Gemara: Talmud Bavli for the BlackBerry

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The Talmud is the basic compendium of Jewish law and thought.  Its tractates mainly comprise the discussions collectively known as the Gemara, which elucidate the germinal statements of law (mishnayot) collectively known as the Mishnah.

Talmud Bavli is the edition developed in Babylonia, and edited at the end of the fifth century C.E.

The Talmud is the repository of thousands of years of Jewish wisdom.  And the Oral Law, which is as ancient and significant as the Written Law (Torah), finds expression therein.

It is a conglomerate of law, legend, and philosophy, a blend of unique logic and shrewd pragmatism, of history and science, anecdote and humor.

Complete Talmud Bavli (with built-in Hebrew support) by (Hebrew only) –  listing of all the talmudic tractates available in app with short descriptions of their content and links to files

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– Berachos (blessings & prayers)


– Shabbos (Shabbos observance)
– Eiruvin (the amalgamation of  Shabbos bounds)
– Pesachim (observance of the Passover)
– Rosh Hashana (observance of Rosh Hashana)
– Yuma (observance of Yom Kippur)
– Succah (observance of Succos)
– Beitza (Festival laws)
– Taanis (communal fasts)
– Megila (reading of the book of  Esther on Purim)
– Moed Katan (observance of the intermediate days of Passover and Succos)
– Chagiga (sacrifices offered during the three pilgrimage Festivals)


Yevamos (laws of levirate marriage and halitzah)
Kesuvos (the mutual rights and duties of husband and wife)
Nedarim (the making and annulment of vows)
Nazir (concerning Nazirite vows)
Sotah (laws relating to one’s wife)
Gittin (laws of divorce and the annulment of marriage)
Kidushin (laws of marital status)


Bava Kama (on damages to property and person)
Bava Metziya (on lost and found property, embezzlement, fraud, usury, rights of hired laborers, partnership)
Bava Basra (on real estate, inheritance, partnership, legal documentation)
Sanhedrin (on courts of justice and judicial procedure)
Makos (on criminal punishment and cities of refuge)
Shvuous (on private oaths or those administered by the court)
Avoda Zora (on prohibitions of idolatry and superstitions)
Horiyos (on misdirection in matters of religious law, origination from religious authorities)


Zevachim (Beis Hamikdash sacrificial system)
Menochos (the cereal and drink offerings)
Chulin (on the slaughter of animals and the dietary laws)
Bechoros (concerning the human firstborn and the animal firstlings)
Erchin (on vows of valuation or contributions to the Beis Hamikdash)
Temurah (the substitution of one species for another)
Kerisus (on the sins punishable by death or being cut off from community of Israel)
Meilah (on sacrilegious treatment of temple property)
Tamid (on the morning and evening offerings)


– Niddah (the laws of family purity)

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