The parsha V'zot Haberakhah comes at the end of the Torah's book of Deuteronomy and includes Moses' final blessing of the people of the twelve tribes of Israel. The portion also marks the beginning of Joshua's leadership.

The portion consists of Deuteronomy 33-34.

Alternative spellings: V'zot HaBracha, V'Zot Habracha

Reading of this portion is often paired with the reading of Bereshit to reflect the lesson that we are never done reading the Torah, so it is not really an end.

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Book Parashot
Bereshit / Genesis Bereshit (parsha) Noach Lekh-L'kha Vayera Haye Sarah Toldot Vayetze Vayishlah Vayeshev Miketz Vayigash Vayehi
Sh'mot / Exodus Sh'mot (parsha) Vaera Bo B'shalah Yitro Mishpatim Terumah Tetzaveh Ki Tissa Vayakhel Pekudei
Vayikra / Leviticus Vayikra (parsha) Tzav Shemini Tazria Metzora Ahare Mot Kedoshim Emor B'har B'hukotai
B'midbar / Numbers B'midbar (parsha) Naso B'ha'alotekha Shlah Korah Hukkat Balak Pinhas Mattot Masei
D'varim / Deuteronomy D'varim (parsha) Va'et'hanan Ekev Re'eh Shoftim Ki Tetze Ki Tavo Nitzavim Vayelekh Ha'azinu V'zot Haberakhah
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