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Many of the laws of lighting candles on Yom Tov are the same as for Shabbat. So this page is primarily for the halachot specific to candle lighting on Yom Tov. For the halachot that apply to lighting candles on Shabbat, see the [[Shabbat Candles]] page.
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Many of the laws of lighting candles on [[Yom Tov]] are the same as for Shabbat. So this page is primarily for the halachot specific to candle lighting on [[Yom Tov]]. For the halachot that apply to lighting candles on Shabbat, see the [[Shabbat Candles]] page.
  
 
==Brachot==
 
==Brachot==
# One should make a Bracha of LeHadlik Ner Shel Yom Tov with Shem Umalchut for the lighting of the candles of Yom Tov. <ref>S"A 514:11, Sh"t Yachava Daat 1:27</ref>
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# One should make a Bracha of LeHadlik Ner Shel [[Yom Tov]] with Shem Umalchut for the lighting of the candles of [[Yom Tov]]. <ref>S"A 514:11, Sh"t Yachava Daat 1:27</ref>
 
# Many poskim advise that the women not say Shehechiyanu at the time of lighting candles, but rather to wait to hear it during the Kiddush. <ref>[http://www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/776128/Rabbi_Hershel_Schachter/Reishit_Bikkurim:_A_Guide_to_Shavuot_Observance Rav Hershel Schachter in a published pamphlet about Hilchot Shavuot] (p. 4)</ref>
 
# Many poskim advise that the women not say Shehechiyanu at the time of lighting candles, but rather to wait to hear it during the Kiddush. <ref>[http://www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/776128/Rabbi_Hershel_Schachter/Reishit_Bikkurim:_A_Guide_to_Shavuot_Observance Rav Hershel Schachter in a published pamphlet about Hilchot Shavuot] (p. 4)</ref>
# The accepted minhag is that a women say the brachot of hadlakat nerot prior to lighting candles of Yom Tov. <ref>[http://www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/776128/Rabbi_Hershel_Schachter/Reishit_Bikkurim:_A_Guide_to_Shavuot_Observance Rav Hershel Schachter in a published pamphlet about Hilchot Shavuot] (p. 4)</ref>
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# The accepted minhag is that a women say the brachot of hadlakat nerot prior to lighting candles of [[Yom Tov]]. <ref>[http://www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/776128/Rabbi_Hershel_Schachter/Reishit_Bikkurim:_A_Guide_to_Shavuot_Observance Rav Hershel Schachter in a published pamphlet about Hilchot Shavuot] (p. 4)</ref>
 
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Revision as of 13:59, 31 March 2013

Many of the laws of lighting candles on Yom Tov are the same as for Shabbat. So this page is primarily for the halachot specific to candle lighting on Yom Tov. For the halachot that apply to lighting candles on Shabbat, see the Shabbat Candles page.

Brachot

  1. One should make a Bracha of LeHadlik Ner Shel Yom Tov with Shem Umalchut for the lighting of the candles of Yom Tov. [1]
  2. Many poskim advise that the women not say Shehechiyanu at the time of lighting candles, but rather to wait to hear it during the Kiddush. [2]
  3. The accepted minhag is that a women say the brachot of hadlakat nerot prior to lighting candles of Yom Tov. [3]

Sources