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Your Guide to Hajj Necessary Duas (3) What to expect upon arrival in Jeddah - Jeddah is tour first stop at Saudi Arabia
- If you are going to Makkah first, you probably already have your ihram on, if not here is where you put it on.
- When you land, you will go straight to the Hajj Terminal
- Over there, you will go through the customs, where they will check your passports, stamp them, and might check you suitcases.
- There will be lots of people, so your first test begins here; try to be very patient.
- Try to show respect to the staff, even if they get annoying.
- They might speak Arabic, if you can’t speak it; just tell your leader to talk.
- After you are done, you will wait for your coach buses to take you to your destination.
- Make sure you have all the information needed, with you when on the bus.
- Once you have sat in your coach buses, you should start doing dihkr.
- If you are going to Makkah it will take 1.5 hours and if you are going to Madina it will take 5 hours.
- When you reach your destinations, if it is Salah time, try to pray with the Jama’ah
- After Salah, go back to your hotel, unpack you things and get settled. General Dua upon Tawaaf (circumambulation) of the Ka’bah
1. SubhanAllahi, wal-Hamdulilahi, wa laa illaha ilAllahu, walLahu Akbar. Wa la Hawla wa la quwwata illa Billa
- (Glory be to God, and praise be to God! There is no deity save God. God is Supreme. There is no strength or power save in God) What is Hajj? Thinking of Going to Hajj This Year? Hajj is pilgrimage to the city of Mecca for those who are financially and physically able. It is a spiritual quest of submission to God and purification of the heart. The Hajj pilgrimage came from roots in the time of Prophet Abraham. He constructed a building in Mecca called the Kaaba with his son Ishmael, as a center of worship for mankind. Since then, people from all over the world go to this holy city to perform Hajj for more than a thousand years. The Hajj rituals are performed in the premises of the Kaaba. Types of Hajj There are three types of Hajj:
1. Tamattu- Umrah then Hajj during the months of Hajj. Hajj Tamattu requires Hady (animal sacrifice).
2. Qiran- Umrah and Hajj performed during the months of Hajj. Hajj Qiran requires Hady (animal sacrifice)
3. Ifrad- Hajj performed during the months of Hajj. Hajj Ifrad does not require Hady (animal Sacrifice) Items to pack Conditions of Hajj You must be mature and understand what you are doing
You must have no debt on you. If you do they must be paid off.
A women must go with someone who is part of her mahram (husband, brother or father).
You must be able to afford it. When you are preparing for hajj you should always make sure you pack a delicate amount of items. If you take two much items it will be hard to carry around everywhere. The following are some rules you must follow while you are packing:
1. Take only necessary items such as medicines.
2. Don’t take any valuables; they might have chance of getting lost or stolen.
3. Most of the items are available in Makkah, Madina, and Jeddah.
4. Make sure you have two sets of photocopies of important documents. Money -You should make sure you have enough money for you.
- It is best to take $100bill because they have the most value.
- You don’t have to take a credit card with you. If you do, make sure required information and phone number of the credit card institution is with you. Clothing - Men should wear comfortable clothing. It would be best to wear a toub.
- Women could wear their normal clothing
-Both men and women clothing should be modest in all circumstances.
-Don’t forget to take Jackets with you in case it gets cold.
-Take slipper socks; they can be useful for tawaaf and Sa’ai
-Take a comfortable pair of shoes. Make sure you pack more than one in case one gets lost.
- Take cloths according to the weather there Ihram for men an ihram (2 pieces of towel)
-safety pins to hold ihram
-belt to but money and credit cards. Health - You should take various amounts of medicines.
- Medications are required for
-Sore throat
- Have a prescription for each medicine Personal Care -washroom toilet kit
-nail clipper
-wipes Sleeping -travel blanket
-Camping mat
-These things will be useful for the night at Muzdalifah Accessories -Umbrella
-Ear Plugs
-Sun glasses
-Eye Shades Useful Items -String Bags (for shoes)
-Back Pack (night at mina, muzdalifah and Arafat)
- Small String Bag (for pebbles)
- Flash Light
-Packing Tape Communication - Cell phones can come very handy in Saudi Arabia.
- You should always make sure you have phone numbers of you group you are travelling with.
- The following are some requirements of a cell phone:
-must have sim cards in them
-Must have multi bands
- Make sure you do not buy sim card form the airport. Preparing Mentally/Spirtually - Sincerity
- Repentance from all past sins
- Resolve outstanding differences and seek forgiveness from others
- Pay/record all debts
- Write/update your Will
- Make sure the wealth to be used for Hajj is from Halal sources
- Choose the company of the righteous
- Learn as much as possible about Hajj and Umrah
Fiqh and “how to”
Meanings, spirit and historical aspects
- Memorize some duas from Quran and Sunnah - Learn the etiquette of visiting the graves
- Learn the rulings of Salaat as-Safar (traveler’s prayer), and wiping over socks in wudhu
- Make sure ALL debts finished
-And keep most of it towards the end. That's when you will need it most.
- Do not get angry.
- You will see a lot of irritating and misguided behavior. Try to change it with wisdom and nice words if you can control yourself; otherwise keep silent.
- Ask Allah (Swt) to help you on that.
- Be positive. Safety Procedures and Prevention of Theft Staying With a Group - Always Remember that millions of people go for hajj every year and there is a chance of getting lost.
- Because you are travelling in a group you should make sure you have the numbers of the group leader and some other people in the group in case you get lost.
- Try to always stay with your group wherever you go.
-If you are leaving to get something, don’t forget to inform the leader so he knows where you are for emergencies.
- Stick to the schedule of the leader.
- Always pay attention and follow the guide’s ruling
- Make sure you have information about your group. For example, hotel address and emergency phone number. Ameena Mustafa
Afnan Dano
Khansa Hasan
Hadia Saleem Have a Safe and Happy Trip! - Avoid pushing others while in a crowd.
- Always walk in the same direction of the crowd (if you walk the other direction you might trip and fall)
- Adhere to the lanes designated for proceeding to the Jamarat and returning from Jamarat
- Try to avoid hitting the pebbles from far if you can’t reach. Someone might get hurt.
- Avoid going in areas with a lot of people (if unnecessary).
- There is a chance of you dying by the massive crowds so it is best for you to be prepared. Massive Crowds Health - When going in areas with large crowds, you should always carry a mask to prevent form getting sick.
- Try to avoid getting close to someone who you might think is sick.
- If the weather is two hot, carry an umbrella when going outside.
- Refrain from eating foods that are not rapped.
- When eating fruits and vegetables, make sure you was them. - Maintain cleanliness, which is an important factor to prevent diseases.
- If you are a patient of any types of diseases, try to prevent yourselves from doing thing that will harm the disease.
- If ever feeling sick, go to the nearest healthcare center right away.
- Always carry a bag with phone numbers of doctors, ambulance, etc.
- Always check the weather of where you are and dress accordingly to it.
- Make sure you have all medications with prescriptions at all times.
- Make sure you always carry a small medical bag with important medicines. Rest - Try to have a lot of rest for the next day so that your body is fresh and well- prepared for the next day.
- Avoid going outside unnecessarily if there is hot weather.
- Avoid climbing stones and rocks. Prevention of Theft - When going to Makkah or Madina it is very important to be aware of the surroundings and your things.
- You should always try to protect your things in the best of manner.
- Do not take valuables with you
- If you do have any valuables with you make sure they are kept safely. Do not keep them in your Hotel - Make sure you hotel room door is locked whenever you are leaving
- Don’t put trust in anyone except people who you know very well
- Make sure you have a second photocopy of important information in case the real copy gets lost.
- Keep all your money and credit cards in a bag that is always in your security
- Never take out all your money in front of someone else. Cards (ID, Passport, Medical) Identification Cards
Medical information
Group information
Credit Card Information
Visa carry important information at all times
Make a photocopy of all information
Keep one copy with you and give the second copy to your group leader, who will return them to you when needed.
All your information should be kept safely with in a bag that is always with you
Do not give your cards to anyone; they might have a chance of getting lost or stolen. Money take a realistic amount.
Think about things the money will be used for:
- Food (if not provided)
- Shopping (Abayahs, Taubs, shoes etc.)
The currency of Saudi Arabia is Riyal
Try to take a couple of large bills ($100)
Try to bring at least one credit card (for emergencies)
Know the currency rate
$1 = 3.75 riyals Do not keep it with the money (in case the money is stolen)
Be sure to bring important information required to contact the credit card issuing institution in case of theft or misplacement.
Also check the cards expiry date.
Check the amount of money left in your credit card. If you bring a credit card: Prohibited Actions Clothing - Men cannot wear any sewn clothes such as a shirt, turban, hooded cloak, trousers, underwear, etc. or shoes.
- Women can wear their normal clothes, but without covering their faces or hands.
- It is forbidden to wear unstitched materials in themselves but those garments that are made to fit the limbs and are usually worn by people in normal state, such as shirts, pants and T-shirts.
- You should not wear gloves, although there is no harm in wrapping the hands in cloth.
- Men cannot cover their head with something that touches it. Fragrance - You should not perfume yourself, your clothing, your food or drink after entering Ihram.
- You should also abstain from cleansing yourself with scented soap. Sexual Intercourse/Wedding - All matters leading to it such as touching, or talking with one's wife/husband about intercourse or related matters.
- You shouldn't be wed or make marriage proposals for yourself or others. Hunting Cleansing - You should not remove any hair from any part of the body.
- You should not clip your nails.
-You should not kill lice.
- Scholars differed about taking a bath, unless it is for janabah (wet dream). But it is reported that the Prophet (pbuh) took a bath while in a state of Ihram. - You should not hunt or assist someone in hunting.
- You should not kill animals except those that are harmful or that would attack people, such as mice, snakes and scorpions. Necessary Duas & Vocabulary - Eid-ul-Adha: The festival at the end of the Hajj.
- Hajj: The pilgrimage to Mecca and the fifth pillar of Islam.
- Ihram: Clothes worn by pilgrims.
- Pilgrimage: A journey to a holy place, for religious purposes
- Safa and Marwa: Two mountains between which pilgrims run 7 times.
- Tawaaf: ritual circling of the Ka’bah in an anti-clockwise direction.
- Sunnah: an act performed by the prophet
- Fidya: An animal sacrifice for missing an obligatory act of violating the restriction during ihram.
- Hady: Sacrificing an animal
- Manasik: A ritual of Hajj and Umrah
- Dhul Hijjah: 12th month of Islamic calendar, month in which Hajj occurs
- Umrah: Type of pilgrimage done before hajj.
- Meeqat: Entry Station to Hajj just outside Makkah
- Sa’y: The act of walking back and forth between the hills of Safa and Marwa
- Waquf: The stand before Allah at the Plains of Arafat
- Tashreeq: The 11th, 12th, and 13th of Dhul-Hijjah
- Rida: Top cloth of Ihram
- Ezar: Bottom cloth of Ihram
- Halq: Shaving or trimming the Hair.
- Ramy: Hitting stones at the Jamarat
- Tawaaf-Al-Wida: Farewell Tawaaf
- Tawaaf-Al-Ifadah: Tawaaf performed on the 10th of Dhul-Hijjah Talbiyah Ever at Your service, O Allah, every at Your service. Ever at Your Service, You have no partner, ever at Your service. Verily all praise, blessings and dominions are Yours. You have no partner. Intention for Hajj (and Umrah)
Upon Entering Makkah & Madina
Entering Masjid Al-Haram
When first entering Makkah; upon first sight of the Ka'bah, Raise hands and recite
General Dua upon Tawaaf (circumambulation) of the Ka’bah
Upon reaching the Yemeni corner in Tawaaf
Upon passing the Black Stone in Tawaaf
During each round of Tawaaf
Upon facing the Black Stone the Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) said
At the Muqam-e-Ibrahim
At al-Multazim
Drinking ZamZam water
Going to Sa'y
At Arafat Ettiquettes - The people of Saudi Arabia are very strict about their religion.
- They believe and follow exactly what the prophet had said to do.
- They are very mannered and show politeness and kindness to everyone.
- They respect and obey people from all over the world.
- The people greet each other with a Salam
- They are also very obeying to the rules and regulations of their country.
- They are all Arabic speaking but many can speak multiple languages.
- They dress very modestly-women are covered completely from head to toe and most men wear long white Taubs with a hat (topi). Country - When in Masjid-ul-Haram everyone should a good conduct in all matters.
- When in the haram everyone must be very respectful and peaceful to everyone.
- They should not use their loud voices at all
- Everyone should spend most of their time praising Allah and no one should talk about useless things.
- Everyone should show patience and respect the different kinds of people
- You must be clean and have wudhu before entering it
- All bad intentions must be washed.
- You must not dirty the masjid at all
- Women and men should lower there gaze and show modesty.
- Try to control anger. In the Haram Medical Checkup - Before going for Hajj it is very important to have a checkup so that if there is a problem, it could be solved before Hajj.
- You should also get vaccinations for different diseases that could occur since people from all over the world come here. - Some diseases in which you need vaccinations for are:
- Meningitis
- Yellow Fever
- Influenza
- Pneumonia
- Cholera
- Typhoid and Paratyphoid fever - There is only one vaccination, which contains all these diseases in them called ACW-135
- Once you’ve got this vaccination you get a certificate which needs to get signed by the doctor who gives the Vaccine.
- All this information has to be given to the Saudi Arabian government.
- When going to the doctor make sure you check for these diseases.
- Make sure you to the doctor 1-2 months prior to the trip; in case you might a sickness pops up - Also check for your weight and ask for some tips if overweight.
- Make sure you ask the doctor about any medication he/she might have to give you
- Be prepared and physically fit
- Ask your doctor about some advice that you might need
- Make sure you doctor provides you with rulings if you have a problem.
- Ask our doctor for Vitamins to keep you energized. Jeddah What to expect on Arrival - Jeddah is our first stop at Saudi Arabia; go straight to the Hajj Terminal
- If you are going to Makkah first, you probably already have your ihram on
- There will be lots of people, so your first test begins here; try to be very patient.
- Try to show respect to the staff, even if they get annoying.
- They might speak Arabic, if you can’t speak it; just tell your leader to talk.
- After you are done, you will wait for your coach buses to take you to your destination.
- Make sure you have all the information needed, with you when on the bus. - Once you have sat in your coach buses, you should start doing dihkr.
- If you are going to Makkah it will take 1.5 hours and if you are going to Madina it will take 5 hours.
- When you reach your destinations, if it is Salah time, try to pray with the Jama’ah
- After Salah, go back to your hotel, unpack you things and get settled. Importance of Remaining with a group - It is very important to stay with your group at all times to prevent yourself from getting lost.
- If you are with a group, you will feel safer and comfortable
- When you are with a group, it will be easier to do Hajj since you are more organized
-When you are with a group, you will be provided with a schedule, so that you don’t get confused about where to go.
- It is also important to stay in a group because it is a law of the Saudi Arabian government that you must come in a group, if you are coming for Hajj from another country. - Another reason is that if you are sick then there will be someone to who can take care of you, rather than you taking care of yourself.
- If you are with a group you have private transportation, which is an advantage since it is hard to find transportation during Hajj.
- When you are with a group your hotels and food is already booked and it is not a problem when you get there.
- You will have a guide/companion with you. Makkah -Makkah is the holy city, where millions of people go to do hajj every year
-Extremely multicultural; busy 24/7
-In Makkah there are long double-rowed streets that are filled with hotels of all kinds
-huge variety of malls in Makkah.
- Malls are filled with items such as handbags, Abayahs, electronics, Make up and more.
- Makkah is known for its gold and jewelry - There is many places in Makkah,
which you could go and visit for example
- Jable Noor
- Cave of Hira
- Masjid-e-Khaif
- Cave of tur
- Masjid-e-Uqba Ula
- Cave of tur
- Masjid Jinn
- Prophet’s birth place (library) - The weather is also very hot in Makkah, but it usually depends on the time on year
- beautiful place to visit Madinah - Calm and peaceful ; Has beautiful air and smell
- safe; not congested
- Many shopping malls -In Madina you can visit places such as:
Jannatul Baqee
Masjid-ul-Quba(2.2 miles away from mosque)
Mount Uhud(2.4 miles away from prophet’s mosque)
Dhul-Hulayfah(5.9 miles away) - In Madina the weather also depends on the time of year that you go
- The people are also very kind in caring in Madina
- wonderful place to visit The Drive - The drive from Makkah to Madina is very long.
- There is only one singled-lane long thin road in the middle of a huge dessert.
- You can see hurricanes and sandstorms in the far back of the desserts
- There is barren land with nothing on it but sand.
- You could also see people riding there camels
- There is very less population Journey to Makkah and Madinah Accomodations/Food - Most people go for hajj in a group
- The group leader already has everything prepared for them
- Every package includes three time periods:
3.Hajj days- 8th -13th Dhul-Hijjah
-Whether you go to Makkah or Madina first, you should be prepared of your services
- Your package will provide you with food, a hotel and transportation in both Makkah and Madina. Hotel Food Transportation Supplies - There are many hotels in Makkah and Madina that both provide food, security and a place to live.
- In our package, we will take our group to Makkah first
- In Makkah we will live in The Makkah Hilton Towers.
- When we go to Madina, We will live in a hotel called “The Taiba Arac Suites”.
- Both these hotels provide rooms with at least 2 or three beds.
-You might have to share a room. - The food will also be provided from these hotels.
- There will be given timings where you will eat breakfast, dinner and lunch as a group.
- If you do not enjoy the food provided in Makkah or Madina, you may buy the food.
- There is food from all over the world in Makkah and Madina, placed on the streets.
- When you are traveling; such as Mina you will be provided with snacks.
- The price of your food depends on what you buy (most of the food is cheap).
- There will also be lots of ZamZam water.
-The water will be filled in big cans all around the masjid. - Transportation will also be provided to you
- When you are travelling during hajj you will be going from place to place in a big coach bus.
- Another thing we will provide you with is the Ziyarah. We will be taking our group to the different places to explore Makkah and Madina. - You will also be provided with supplies
- This does not mean that you do not bring you own
- When we stay a night at Arafat and Muzdalifah, we will provide our group with sleeping bags, tents, and food. Meeqat, Ihram -If you are coming form an outside country, make your Ihram before the Meeqat.
- If you are within the Meeqat, (for example Jeddah) Ihram could be put on from there
- If you are a resident of Makkah then you have to go outside to the nearest Meeqat and start making your ihram from there on. (In this case, the closest ihram would be masjid –ul- Aisha. To get transportation there are many cars, buses and taxi on the streets to take you there). For Men For Women - Before making you intention you must:
Take a shower
Clip moustache
Clip finger and toe nails
Remove all unnecessary hair (pubic and armpit)
Put perfume on (should have no alcohol)
Put the 2 piece Ihram one (top is called Rida and bottom is called Ezar)
The white cloth represents human equality and unity before Allah.
Pray to rak’ats nafl (this is not compulsory) Take a shower
Clip moustache
Clip finger and toe nails
Remove all unnecessary hair (pubic and armpit)
Wear modest clothes that do not cover the face and hands
If a women is on their nifaas, then she takes a shower and Assumes ihram without praying the nafl. -Making the intention is the most important part of hajj and umrah
-In you intention you must say:
O Allah I am performing hajj, please make this easy from and accept it from me.
- After making you intention you should recite the talbiyah out loud.
- This dua must be recited until you see the Ka’bah (or the Ramy of largest Jamarat if you are in the state of hajj) The most important timings for Talbiyah are:
When you are descending or ascending the during travel
Joining a party or a group of people
After completing your Salat or prayer
In the morning and evening - It is against the prophet (SAW) to recite the Talbiyah silently. Therefore a Man should recite the Talbiyah out loud.
-The Talbiyah is a type of Sunnah
- Men should try not to recite the talbiyah with a guide.
-the prophet (SAW) recited the Talbiyah individually. Permissable of Ihram - You can use objects that give you shade
- you can carry your back pack on you head
You can wear sandals, as long as they do not cover you ankles
- You can wear a ring or watch on your finger or wrist - You are allowed to wear eye glasses or contact lenses
-You can take a bath in the state of ihram as long as you use unscented soaps
- You can wash you ihram garments
- You can wear a belt for putting you supplies such a money and important information How to Perform Various Acts of Hajj 1. Ihram
2. Mina- 8th Dhul-Hijjah
3. Arafat- 9th Dhul-Hijjah
4. Muzdalifah- 9th Dhul-Hijjah (night)
5. Mina-10th Dhul-Hijjah
-Ramy (Jamarat-Al-Aqabah)
-Nahr (Sacrifice of Animal)
-Halq (Shave or trim the hair)
6. Makkah-10th Dhul-Hijjah
- Tawaaf-Al-Ifadah
- Sa’y of Safa and Marwa
7. Mina-11th, 12th, and 13th Dhul Hijjah
-Ramy (Jamarat-Al-Aqabah)
8. Makkah (last day)
- Tawaaf-Al-Wida (farewell Tawaaf) Step-by-Step 1 2 3 4 5 6 - Go to Mina in the morning of the 8th of Dhul-Hijjah (usually departure from Makkah).
- Pray the five daily Salah’s in qasr (shortening the Salah) - Spending the night in Mina is a Sunnah; only for Ibadah. You may also prepare for the next day to go to Arafat.
- You should pray in Masjid-Al-Khaif in Mina. It is a fact that 70 prophets prayed there. - After sunrise on the day of Arafat, depart from mina to Arafat.
-Make sure you read the Talbiyah or the Takbeer. -You should try to arrive at Arafat before the Zawal if possible. - When the sun has set, leave for Muzdalifah (go with calmness, there is no need for rushing and pushing people). - After Salah, make sure you are in the boundaries of Arafat. Over there you Raise your hands, face the Kiblah and make as much dua as you can. -If it is difficult to go to Masjid Namra (because of the crowd), you may pray your Salah in your camps with your group. -Pray Zuhr and Asr (2 rak’ats each) at Masjid-ul-Namra, after listening to the Imam’s sermon. -The Prophet (pbuh) said: "There is no day on which Allah frees more of His slaves from Fire than the Day of 'Arafat and He draws near, then praises them before the angles, saying:’ What do they seek?' Virtue Notes - Do not fast on the day of Arafat
- Do not leave until after sunset.
- Do not face Mount Arafat while making dua. You should face the Kiblah.
- Do not waste time in unnecessary things. Make sure you use most of your time in worship. Mina Muzdalifah Makkah Arafat - After reaching Muzdalifah, pray your Qasr Salah for Magrib and Isha.
- Do not pray anything between these timings, but pray witr.
- You may collect pebble at this point or you may sleep.
- Pray Fajr immediately after the adhan and then go to Al-Masn’a Al-Haram (mountain in Muzdalifah)
- It is permissible for weak women, or women with children to leave in the middle of the night.
- At the Mountain, recite the takbeer and make dua until sunrise
- After sunrise you head out for Mina. Recite the Talbiyah on your way Virtue - You should only delay Magrib until Isha if you reach Muzdalifah before the middle of the night.
- The night should be spent within the boundaries
- It is not obligatory to collect pebbles from Muzdalifah
- You should leave for Mina before sunrise. 8th, Dhul-Hajj 10th, Dhul-Hajj 10th, Dhul-Hajj 9th, Dhul-Hajj 10th, Dhul-Hajj - Arrive at mina on the morning of the 10th of Dhul Hijjah.
-You will do the following today:
1.Stone Jamarat-Al-Aqabah
2.Sacrifice an animal
3.Shave or trim the hair
4.Go to Makkah to do Tawaaf-Al-Ifadah and Sa’y. Jamarat Al-Aqabah -You stone the Jamarat on only this day
- There should be 7 pebbles, each the size of a chick- pea.
- After every throw recite the Takbeer
- You perform this activity after sunrise (you may delay it)
- In total you should have 70 pebbles.
-10th Dhul-Hijjah- 7 pebbles
-11th Dhul-Hijjah- 21 pebbles
-12th Dhul-Hijjah- 21 Pebbles
- 13th Dhul Hijjah- 21 Pebbles. Animal Sacrifice - You can slaughter and animal in any part of Makkah or Mina
- The four days of Eid are for Slaughtering
- If you cannot afford sacrifice, you have to fast for three days during hajj and seven days when you return Shaving/Trimming Hair - When shaving it is Sunnah to start from the right side of the head.
- The women should trim their hair about the size of a finger point.
- After shaving you return to you camp, take a shower and put on new clothes.
- From this point on, everything is permissible except sexual intercourse. - The process is the same as any other tawaaf, except you do no cover the shoulder.
- After completing the tawaaf, you find a place in the masjid and pray 2 rak’ats.
- From now on, all restriction of Ihram is lifted. 1.One starts at the Black Stone, faces it, pronounces takbeer (bismillahi Allahuakbar walillahil hamd), raises his hands and touches it, and kisses it if one is able to [do so] without harming any Muslim. This takbeer is done each time before starting the circumambulation.
2. Then, he starts [walking] to his right, by the door [of the Ka`bah],
3. One makes the tawaaf (circumambulation) around the Hatim. 4. Then, one performs raml in the first three circuits, and walks calmly in the remaining
5. One touches the Stone whenever one passes by it, if one is able, and one ends the tawaaf with touching [it].
6. Then, one proceeds to the Maqam (Station of Prophet Abraham) and prays two rak’ats near by the Maqam or wherever he is easily able to in the Mosque. Tawaaf Al-Ifadah Sai between Safa/Marwa - The next step is to walk from Safa to Marwa.
- The procedure of doing this is:
1. Start with Safa and recite the ayah from the Quran (2:158).
2. While walking make dihkr and dua.
3. Walk to Marwa and repeat step 1 and 2.
4. Walk back to Safa (2nd lap completed)
5. Repeat this until you are done seven laps.
- Drink a lot of ZamZam
- After completing Sa’y, return to Mina 11th-13th, Dhul-Hajj - Stay in Mina for three days and nights.
- This is a Sunnah
- If you wish, during the day, you may make tawaaf and return to Mina Ramy - The stoning of Jamarat should be repeated every day after Zawal
- After every day, face the kiblah and make dua to Allah (Swt) Leaving Mina - The pebbles must be thrown one-by-one
- The wall does not have to get hit by the pebble
- Only 7 pebbles should be thrown
- Do not throw random objects. - You may leave Mina on the 12th or 13th Makkah - After Mina - After you finish Ramy you head back to Makkah for a Farewell Tawaaf
- This is your last time seeing the Ka’bah, so you should pray as much nafl possible
- After Fare well tawaaf, you should get ready for departure Pillars of Hajj 1. Ihram
2. Standing in Arafat
3. Tawaaf-Al-Ifadah
4.Sa’y between Safa and Marwa Obligations of Hajj 1.Ihram from the Meeqat
2. Standing in Arafat until after sunset
3. Spending a night in Muzdalifah after Arafat
4. Staying overnight in Mina, during the days of Tashreeq
5. Stoning the Jamarat
6. Shaving or trimming the hair
7. Tawaaf-Al-Wida
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