Resources

Links to Tanach and commentaries

  • A Hebrew-English Bible [Hebrew, English] – Mechon Mamre, complete TaNaKh, vocalized, parallel English-Hebrew, translation from JPS 1917 Edition, HTML
  • The Tanach with Rashi [Hebrew, English] – Chabad, complete TaNaKh, vocalized, parallel English-Hebrew, complete Rashi commentary in both languages, HTML
  • מקרא על פי המסורה [Hebrew] – Wikisource, complete TaNaKh, vocalized, with cantillation, HTML

Links to Mishna, Talmud and commentaries

(also there are many resources for Daf Yomi, mostly Hewbrew PDFs)

Links to Mishne Tora written by Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (RaMBaM), 1138-1204, Spain, Egypt

Links to Sefer Hamitzvot written by Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (RaMBaM), 1138-1204, Spain, Egypt

Links to Shulchan Aruch written by Yosef Caro 1488-1575, Toledo, Safed

Links to Mishna Berura written by Rabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan, 1838–1933, Poland

  • Mishna Berura [Hebrew, English] – Hebrew and translation on opposite pages, scanned book, not all pages are available, Google books
  • Mishnaberura.com [Hebrew] – parts 1, 2, 5, 6, scanned Hebrew pages with English Q and A, PDF
  • Mishna Berura at Sefaria [Hebrew] – complete Hebrew, a few English translations, searchable, HTML

Links to Kitzur Shulchan Aruch written by Shlomo Ganzfried, 1804-1886, Ukraine

Links to other texts

Online Courses

  • Laws of Blessings by Jewishpathways/Aish haTorah (44 part course, starting from basic level going to advanced)
  • Laws of Shabat by Jewishpathways/Aish haTorah (34 part course, starting from basic level going to advanced)
  • The Laws of Kashrut by Rav David Brofsky (32 part course, advanced level)

This list is work in progress and by no means complete. If you are only looking for Hebrew, Hebrew Books may be worth a look (scanned pdfs). Also Sefaria has many original texts, mostly Hebrew, some with translations (searchable HTML). For more links, this page may be useful.

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