Section: Halacha   Category: Tshuvos
Bais Ovi: Time Off From Torah For Weddings & Sheva Brachos
The gemara says that you stop learning for Hachnasas Kallah.  What does that entail, going to a Chupah?  Staying for the meal?  What about Sheva Brachos?  Also the gemara says that you may not indulge in the se'uda of a Choson and Kallah if you do not gladden their hearts.  Does this include Sheva Brachos?

Rav Yitzchok Eizek Liebes in Shu"T Bais Ovi 5:14 says that when the gemara allows for Bitul Torah for Hachnasas Kallah it is specifically to escort the Choson to his Chupah as per the wording of the Rema (EH 6:1).  The heter of bitul torah does not go beyond that.  Similarly says the Bais Ovi, it is logical that the gemara that talks about not enjoying the meal of a choson without making him happy refers to the wedding meal and not the Sheva Brachos.

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