Welcome to the Oraysa daily
Amud V’chazara program!


This global initiative unites all of Klal Yisroel through a structured daily learning platform designed to learn, review and retain all of Shas, be’zeras Hashem.

Oraysa is pleased to provide you with all the necessary resources needed to keep pace with the program wherever you are and whatever your personal circumstances might be. Daily audio and video shiurim, including an iyun-shiur for every amud, are accessible from anywhere via this website, as well as email podcasts or call-in hotline.

Resources including the marei mekomos, review sheets, bechinos and more, are available via the website or can be sent to your email inbox each and every day.


The Oraysa Amud V’chazara program fills the growing demand for a daily Gemara learning framework that balances the accountability of maintaining a steady pace while taking account the level of learning sophistication of today’s ben Torah. Developed in collaboration with leading Roshei Yeshiva and Gedolei Yisroel, the Amud V’chazra initiative incorporates features to enhance long-term retention of the Masechtos learned through multiple, built-in reviews, tests and stipends for achievement.


Who’s it for?

Oraysa is geared to learners from every stratum in Klal Yisroel, from maggidei shiur and mechanchim to balebattim and Kollel Yungeleit. The beauty of this program is its versatility and ability to be tailored to the level of each participant.

Today in over 30 cities around the world, some 5,000 lomdim in 115 chaburos are learning, reviewing and acquiring Shas for life! Join them today!

How it works

  • Learn 1 new amud daily Sunday-Thursday
  • Review yesterday’s amud every day
  • Review 2.5 blatt every Friday & Shabbos
  • Complete 10 blatt 3 times each month
  • Test your retention with a 4th review & monthly bechina
  • Receive daily audio or video shiurim & resources
  • Network with hundreds of other lomdim around the world

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