List of Hasidic dynasties

Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch

Often known as an ADMOR , or simply as Rebbe (or "the Rebbe"), and at times called the "Rav" ("rabbi"), and sometimes referred to in English as a "Grand Rabbi";

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Amdur (Hasidic dynasty)

Amdur Synagogue.
Ohel of Rabbi Chaim Chaykl in Indura.

Amdur (Yiddish: אמדור) was an early Hasidic dynasty originating from the town of Indura, Belarus, where it was founded by Rabbi Chaim Chaykl of Amdur (1730-1787).


Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch
The Bostoner Rebbe feert tish, lit. "runs [a] table" in his synagogue in Beitar Illit

A Rebbe (רבי: ) or Admor (אדמו״ר) is the spiritual leader in the Hasidic movement, and the personalities of its dynasties.


Historic city in the Zhytomyr Oblast (province) of northern Ukraine.

Ohel (tomb-prayer house) Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev
Jewish cemetery
Church of St. Barbara
Carmelite monastery
Carmelite monastery
A dwelling house in Berdychiv
Former commercial college
Former hospital building
Grossman's Mansion, Berdychiv
Nikolska Church

Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev (Levi Yosef Yitzhak of Berdichev; 1740–1809), Torah commentator, chassidic rabbi, leader, religious songwriter, and leader of the Berditchev Hasidic dynasty.

Alesk (Hasidic dynasty)

Rabbi Uri Ashkenazi, Stanislover Rebbe of London

Alesk is the name of a Hasidic dynasty founded by Rebbe Chanoch Henikh Dov Majer.

Apta (Hasidic dynasty)

Illuminated pages from the pinkas ("minutes") books of the Mishnah Society of the Apter Rov's kloyz, Medzhybizh, circa 1840.

The Apta-Zinkov-Mezibuz dynasty is a Polish Hasidic dynasty founded by Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Heshel of Apta, (popularly known as the "Apter Rov"; born in Zhmigrid, Poland in 1748 and died in Mezhbizh, Ukraine, Russian Empire in 1825).


Rabbi Chaim Halberstam, founder of the Sanz dynasty

Sanz (or Tsanz, צאנז) is a Hasidic dynasty originating in the city of Sanz (Nowy Sącz) in Galicia.

Bohush (Hasidic dynasty)


Bohush (בוהוש) is a Hasidic dynasty named for the town of Buhuși, Romania.


City with a history dating to the 11th century.

The People's House in Dzyarzhynsk, capital of the Dzierżyńszczyzna, in 1932
Shopping centre in Dzyarzhynsk

Koidanova became the site of a new Hasidic Jewish dynasty in 1833 when Rabbi Shlomo Chaim Perlow (1797–1862) became the first Koidanover Rebbe.

Chortkov (Hasidic dynasty)

The Hasidic synagogue in Chortkov, Poland, before 1939
The palatial home of the Rebbe in Chortkov
A portion of the ornately carved ceiling of the Hassidic Synagogue
The Holy Ark of the Hassidic Synagogue

Chortkov (also Chortkov, Tshortkov, Czortkow) is a Hasidic dynasty that originated in Chortkiv (Czortków), present-day Ukraine.


Town in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship in south-eastern Poland, situated in the valley of the Wielopolka River (a tributary of the Wisłoka River).

The Parish Church of the Transfiguration in Ropczyce
A community centre in Ropczyce
Mayor's Office in Ropczyce
600 years Anniversary Monument in Ropczyce
A park in Ropczyce

There is a Ropshitz Hasidic dynasty.