Chaim Chaykl (Chaika) Levin of Amdur (c. 1730 - 1787), also known as the Amdurer Rebbe, was an 18th-century chasidic rebbe and one of the earliest founders of Lithuanian chasidism. A leading disciple of Rabbi Dov Ber (the Maggid) of Mezeritch, in 1773 he founded the Amdur chasidic dynasty in Indura, Belarus where he faced fierce opposition from local mitnagdim. His Torah insights were published posthumously in 1891 in Warsaw under the title "Chaim VaChesed."
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