalore) and the reign is dedicated to providing a positive Jewish experience for every Jew regardless of background, philosophy, or level of commitment. An open door environment for strengthening and enhancing Jewish life, the Center serves individuals and families in North India.
In 2008 Rabbi Mordechai Tzvi Dovid & Noa Rivkin set out to devote themselves to help bring Jews of varied backgrounds together to celebrate and grow in Jewish tradition and knowledge. Their journey has taken them to Bengaluru, India. Where they formed the Chabad Lubavitch Center, and began hosting cultural programs and providing for the Jewish needs of the various communities. They have since been joined by four beautiful sons, Menachem Mendel, Shneor Zalman, Shalom Dov Ber, Levi Yitzchok. and Chaya Mushkah.
About the staff:
About the Center:
Kosher Food Store
Judaic & Gift Shop
After School Program
Anti-Cult & Missionary
Kosher Catering Service
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Instruction
Holiday Awareness Program
Mezuzah and Tefillin Checking
The Chabad Lubavitch center in Bengaluru was opened by the hed emissaries to Mumbai Rabbi Gavriel Noach and Rivkah Holtzberg, May G-d avenge his blood. (Mumbai 26.11.2008) We will set into motion his vision and bidding that Judaism flourish and new youthful life be infused in Bengaluru - India, We are taking the initiative and actively helping every Jew whoever he/she may be.
Rabbi Gavriel Noach and Rivkah Holtzberg HY"D
ABOUT THE LUBAVITCHER REBBI OB"M
Captain of the Jewish ship in our generation
The Lubavitcher Rebbi OB”M, captain of the Jewish ship in our generation who Cared for every Jew regardless of who he/she is, sent his emissaries all over the world wherever Jews are, in order to imbue them with vibrant Jewish vitality and to assist them in all facets of life with true concern and love for every Jew. The Rebbi viewed extending one’s hand to another Jew as a top priority goal.
For more information about the global Chabad Lubavitch movement and its philosophy, Please Click Here
ABOUT THE 'OHEL' - Ohel Chabad - Lubavitch
"The Ohel" is where the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory
"The Ohel" is where the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, was laid to rest on the 3rd of Tammuz 5754 (June 12, 1994), next to his father-in-law, the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Y. Schneersohn, of righteous memory.
The term Ohel (lit. "tent") refers to the structure built over the resting place of a Tzaddik, a righteous person. (see: Background)
Anyone who had the good fortune to meet the Rebbe during his lifetime can relate the unparalleled attention and love that he offered each individual, regardless of background, situation or degree of religious involvement. Whether they came for blessing, advice, or encouragement, men and women from all walks of life found solace in the Rebbe's kind words and luminous visage. Anyone who stood in his presence - even for a moment - could not leave without being deeply affected, if not changed by their encounter, an extraordinary experience that people carry with them to this day.
Our Sages declare that the Righteous are even greater after their passing than during their lifetime, and the constant stream of visitors to the Rebbe's resting place (the Ohel) from every sector of the Jewish nation testifies to the powerful truth of their words. The Ohel has become a center, the place where thousands come and continue to receive inspiration and blessing from the Rebbe.
There are various observances related to visiting the Ohel, such as removing leather shoes before entering, and more (see: Appropriate Conduct). But most important is the spiritual preparation of accepting a new good-deed and spiritual stock-taking.
The most convenient way to access the Ohel is through the Visitor Center, which is open 24 hours-a-day, six days a week.
If unable to come in person one may join the thousands who send their letters via postal mail, fax or e-mail to be placed at the Ohel.
How to Send a letter please Click here
Directions to the Ohel please Click here