Hajj Guide

Hajj Guide

What is hajj?

Hajj is one of the basic pillars of Islam. Let's understand that Hajj rituals will guide Makkah during their pilgrimage. Hajj means the "pilgrimage" of the Holy Street of Arabic Makkah, and the calendar is manual for the first 10 days of the holy moon of Dhu Al hijah, which is the last month of Islamic Moon Calendar. As one of the proficient acts of Islam, Hajj practices Muslims to practice Muslims and practices humility with okay with good faith with peace of mind. There are three types of Hajj, which pilgrims can decide. Pilgrim, which runs this form of Hajj, is called mufrid. Hajj Al qiran-While he is in her state, this pilgrimage of this pilgrimage is both Umura's lead. This form requires a sacrificial animal to complete the ceremonial. The pilgrims that run this form of Hajj are called Qaarin. Hajj Al tamatto `The most common type of HajJ Pilgrimage and A prophet Muhammad (PBUH) encouraged to take his companions. This refers to performing the Umrah ritual during the Mecca pilgrimage season and completing the steps to the Mecca pilgrimage between the 8th and 13th of Dhu al-Hijja. Both the Umrah and Mecca pilgrimage rituals are performed by entering another state of Ihram, and sacrificial animals are required to complete this form of Mecca pilgrimage. Pilgrims who perform this form of Mecca pilgrimage are called Muttamatir. Pilgrims can choose one of three Mecca pilgrimage procedures.

We need to know in detail the Mecca pilgrimage ritual following the actions of the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H), founded 1,377 years ago. There are many different ways of doing Mecca pilgrimages mentioned by Mecca pilgrimages and scholars, but there is no proper breakdown anywhere. Go through these simple steps of a Mecca pilgrimage for yourself and others.

Step # 1 Circulate the Kaaba 7 times

Wearing Ihram is the first step in doing a Tawaf in Macca after undergoing a Mecca pilgrimage in one of the five Micto. Following this, pilgrims depart for Mina on the 8th of Zoo Le Higer. At Tent City Mina, pilgrims usually spend a day and stay there until the next morning. Pilgrims make five prayers in Mina from noon to dawn.

Step 2-Pray all day on Mount Arafat

Pilgrims arrive in Arafat on the 9th of Dhul Hijjah. The day of Arafat is the most important day. Pilgrims pray most of the day to commemorate the last sermon of the Prophet Muhammad. In the afternoon they will play Wuquf in Arafat.

Step # 3 – Overnight at Muzdalifah

As the sun set, the pilgrims set out for Muzdalifah. Here the pilgrims collect pebbles and later stone the devil and spend the night outdoors. They prayed for Fazil at dawn and set out again for Mina before sunrise.

Step #4 Stoning of the Devil

On the 10th DhulHijjah, pilgrims throw stones at the pillars. This is probably the longest day of the pilgrimage. On pilgrims go back to Mina, they perform first rami, throwing seven pebbles at the columns known as Jamaraat. It dates back to the history that at this spot in Mina, the devil tried to discourage Prophet Ibrahim from heeding the command. He then threw small pebbles to make him go away. It is advisable to sacrifice animals after stoning. After that, the pilgrims leave Ihram and go to Masjid al-Haram in Mecca to play Tawaf Alifada.

Step # 5 – Run 7 times between Al Safa and Al Marwa

In Mecca, pilgrims make seven rounds of the Kaaba and make a sei between Safa and the hills of Malwa. Then they drink well from Zamzam and return to Mina.

Step # 6 – Perform demon stones in Mina for up to 3 days

Pilgrims stay in Mina for a couple of days and stone the devil again on each of the three pillars of Zu Le Higer on the 11th and 12th. To avoid overcrowding, stoning should be performed according to a set schedule.

Step # 7-Perform a farewell tower in the counterclockwise direction

After completing this ritual, the pilgrims return to Mecca to perform the final Tawaf of the Kaaba as "Farewell Tawaf" at Masjid al-Haram. This marks the end of the Mecca pilgrimage. Many pilgrims also visit Medina before returning to their hometown. However, this is not mandatory for all pilgrims. Almighty Allah gives everyone the opportunity to embark on a blessed journey once in a lifetime.

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