The last remaining Breslov Chassidim in Uman

Due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, many Breslov Chassidim who live in Uman left to neighboring countries and Israel in the last few days. Around 25 Chassidim remain in Uman, among them are some of the staff at the Breslov Union in Uman (The Ichud Breslov). There are rocket sirens going…

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Rav Moshe Kramer visits Kerestir

Rav Moshe Kramer who is one of the leaders of Breslov in Mea Shearim went on a Kevarim trip in Ukraine with his son in law and some of his grandchildren. This past Monday (Feb. 14th), they visited the Tziyon of Rav Shayele of Kerestir and a meal was made in their…

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Breslov Bar Band with a new release called Holy Chutzpah

Founded in 2010, the Breslov Bar Band explores the traditional and contemporary music of the Breslov Chassidim, filtered through 21st-century NYC-based musical vocabulary. The band members blend their deep connection to Jewish music with their strong roots in rock, funk, reggae, klezmer, and improvisational music, imaginatively interpreting these rich melodies in a…

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The Potency of Prayer – New book by Chaim Kramer

Breslov Research Institute has recently published a new book by Chaim Kramer called The Potency of Prayer. Here is a bit of the description of the book from BRI's website: The Potency of Prayer, based on the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772-1810), a leading Chassidic master, and his closest disciple,…

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The story of how Rav Noson of Breslov passed away

Tomorrow night and the next day (Monday Night & Tuesday day December 13-14, 2021) is Rav Noson's Yortzeit. Last year The Meshech HaNachal Publishing company released a special booklet about Rav Noson and the days leading up to his passing with added stories and historical information. Here is a link to the…

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