"Holy chambers in Judaism" Crossword Clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 31 Dec 2023

"Holy chambers in Judaism" NYT crossword answer is:

ARKS (4 letters length)

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Holy chambers in Judaism refer to the special chambers found in some synagogues that are used to store the Torah scrolls. These chambers, known as the aron kodesh, are considered to be the holiest places in the synagogue and are typically located near the front of the building. The Torah scrolls are kept in the aron kodesh and are only removed for readings during services. The aron kodesh is often decorated with ornate carvings and artwork, and is a symbol of the importance of the Torah in the Jewish faith.

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