Daf Yomi Begins Maseches Zevachim Today


gemara-learningLomdei Daf Hayomi worldwide are beginning Maseches Zevachim today, having wrapped up Maseches Horiyos – and the entire Seder Nezikin – yesterday. The learners of Daf Yomi are making their way ever closer to the next Siyum Hashas, which will take place, iy”H, on August 2, 2012, just a few days after Tisha B’Av. With 2,711 pages in the Gemara, one cycle of Daf Yomi takes about 7 years, 5 months.

Daf Yomi started its current, 12th cycle on March 2, 2005.

Maseches Zevachim is the first mesechta in Seder Kodshim.

As always, be sure to take a look at the Daf Yomi Insights featured each day right here on Matzav.com to gain a deeper understanding of the day’s daf.

{Yossi Schneider-Matzav.com Newscenter}