Passover Hagadah of the Bukharian Jews in Hebrew - Russian Linear Transliteration with Halakhot
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The Passover Hagadah, Bukharian Edition
The first night of Pesah (outside of Israel, the first two nights) is known as Lel Haseder. The word Seder refers to the orderly progression of fifteen steps that begins with Kadesh (sanctification of the day over wine), Urhats (washing the hands without a blessing), Karpas (eating less than a kazayit of this vegetable), etc., and culminates with Nirtsah (our prayer that after all the spiritual heights attained at the Seder, we request to find favor in Hashem's eyes). The word Seder also hints to the fact that this is a different kind of progression.