The mitzvah serves for depicting activities for different areas
and functions on Sukkot. Scroll below to check the mitzvahs for
The mitzvah of honoring the divine in human relationships:
The mitzvah of preparing the home and body for the festival.
The mitzvah of blessing children, (parents) and spouse.
The mitzvah of praying for the well-being of humanity. (In ancient
times, Jews brought sacrifices to the Temple for the welfare of
The mitzvah of TSEDEKAH, including charities to help non-Jews.
The custom of making love on the day of the festival.
The mitzvah of hospitality. Invite guests -- relatives, friends,
strangers -- to eat with you in the sukkah (USHPIZIN). Traditionally,
USHPIZIN represents the inviting of our forefathers -- Abraham,
Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Aaron and David--to lend their presence
and join us in the sukkah, one special invitee for each night. Invite
these Biblical figures; invite their female counterparts--Sarah,
Rebecca, Leah, Rachel, Miriam, Deborah, and Hulda, for example;
or choose other figures from Jewish history past and present; or
invite a different group each year after discussing whom to invite