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The Pillars of Hajj: Ihram-Men and Women

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iman alikhan

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of The Pillars of Hajj: Ihram-Men and Women

The Pillars of Hajj:
Ihram-Men and Women After, you have repented (your sins), and cleared yourself of any wrong doing toward others, you can take the first step required in the holy journey: Hajj. This is Ihram.
Ihram, in Islam, is a sacred state in which you must enter before making the journey to Mecca. For men it consists of two pieces of white sheet, the top is called the 'rida' and the bottom is called the 'izar'. For women, how ever, have a variation in clothing...Mirroring their regional and religious influences. The overall objective is to not stand out. What is Ihram?
When the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his followers were preparing for Hajj they awoke after their journey to Thul-Hulayfah and prayed Salat-ul-Fajr the prophet told his followers of the revelation he received. This revelation told the Prophet of the rules, as well as, the rituals of Hajj. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) commanded: ''wear your Ihram here and make your intention for Hajj''. They then washed, and wore their Ihram previously to making their intentions for Hajj. After this they prayed Sunnat-ul-Ihram (2 rakaat). While in Ihram, it is forbidden to do the following:
*Cut hair,
*Clip nails,
*Wear perfume,
*Men cannot wear regular clothing,
*& cutting branches from trees in Mecca. *Don'ts* in Ihram:
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