- Note: A Hasidic dynasty usually has some or all of the following characteristics:
- It was originally founded by an outstanding spiritual leader, often known as an ADMOR (abbreviation for ADoneinu MOreinu Rabeinu ("our master, our teacher and our rabbi") or simply as Rebbe (or "the Rebbe") and at times called "The Ruv" ("the rabbi") and sometimes referred to in English as a "Grand Rabbi";
- It usually continues beyond the initial leader's lifetime by succession (usually by a selected member or family descendant);
- It is usually named after a key town in Eastern Europe where the founder may have been born or lived, or where the group began to grow and flourish;
- It has had (or once had) followers who, through time, continue following successive leaders (rebbes) or may even continue as a group without one leader by following the precepts of a deceased leader.yi:קאַטעגאָריע:חסידישע הויפן
“The Biala (or Byala, Biale) Hasidic dynasty originated from Poland. The Rebbes of Biala are...Biala (Hasidic dynasty)
“Machnovka (various spellings) is a Hasidic dynasty and part of the Chernobyl dynastic group of...Machnovka (Hasidic dynasty)
“Hasidic Philosophy or Hasidus (Hebrew: חסידות, alternatively transliterated as Hassidism...Hasidic philosophy
“The Sassov (also Sassow) Hasidic dynasty began with Rabbi Moshe Leib Erblich of Sassov...Sassov (Hasidic dynasty)
“Ashlag is the name of a Hasidic dynasty founded by Rebbe Yehuda Leib Haleivi Ashlag from Warsaw...Ashlag (Hasidic dynasty)
“Sadigura is a Hasidic dynasty, one of the branches of the Ruzhiner dynasty. The dynasty began...Sadigura (Hasidic dynasty)
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Pages in category "Hasidic dynasties"
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