Kuzmir (Hasidic dynasty)

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The town of Kuzmir, known in Polish as Kazimierz Dolny

Kuzmir is a Hasidic dynasty founded by Rebbe Yechezkel Taub (1772–1856), a disciple of Yaakov Yitzchak (the Seer of Lublin). Kuzmir is the Yiddish name of Kazimierz Dolny, a town in present-day Poland.[1]

The present Kuzmir Rebbe is Rabbi Pinchas Moshe Taub,[2] the brother of the present Modzitzer Rebbe, resurrecting the title of Kuzmir Rebbe as the Modzitzer Rebbe is a scion of the Kuzmir dynasty.

Lineage

History

See also

References

  1. ^ Faierstein, Morris M. "YIVO | Kuzmir-Modzits Hasidic Dynasty". www.yivoencyclopedia.org.
  2. ^ "A Collection [36] of Pedigreed Books from Libraries of Rebbes". Bidspirit. Two books which belonged to the Rebbe of Kuzmir Rabbi Pinchas Moshe Taub, in one is an ownership inscription, apparently in his handwriting.


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