Mikveh - Tevilah
According to the Torah, for an impure soul or body to regain its ritual purity, the whole body should be immersed in a natural water source.
Mikveh is a special pool in which rain water collected naturally is stored.
• Women who have had a childbirth or menstruation
• Prospective brides
• Men who want to achieve ritual purity
• Members of other religions who want to convert to Judaism must perform Tevilah.
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