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  1. 1. Prepared by Esdesire www.esdesire.com Contact Us:0300-9822828, mail@esdesire.com
  2. 2. Repent from all sins. Resolve outstanding differences and seek forgiveness from others  Pay off all debts or have payment method fixed.  Make sure wealth for Hajj is from Halal sources.  Memorise some duas.  
  3. 3. Ihraam literally means to declare something unlawful upon oneself. Ihraam is commonly referred to the clothing worn by a person performing Umrah or Hajj. However, Ihraam in the context of Shari’ah refers to entering into a state of adhering to the prohibitions of even normally permitted things, with the intention of performing Hajj and/or Umrah. The wearing of the white clothing symbolises this state, although this state is not entered into by wearing the sheets of white alone.
  4. 4. Before coming into the state of Ihraam:  It is sunnah to take a bath.  It is mustahab : to trim one’s moustache remove hair from pubic areas clip nails apply perfume 2
  5. 5. Male Ihraam:  It is preferable to wear two white new or washed sheets of cloth: an upper garment and lower garment.  Males should wear slippers/sandals which expose the instep of the foot. 2
  6. 6. Female Ihraam:  Women may wear an abaya, scarf, gloves, socks and shoes.  The face must not have anything touching it physically. However, as it is part of Hijab, a lady should cover the face with caps fitted with veils. 2
  7. 7. It is sunnah to perform 2 rak’at of salah just before entering into the state of Ihraam.  It is preferable to recite Surah Kafirun in the first rak’at and Surah Ikhlas in the second rak’at. 
  8. 8.         One must enter into the state of Ihraam before passing the miqaat boundary. Miqaat is the outer boundary from where those wishing to perform Hajj or Umrah must enter into the state of Ihram. 5 Boundaries: 1) Dhul Hulaifah: north of Makkah 2) Al-Juhfah/Rabigh : north west of Makkah. (This is applicable to those who come from the west) 3) Yalamlam- south east of Makkah. 4) Qarn al-Manazil: east of Makkah. 5) Dhat al-Iraq: North east of Makkah in the direction of Iraq.
  9. 9.  Niyyah + Talbiyah = Ihraam  One may recite the following dua before reciting the talbiyah:  One should then recite the talbiyah with the intention of coming into Ihraam.
  10. 10.  Talbiyah is the pilgrim’s answer to Allah’s call to Hajj. Labbayk Allahuma Labbayk. Labbayka La Shareeka Laka Labbayk. Innal Hamda Wan-Ni’mata laka wal mulk. La Shareeka Laka “Here I am at Your service, O Lord, here I am. Here I am, there is no partner for You, here I am. Truly, all praise, favours and sovereignty are Yours. There is no partner for You.”
  11. 11. Sahl ibn S’ad reports that the Prophet salallahu alaihi wasallam said, “When a Muslim recites Talbiyah, then verily every stone, tree and even the ground around him recite the Talbiyah with him to the ends of the Earth.” (Tirmidhi)  The Talbiyah should be recited as much as possible.  Men should recite the talbiyah audibly without disturbing others. Women should recite the talbiyah quietly.  The talbiyah should be recited individually and not collectively.
  12. 12.         Sins are even more emphatically forbidden. Foul language, fighting, quarrelling are strictly forbidden. All forms of Intimacy with one’s spouse. Wearing day to day clothes like Jubbah, shirt, trousers, tshirts, hat for men etc. Using perfume and fragrances. Removal of body hair; to comb, pluck, trim or cut the beard hair. Clipping nails. Wearing any footwear which covers the instep.
  13. 13.      For a male to cover the head with something touching the head. Female letting a cloth cover face in a manner it is touching her face. To hunt or help in hunting. To kill lice Any of these acts done will result in penalty whether by mistake or forgetfully.
  14. 14.           Having a shower for purification or for coolness. Using unscented soap. However, it is preferable not to remove dirt. Injections Bandages Sunglasses and glasses Watches Miswak It is permissible to wrap yourself in a blanket. The whole body can be covered except the face and head. To wear a belt. To kill scorpions, snakes, mosquitoes, wasps and flies.
  15. 15. 1.Ghusl for Ihram: 2. 2 rak’ahs before Ihram 3. Ihraam with Intention and Talbiyah  4. Tawaaf  5. 2 rak’ah after Tawaaf  6. Sa’y  7.Halaq (shaving)/Qasr (trimming)    Sunnah Sunnah condition (fardh) requirement (fardh) necessary (wajib) neccessary (wajib) neccessary (wajib) 654 655
  16. 16. The city of Makkah should be entered very humbly with the heart fully conscious of the Grandeur of Almighty Allah.  It is not a sight-seeing trip.  Upon entering the city of Makkah, one will be taken to the hotel. Place baggage in the hotel.  If you are really tired and it is not salah time, it is advisable to rest before performing Umrah. Umrah can take many hours in peak times like the Hajj season and therefore requires plenty of energy.  If one is travelling with the elderly and unwell, it may be a wise idea to perform Umrah at night when the heat is less.  One should be engaged in reciting the talbiyah all the while. 
  17. 17. Enter with the right foot reading the duas and reciting salawaat upon the Prophet salallahu alaihi wasallam.  Proceed to the ka’bah not as a tourist but as a servant with utmost humbleness.  Reach a place where the ka’bah is clearly visible and which is not obstructing others.  Stop and make du’a. This is a very sacred place and time for the acceptance of du’a. 
  18. 18.     Tawaf is a compulsory part of Umrah and Hajj. Tawaf is to walk around the ka’bah seven times. It is wajib (necessary) to have wudhu when performing Tawaf. To begin Tawaf, one should proceed to the corner of the Ka’bah where the black stone is. This corner of the ka’bah faces one minaret only, the others have two.
  19. 19.     Men should uncover their right shoulder by taking the Ihraam sheet under their right arm. This is called Idhtibaa’. Idhtibaa’ should be done just before the Tawaf and not long before. Likewise, once the Tawaf is completed, one should cover his shoulder again. Women must not uncover any part of their body. The recitation of Talbiyah ends with the commencing of Tawaf.
  20. 20. Step in line with the black stone with the body facing it. Now 2 actions need to be done:  1) Istiqbaal  2)Istilaam  Istiqbaal is to raise one hands like one does in salah whilst facing the black stone and say:  After raising the hands and saying the above, one will put the hands back down to one’s side. This will always be done when one commences any tawaf.
  21. 21. Istilaam is to make some form of contact directly or indirectly with the al-Hajr al-aswad (black stone).  If one can touch the black stone without pushing, shoving or causing some difficulty, then one should place both hands on the stone and then place one’s lips in between. When kissing the stone, a noise should not be made.  If one cannot kiss the stone, then merely touching the stone and kissing one’s hands will suffice.  Nowadays, due to the crowds, the above are very difficult. 
  22. 22.  It is sufficient to be in line with the black stone facing it from a distance, with the palms of both hands raised towards the black stone, saying: After pointing to the black stone with one’s palms, one should kiss his hands and put them down.  Istilaam will be performed a total of 8 times: at the beginning of every round in tawaf and after completing the 7th round.
  23. 23.        After performing Istilaam, one will begin tawaf(circumambulation) of the ka’bah. A male will walk briskly in the first three rounds. This is called Raml. If it is not possible to walk briskly due to the crowds, or due to one having to look after family, one may walk normally. A female will not do raml. She will walk normally. Raml will only be performed in the first three rounds, in the last four rounds, a male should walk normally. Raml and idhitbaa’ will only take place in that tawaf which has a sa’i after it. In a nafl tawaf, one will not perform raml or idhtibaa’.
  24. 24. One must walk around the hatim and not cut through. During tawaf recite Qur’an, dhikr and make dua. One should avoid talking whilst performing tawaf. One should not read loud in a manner which disturbs others.  It is disliked to eat.  One may drink zamzam in between if one feels thirsty.     235
  25. 25. Whilst performing tawaf, if one’s wudhu breaks, a fardh salah starts or one needs to take a break, then it is permissible to pause the tawaf and then continue from the very place he stopped.  One will not gesture to any other corner of the ka’bah besides the corner with the black stone.  It is mustahab to touch the al-Rukn al-Yamani (Yemeni corner) if it possible. If one cannot go near it due to the crowd, one should not gesture towards to it.  The al-Rukn al-Yamani should not be kissed. 
  26. 26. The tawaf is completed upon making istilaam of al-hajr al-aswad (the black stone) at the end of the 7th round. This will be the eighth istilaam in total.  It is wajib to perform two rak’ats after tawaf.  The two rak’ats should not be performed in the makruh times for salah. These times are: After the fajr prayer, at sunrise, at zenith, after the Asr prayer and at sunset.  It is preferable to perform these two rak’ats behind almaqam al-Ibrahim. However, if there is not sufficient space, one may perform these two rak’ats anywhere.  (
  27. 27.  Sa’i is a wajib element in Umrah. It is performed after the tawaf. Sa’i is to walk between the two hillocks Safa and Marwah.  Sa’i is performed by walking between these two hillocks seven times, starting at Safa and ending at Marwah.  Sa’i takes place in a place called the mas’aa.
  28. 28.  After performing the two rak’ats for tawaf, one should go in line with the al-hajr alaswad again and do istilaam for the commencing of sa’i.  He will then exit the masjid and head towards the Safa hillock which is located in the mas’aa (place where sa’i is done).
  29. 29.      One will come to the safa hillock ensuring one is standing on the hillock of safa. Face the Qiblah and one will say “Allahu Akbar la ilaha illah” one should then make du’a to Allah. Now head towards Marwah. When the green light approaches, a male should run until the next green light.
  30. 30.       Women will not run between the two green lights at the mas’aa. When a person reaches marwah, he has completed one lap. At Marwah, one will again face towards the Qiblah and say “Allahu Akbar la ilaha illah” one should then make du’a to Allah. After making du’a, one will head again towards Safa. One will repeatedly do this until he finishes the seventh lap from Safa to Marwah.
  31. 31.  After standing on Marwah the seventh time and making du’a, it is mustahab to perform 2 rak’ats in the masjid.
  32. 32. It is not necessary to have wudhu when performing sa’i.  One should engage in dhikr and dua.  If salah starts or one needs to take a break, it is permissible to continue from where one paused. 
  33. 33. Shaving or trimming the hair is wajib for men to come out of Ihraam.  Shaving the head is better than trimming the hair.  All the hair on the head should be shaved or trimmed.  It is permissible to cut one’s own hair or go to the barbers.  A woman must only cut an inch of her hair and no more. She can cut it herself.  Once a person cuts his/her hair, they are free from the laws of Ihraam and the Umrah is complete. 
  34. 34. 8 acts are not permissible whilst experiencing one’s menses: 1) Performing Salah 2) Fasting 3) Reciting the Qur’an 4) Touching the Qur’an 5) Entering a masjid 6) Performing Tawaf 7) Intimate relations 8) Fulfilling one’s passions by using the area between the navel and knees without a barrier in between. 
  35. 35.     A woman will not perform the two rak’ats sunnah before Ihram if she is in her menses. A woman will merely recite the Talbiyah and make niyyah to come into the state of Ihram. A woman can recite the Talbiyah and any dua in her menses. A woman cannot recite the Qur’an, perform salah, enter the masjid or perform Tawaf in her menses.
  36. 36.  If a woman is experiencing her menses, she will not perform any Salah or Tawaf.  A woman will not enter al-Masjid alHaram until after her menses are completed and she has taken a bath.
  37. 37. If a woman entered into Ihram and she was experiencing her menses, then she will not perform the Umrah until after she becomes free of her menses.  She will have to remain in the state of Ihram until she performs Umrah. 
  38. 38.    If she could not perform Umrah due to the Hajj days starting, and she is still in her menses, then she should release herself from the Ihram of Umrah and now enter into the state of Ihram for Hajj. A woman will have to perform Qadha of Umrah and give a dam penalty in this scenario. Umrah should not be performed between the 9th-13th Dhul Hijjah by men and women.
  39. 39.  Your Umrah is now complete!  You are now free from all the prohibitions of Ihraam.  Worship Allah in the most sacred place and turn to Him with your heart.
  40. 40. Abu Hurayra radiallahu anhu said that the Prophet salallahu alaihi wasallam was asked, “Which is the best action?" He replied, "Belief in Allah and His Messenger." He was asked, "Then what?" he replied, "Jihad in the way of Allah." He was asked, "And then what?" He replied, "An accepted hajj." [Agreed upon]
  41. 41. Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: "The performance of `Umrah is expiation for the sins committed between it and the previous ones. And the reward for Hajj Mabrur (pilgrimage accepted by Allah) is nothing but Paradise." (Sahih Al Bukhari, Vol. 3, Book 27, hadith no. 1)
  42. 42. Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said "Whoever performs Hajj to this house - Ka'bah- and does not commit any obscenity and wrongdoing, he, or she, will come out as the day he, or she, was born - pure and free from sins." [Agreed upon]
  43. 43. Procedure of Hajj Tamattu’ 1.Ihraam for Hajj 2. Wuquf Mina (8th) 3. Wuquf Arafah (9th) 4. Wuquf Muzdalifah 5. Wuquf Mina (10th) 6. Rami of big pillar 7. Nahr 8. Halaq or Qasr 9. Tawaf al-Ziyarah 10. Sa’i for Hajj 11.a. Wuquf Mina (11th) 11.b. Rami of 3 pillars 12.a Wuquf Mina (12th) 12.b. Rami of 3 pillars 13.a Leave Mina before sunset of 12th 13.b Stay in Mina 14.a Wuquf Mina (13th) 14.b Rami of 3 pillars 15. Tawaf al-Wida’  condition(Fardh) Sunnah Requirement (Fardh) necessary (wajib) Sunnah necessary (wajib) necessary (wajib) necessary (wajib) requirement (Fardh) necessary (wajib) Sunnah necessary (wajib) Sunnah necessary (wajib) Permitted Sunnah Sunnah Wajib Wajib
  44. 44.      One should come into the state of Ihraam by the 8th of Dhul Hijjah. It is better to come into the state of Ihraam for Hajj prior to the 8th of Dhul Hijjah. It is preferable to come into the state of Ihraam in al-Masjid al-Haram. However, it is permissible to do so from one’s hotel also. Simply wear the Ihraam clothing in one’s hotel room. Proceed to the Masjid and make the intention of Hajj with the Talbiyah. Now one will have to abide by the laws of Ihraam. In Hajj Tamattu’ there is noTawaf al-Qudum.
  45. 45.      One will perform Fajr salah in Makkah. It is sunnah to leave Makkah for Mina after sunrise. It is permissible to go to Mina before sunrise but contrary to the sunnah. One will perform Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, Esha and the next day Fajr at Mina. It is sunnah to spend the night at Mina and perform Fajr there.
  46. 46.  If one intends to stay at Makkah for 15 days, he will then perform his salah in full. If one intends to stay for less than 15 days at Makkah, he will be a Musafir and will shorten his prayers at Mina.  One should spend his day and night in worship. Recite the Qur’an, engage in dhikr, perform nawafil and make abundance of du’a.
  47. 47.  After the Fajr salah, it is wajib to recite takbir altashriq once.  It is wajib upon men and women to recite takbir al-tashriq. Only men will recite the takbir audibly. This will begin on the 9th of Dhul Hijjah after the Fajr prayer until the Asr of the 13h of Dhul Hijjah. The Takbir will be recited after every prayer.   
  48. 48. One should perform Fajr at Mina. After sunrise, set off towards Arafah.  It is wajib to perform Wuquf (station oneself) in Arafah from midday until sunset.  One must stay within the boundaries of Arafah during this period. 
  49. 49.  If one is performing salah with one’s own group or individually, the Dhuhr and Asr should be performed in their respective times.  If one is near to Masjid Namirah that one may perform salah behind the Imam then one should do so. In this case, the Dhuhr and Asr will be combined. )
  50. 50. One should remain engaged in dhikr and du’a in the plains of Arafaat.  The Talbiyah should also be read time to time.  Standing near Jabal al-Rahmah (Mount of Mercy) is desirable. However, it is not necessary to be near it. One may stand anywhere in the plains of Arafaat.  Climbing the mountain and offering salah on it is not established from the sunnah and it has no additional virtue. 
  51. 51. It is wajib to stay in Arafaat until sunset. It is not permissible to depart from Arafaat before then.  After sunset one should leave immediately for Muzdalifah.  Do not perform Maghrib in the plains of Arafaat. Neither perform Maghrib or Esha en route to Muzdalifah.  Maghrib will be performed with Esha in the Esha time at Muzdalifah. 
  52. 52.    Maghrib and Esha will be performed in the following manner: There will be one Athan and one Iqamah, followed by the Fardh of Maghrib and straight after the Fardh of Esha. Do not perform the sunnah of Maghrib in between. The Sunnah of Maghrib, Esha and the Witr salah will be perfomed after the Esha prayer in order.
  53. 53. It is recommended one collects pebbles from Muzdalifah to pelt the Jamarat.  It is permissible to collect pebbles from anywhere in the Haram. However one should not take the pebbles from around the Jamarat (pillars).  Collect for the 10th Dhul Hijjah : 7 pebbles 11th Dhul Hijjah: 21 pebbles 12th Dhul Hijjah: 21 pebbles 13th Dhul Hijjah (if one stays): 21 pebbles  If you are going to leave Mina after pelting on the 12th, you will need a total of 49 pebbles.  If you are going to leave Mina after pelting on the 13th, you will need a total of 70 pebble.  )
  54. 54.      Even if one performs Maghrib and Esha salah individually, he will combine them and perform the sunnah and witr after the Esha prayer. It is Sunnah to spend the night at Muzdalifah. Fajr should be performed in the beginning time. It is wajib to perform wuquf between Fajr and sunrise. One should remain engaged in salah, dhikr, du’a all the while.
  55. 55. A couple of minutes before sunrise, one should leave Muzdalifah and head for Mina.
  56. 56. There are four acts to be performed between the 10th and 12th of Dhul Hijjah: 1. Rami (pelting) – This has to be performed on each day. 2. Nahr (Animal sacrifice) 3. Halaq or Qasar (Shaving or trimming hair) 4. Tawaf al-Ziyarah  Rami (pelting) is performed on the 10th, 11th and 12th.  Nahr, Halaq/Qasar and Tawaf al-Ziyarah must be performed within the three days of 10th,11th and 12th.  It is wajib to perform Rami of the 10th, Nahr (Slaughter) and halaq/qasr (shaving/trimming) in order. 
  57. 57.  1. 2. 3.  Mina has three tall pillars known as Jamaraat. The three pillars are: Jamaraat al-Aqabah or Kubra (The big pillar) Jamaraat al-Wusta (The middle pillar) Jamaraat al-Sughra (The small pillar) These pillars are not shaytan and shaytan is not trapped in these pillars. These pillars mark the places where Ibrahim was tested by the whispers of Shaytan.
  58. 58. Rami is wajib. Men and women must pelt the Pillars.  It is sunnah to say Allahu Akbar with every throw.  The recitation of the Talbiyah will end upon the first throw.  As long as the pebbles land within the enclosure, regardless of whether they hit the pillar or not, it counts as a valid throw.  Do not stop to make du’a at the Jamarat after pelting. Keep moving.  It is sunnah to pelt with the right hand.  One should throw the pebbles one at a time and not all at once.  
  59. 59. On the 10th of Dhul Hijjah, only the Jamarah al-Aqabah (The big Pillar) will be pelted 7 times .  The times for pelting the Jamarah al-Aqabah: Before sunrise Makruh Sunrise-Midday Sunnah Midday to Sunset Permissible Sunset to Fajr (of the 11th) Makruh   Due to the crowds, it is permissible to delay the pelting even after sunset. However it must be done by Fajr. One’s group leader should be consulted.
  60. 60. On the 10th of Dhul Hijjah, only pelt the biggest pillar 7 times. Do not stop to make dua after pelting the big pillar.  On the 11th,12th and 13th (if one stays), one will pelt each pillar seven times, beginning from the smallest.  Stop to make dua after pelting the smallest and the middle pillar. 
  61. 61.      It is wajib to perform an animal sacrifice before the sunset of the 12th of Dhul Hijjah in the Haram Boundary. This sacrifice is known as Dam al-Shukr and is wajib upon those performing Hajj Tamattu’ and Qiran. The animal slaughter is usually arranged by one’s Hajj group. If one’s Hajj group does not arrange the animal slaughter, the nearest slaughterhouses are in Mina. One may slaughter the animal himself or have someone else to slaughter it.
  62. 62.  Halaq (shaving) /qasr (trimming) is wajib.  A person will be free from the restrictions of Ihraam when one performs either Halaq or Qasr.  The prohibition of intimate relations with one’s spouse remains imposed until the completion of Tawaf alZiyarah.
  63. 63. Tawaf al-Ziyarah is a fardh. It has to be performed between the 10th and 12th of Dhul Hijjah.  It is preferable to perform Tawaf alZiyarah after Halaq/Qasr.  Until Tawaf al-Ziyarah is not performed, one cannot be intimate with one’s spouse.  
  64. 64. Every element of Hajj can be performed in one’s menses except Tawaf.  If a woman cannot perform Tawaf alZiyarah due to menstruation, then there is no penalty for her in delaying it even if she does it after its time has passed (sunset on the 12th of Dhul-Hijjah.) 
  65. 65.     Sa’i is a wajib element of the Hajj. The preferred time for this sa’i is after Tawaf alZiyarah. If a person performs this sa’i after Tawaf alZiyarah, he will perform Raml in the first three rounds. This sa’i can be performed in any of the Hajj days on condition it follows a Tawaf.
  66. 66.  All the rules of Ihram are uplifted after Tawaf al-Ziyarah.  It is sunnah to go and spend the night at Mina.
  67. 67.    Whatever actions of the previous have not been completed, one should try to complete them today. Rami of all three Jamarat is wajib on the 11th of Dhul Hijjah. The order of pelting is from the smallest to the largest.
  68. 68. The time of pelting on the 11th and 12th of Dhul Hijjah: Zawal to Sunset Sunnah  It is permissible to perform the Rami after sunset until Fajr if it is difficult to do so during the day.   Rami is not permissible before Zawal on the 11th and 12th of Dhul Hijjah. Return to one’s tent upon completion and engage in worship.
  69. 69.    The procedures of this day are identical to the that of the 11th of Dhul Hijjah. Namely, one will be performing Rami (pelting) again after Zawal. Any action remaining from the 10th must be completed before sunset. If one does not leave Mina and stays there until alSubh al-Sadiq (break of dawn) which is the beginning time of Fajr, then Rami becomes wajib to perform on the 13th.
  70. 70. It is desirable and virtuous to spend an extra night in Mina for the additional Rami on the 13th.  Timings for Rami on the 13th: Fajr-Zawal Permissible but disliked Zawal-Sunset Recommended   The time of pelting ends with the sunset.
  71. 71.   If one does not intend to stay for the additional Rami on the 13th, leave before sunset of the 12th for Makkah. It is permissible to leave after sunset but disliked. Perform Salah in their respective times where ever you may be.
  72. 72.     Tawaf al-Wadaa’ is wajib. It can be performed anytime after Tawaf alZiyarah. If a woman is in her menses and cannot perform Tawaf al-Wadaa’, she is excused from performing it. In addition, there is no penalty for missing it. Even after Tawaf al-Wadaa’, a person can enter the Masjid, perform Tawaf, Salah and even Umrah.
  73. 73. Four types: 1) Badanah- Sacrifice of a large animal (camel or cow) 2) Dam- Sacrifice of a small animal (e.g. Sheep, goat) 3) Sadaqah- Charity equal to Sadaqah al-Fitr 4) Less than Sadaqah al-Fitr amount 
  74. 74. Badanah penalty will be binding by the following: 1) Having relations with one’s spouse after Wuquf in Arafah and before Halaq. 2) Performing Tawaf al-Ziyarah in the state of major impurity (that which necessitates a fardh bath).
  75. 75.  1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) The following will result in a dam penalty Being intimate with one’s spouse. A male wearing day to day clothing for the whole day or whole night. Likewise half a day and a half night will result in Dam. Shaving a ¼ or more of the hair on head or beard. For a male or female to cover the face for a whole day. Applying perfume to a whole body part or one’s clothes. Clipping the nails of one hand or one foot. To omit Tawaf al-Wadaa’. (A woman is excused if she is in her menses. She does not have to give a dam penalty). To omit a wajib of hajj.
  76. 76.  1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) The following result in Sadaqah: Shaving/cutting or trimming less than a ¼ of head. Plucking/trimming/cutting 3 or more hair strands. Clipping one/two nails. Applying perfume to a little portion of the body. For a male wearing day to day clothing for a couple of hours. For males and females to cover the face for a couple of hours. For a male to cover his head for a couple of hours. To perform Tawaf al-Wadaa’ without Wudhu. Leaving one pebble out from Rami.
  77. 77. The following result in giving less than the sadaqah al-fitr amount: 1) Killing lice 2) Killing a locust 3) To pluck one/two hairs 
  78. 78. May Allah give you a safe journey and grant you Hajj Mabrur. All are kindly requested to remember the presenter in their duas throughout their auspicious journey. Jazakallahu Khairan Esdei www.esdesire.com

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