As part of the activity of Beis Meleches HaKodesh and the Beis Midrash for Sofrei Stam that operates alongside it, we have developed a unique patent for easy gelilah (roll-up), which solves all the problems connected to gelilah.
The “Gelilah Star” is a registered patent that enables one to roll up the Torah scroll as it rests within its casing, eliminating the need to touch the scroll with a human hand. This preserves the perfection of the Torah scroll, and lengthens its life, preventing situations where a “Sefer Torah is distressed” (which happens when one is no longer able to read from it).
Beis Meleches HaKodesh — leading manufacturers of Torah scrolls and casings
Beis Meleches HaKodesh is a workshop that deals with embryo parchment processing for the preparation of Torah scrolls,
inscribing Torah scrolls according to the varying accepted traditions: Sephardic, Yemenite, Bet Yosef and The Ari,
and the manufacturing of elegant, exclusive Torah scroll casings finished to exceptionally high standards.
Since its establishment Beis Hakodesh has gained popularity throughout the Torah world, and Gedolei Yisroel,
both in Israel and abroad, Rabbis and Admorim (Hassidic rebbes) have ordered these prestigious Torah scrolls and casings.
Torah Scrolls Produced by Beis Meleches HaKodesh
Torah scrolls that are produced by Beis Meleches HaKodesh are, first and foremost, scrolls that have been written and manufactured according to the most exacting requirements of Jewish law down to its finest details. The Torah scrolls are written in our self-established Beis Midrash for Sofrei Stam, a place where the laws of writing Stam — Torah scrolls, Tefillin (Phylacteries) and Mezuzahs — are taught and studied.
The Beis Midrash for Stam that co-exists with Beis Meleches HaKodesh trains the next generation of Sofrei stam in the art of Kesiva Tama as well as accurate and meticulous calligraphy, while rigorously adhering to the requirements of Jewish law.
Torah CasingsHigh quality casings for Torah scrolls, finished to an exceptional standard. Continue »