A shofar is a horn, traditionally made from a ram's horn, that is used in Jewish religious ceremonies. The shofar is blown to mark important occasions, such as the start of the new month, the day of atonement, and the end of the annual cycle of Torah readings. The shofar is also blown to signal the start of the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur holidays.
Yemenite shofars are a type of shofar are known for their distinctive shape and sound. They are made from the horns of the kudu, a type of antelope found in Africa, and are typically longer and more curved than other types of shofars. Yemenite shofars are prized for their unique, high-pitched sound, which is produced by the natural shape of the horn and the skill of the craftsman in carving it.
In Jewish tradition, the shofar is an important symbol of repentance, renewal, and the call to return to God. It is believed to have the power to awaken the soul and inspire spiritual growth. The shofar is also a symbol of the ancient Israelites, who used the horn to communicate.
Size 60-70 cm / 23.6"-27.6"
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