Tachanun, Ashrei, Aleinu, Shir Shel Yom

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Tachanun

  1. The days that we don't say tachanun include: 1)
  2. The following occasions also warrant no Tachanun: 1)Wedding 2)Brit Milah...3)Siyum Maasechet [1]
  3. Wedding: The bride or groom within seven days of their wedding.
  4. Brit Milah: The father, Tzandak (holder of the baby), and the Mohel on the day of the Brit.

Tachanun of Monday and Thursday

Interruptions during Ashrei

Uva Letzion

Aleinu

  1. Sh"t Yabea Omer 4:13 writes that one doesn't say Tachanun in the davening right before a siyum just like the mishna in Taanit (31a) says that in they made a holiday on Tu BeAv because certain families finished for the season the mitzvah of chopping wood for the Bet HaMikdash. see: http://dailyhalacha.com/Display.asp?ClipID=596