Ketubah, Ketuba, Ketubbah, Katubah (or plural: ketubot)are all names for a Jewish marriage contract. For thousands of years, Jews from every community have ceremoniously signed the ketubah as a symbol of their commitment. Orthodox, Conservative, Egalitarian and Alternative texts for the ketubah are available in Aramaic, Hebrew and English, to match your personal wishes. And because celebrating tradition includes everyone who loves, texts for commitment ceremonies, interfaith couples and anniversaries are also available. Traditional and modern texts combine with original Ketubah art to create a personal, permanent testament of your wedding. Go to the Ketubah Gallery of one-of-a-kind designs in a variety of styles, then choose the text that is right for you. All ketubot are printed by the Gicle'e process, the finest available for high-quality artistic prints. Also available are Judaica and blessings for the home, with the same high-quality artwork and printing that I use for my ketubot. The many ketubah designs, colors, quotes and symbols available from Shop-Ketubah are all original hand-drawn creations from the Israeli artist Dorit Jordan Dotan. When your commitment is to each other, my commitment is to you!!
Dorit Jordan Dotan,
Modern Ketubah Artist
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The book is a collection of documentary photographs of Jerusalem, Israel. This complex city is shown through images of religions, ethnic groups, walls, neighborhoods and its citizens' lives.