Step by Step Guide to Holy Hajj /Haj

157,353 views

Published on

• This is a simple, compact and concise presentation for Holy Hajj.
• This can be easily printed or downloaded to your computer, laptop, notebook, I pad, I Phone or any other device
• This would be of great help to people planning or going for Hajj.
• Please feel free to download this presentation and share with friends and family.
• May Allah accept your Hajj.
• Please remember me and my family in your prayers

Published in: Spiritual, Travel
5 Comments
124 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • we have very good and brief information about Hajj at :- http://cheapestumrah.blogspot.com/2017/05/information-about-hajj-and-our-services.html
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Labaik al whouma labaik la charika laka labaik labaik very useful
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Salam, It will be good if your attach the meanings in English for the Arabic recitations
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Top News 2013 Hajj 2013 Live Streaming from Mina Musdalifah Arafah Jamarat amin...Urus API Umum Produsen dan NIK Bea Cukai
    Top News 2013 Hajj 2013 Live Streaming from Mina Musdalifah Arafah Jamarat amin... amin...amin....
    The magnificent ten days of Dhu’l-Ḥijjah are almost over and we are approaching their climax, which is the Day of `Arafah, the 9th of Dhu’l-Ḥijjah. On this day there is an immense outpouring of divine mercy and bounty and it is considered by many scholars to be the best day of the year.

    http://sporttvstreaming.blogspot.com/2013/10/mengurus-api-dan-nik-bea-cukai-api-umum.html

    Selingan dari penulis :
    Menerima Jasa pengurusan API Angka Pengenal Impor API Umum API Produsen untuk usaha anda. persyaratan untuk pengurusan API :
    Akta pendirian dan pengesahannya
    Akta perubahan terakhir dan pengesahannya
    Surat Keterangan Domisili usaha
    Kartu NPWP, SKT dan PKP
    SIUP dan TDP
    KTP dan NPWP Direksi dan Komisaris
    Surat Referensi Bank
    Laporan Keuangan, Struktur organisasi (bila tidak ada bisa saya bantu bikinkan)
    Bukti kepemilikan tempat atau surat perjanjian sewa kontrak (minimal 2 tahun).
    Pas foto penandatangan di dokumen API 2 lembar ukuran 3 x 4 berwarna dengan bacground merah.
    komoditi / HS code barang yg akan di import

    Selanjutnya mengurus ijin dari Bea Cukai yaitu NIK Nomor Identitas Kepabenan, yg dulu disebut SRP.

    Segera Hubungi :
    Ibu Hj. HUSNAWATI, SE. Ak.
    CV. SARANA ANDALAN
    Perum Delta Wedoro Blok Cattelya No. 3 Wedoro Waru Sidoarjo 61256
    telp. 081330219788 , 081230273484
    email : husnawati_2008@yahoo.co.id




    The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said there is no day in which Allah saves more people from the fire than the Day of `Arafah. It has also been narrated that anyone who has an atom’s weight of faith in their heart will be forgiven by Allah on this day, whether or not they actually stand at `Arafah.
    The Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم taught those not on Ḥajj to fast on this day with the promise that this would wipe away the wrongdoings of the previous year and the wrongdoings of the year to come. What is meant by the wrongdoings of the coming year being wiped out?
    The scholars mention that it is either protection from falling into them in the coming year or that if we fall into them, we will be forgiven. The wrongdoings mentioned are “minor” sins between a person and Allah, not cases where one person has wronged another. This is an immense gift from Allah to the Ummah of His Beloved صلى الله عليه وسلم.
    We should also turn to Allah to ask for forgiveness and for our needs to be answered, especially in the afternoon of this day. In doing so we imitate the people standing at `Arafah, to whom forgiveness is guaranteed, and we ask Allah to give to us what He is giving to them. As the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said: “The one who imitates a people is one of them.”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53i-n76jDbk
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • http://sporttvstreaming.blogspot.com/2013/10/top-new-hajj-2013-live-tv-streaming.html?m=0
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
No Downloads
Views
Total views
157,353
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
10,250
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2,641
Comments
5
Likes
124
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Step by Step Guide to Holy Hajj /Haj

  1. Step By Step Guide to Holy HAJJ Simple, Concise & Complete Request for Prayers Tanveer A Padder & Family
  2. Introduction This is a simple, compact and concise presentation for Holy Hajj. ¬  This can be easily printed or downloaded to your computer, Laptop, notebook, I pad, IPhone or any other device. ¬  This would be of great help to people planning or going for Hajj. ¬  This presentation uses pictures and material collected from the Internet. ¬  I want to thank all the Hajj related websites Which helped me in preparing this presentation. ¬  Please feel free to download this presentation and share with friends and family. ¬  May Allah accept your Hajj. ¬  Please remember me and my family in your prayers.
  3. Virtues of Hajj ‫‏‬ ¬  Hajj is the Fifth Pillar of Islam. ¬  Hajj is one of the best actions of worship. ¬  Hajj makes you Purified from Sins as a newborn with no sins. ¬  Hajj has no reward but Jannah. ¬  The performance of Umra is an expiation for the sins committed between it and the previous Umra; ¬  Hajj is the Jihaad of women, children, old people, and weak individuals ¬  The pilgrims are the Guests of Allah and whatever they ask for they are granted and what they pray for it is granted to them and what they spend of they are rewarded for it. They are granted a recompense of 1,000,000 dirhams for the sake of 1 dirham spent. ¬  The performance of Hajj and Umrah increase a person’s life span and eradicates poverty and sins. ¬  There is no day when Allah sets free more servants from Hell than the Day of Arafah
  4. Pre-Requisites of Hajj «  Genuine Sincerity «  Repentance from all past sins «  Ability-Physical, mental and financial «  Make sure the wealth to be used for Hajj is from Halal sources «  Pay off any outstanding debts «  Ask forgiveness from those whom we have wronged «  Write your will «  Choose the company of the righteous «  Learn as much as possible about Hajj and Umra «  Memorize some du’a from Quran and Sunna «  Learn how to pray Salaat al-Janaazah -funeral prayer «  Learn the etiquette of visiting the graves «  Learn the rulings of Salaat as-Safar
  5. What to Take Be positive. A LOT of PATIENCE !!! «  The first thing you need is obviously KNOWLEDGE! «  The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: “Take your Hajj rites from me” «  You will soon be a guest of Allah at His House! «  Do not get angry at any cost. «  When packing things for Hajj, keep in mind: Stay light-Choose compact and light items. «  Most items are available in Saudi Arabia, and usually cheaper. «  Keep valuables (documents, money, travelers' checks, keys, credit cards, etc.) in the waist pouch.
  6. Important Toiletries Medications Miscellaneous «  Passport and photocopy of it «  IPhone/I pad/ Laptop/ Notebook «  Vaccination Card «  Money $100 bills «  Important contact numbers «  Pocket Qur’an and Dua book «  Hajj/Umrah books «  Prayer Mat «  Nice Camera «  Sunglasses «  Unlocked Mobile phone & charger «  Toothbrush, tooth-paste «  Soap, shower gel, shampoo «  Brush/comb «  Nail cutter, «  Shaving material «  Pocket tissues «  Wet wipes (alcohol & perfume free) «  Deodorant and roll on «  Vaseline «  Cream, lotion or balm «  Anti-bacterial hand sanitizer «  Safety Pins «  Any regular medication you take «  Travel sickness tablets «  Pain relief tablets «  Throat lozenges «  Cold & flu relief «  Band-Aids «  Antacids «  anti-bacterial cream «  Antibiotics (optional) «  Universal adapter «  Alarm clock/Phone «  Travel Iron «  Night Eye Masks «  Ear plugs «  Small Mirror «  Snacks, biscuits etc. «  Plastic zipped bags «  Multi-blade pocket knife & can opener Things to Take
  7. Kinds of Hajj 1.  Tamattu’ ( ‫ﺍاﻝلﺕتﻡمﺕتﻉع‬ ) ¬  Umra then Hajj during the months of Hajj ¬  Pilgrim called Mutamatti’ (‫)ﻡمﺕتﻡمﺕتﻉع‬ ¬  Requires Hady (animal sacrifice) 2.Qiran ( ‫ِﺭرﺍاﻥن‬‫ﻕق‬‫ﺍاﻝل‬ ) ¬  Combined Umra and Hajj during the months of Hajj ¬  Pilgrim called Qaarin (‫)ﻕقﺍاﺭرﻥن‬ ¬  Requires Hady (animal sacrifice) 3.Ifrad ( ‫ﺍاﻝلﺇإﻑفﺭرﺍاﺩد‬ ) ¬ Hajj only during the months of Hajj ¬ Pilgrim called Mufrid (‫)ﻡمﻑفﺭرﺩد‬ ¬ Does not require Hady HajjUmra Hajj Umra Hajj
  8. Hajj Tamattu ¬  Umrah + Hajj Together –Most Common ¬  People who come to Saudi Arabia from other countries usually perform Hajj al-Tamatt'u. ¬  The Ihram they wear on or before Miqat is for Umrah only and perform Umrah first, then they slip into their ordinary clothes and on 8 Dhiil Hijjah. ¬  They put on Ihram for Hajj at their residence in Makkah and perform the rites of Hajj. It is taken off on the day of sacrifice. ¬  Hajj days: 8 th – 13 th of Dhul-Hijja ¬  New policy requires all pilgrims to leave Medina by 5th Dhul-Hijja. ¬  This presentation describes the procedure to perform Hajj al- Tamatt'u
  9. Destination Options-Medina First ¬  People who come to Saudi Arabia from other countries usually perform Hajj al-Tamatt'u. ¬  You will be doing Umra and Hajj together ¬  The Ihram they wear on or before Miqat is for Umrah only and perform Umrah first, then they slip into their ordinary clothes and on 8 Zil Hijjah. ¬  You can buy Ihraam towels from Madinah ¬  Your Meeqat for Umra is Dhul-Hulayfah (Abyar 'Ali) ¬  Once you leave Madinah, then you make Ihraam from the meeqat of Dhul Hulayfah (Abyar Ali). ¬  Then you go to Makkah and perform Umrah ¬  After Umrah you perfrom Hajj.
  10. Destination Options-Mecca First ¬  Less common ¬  Perform Umrah and Hajj First before going to Medina ¬  You need to have a pair of Ihraam towels with you for your Umra before travel. . ¬  Put on Ihraam towels in the airport or at the last stop of your trip or before boarding your flight to Jeddah. ¬  It’s extremely difficult to put on Ihraam towels in the airplane. ¬  You assume Ihraam for Umrah before landing in Jeddah as Jeddah is beyond the Meeqat. ¬  Make the Niyyah and say Talbiyah when Meeqat is announced in the flight, approximately 30-45 minutes before landing at Jeddah.
  11. Meeqat ¬  The geographical boundary that a person intending Hajj or Umra may not cross without assuming Ihraam for Hajj or Umra, or both. ¬  A Muslim intending Hajj or `Umra who crosses the Meeqat without Ihraam must return to the Meeqat and make Ihraam from there or offer a sacrifice (Hady). Limits of the Haram of Makkah v  Dhu'l-Hulayfah: This miqat is about 9 kilometers from Madinah and about 450 kilometers from Makkah. Dhu'l-Hulayfah is the miqat for those who live in Madinah & surroundings. v  Juhfah: This miqat is about 190 kilometers to the northwest of Makkah. This is the miqat for the people who come from the direction of Syria. v  Qarn al-Manazil: This miqat is a hilly place about 90 kilometers to the east of Makkah. This is the miqat for the people of Nejd & surroundings. v  Dhat Irq: This miqat is about 85 kilometers towards the northeast side of Makkah. This is the miqat for the people of Iran, Iraq and surroundings. v  Yalamlam: This miqat is a hilly area about 50 kilometers to the southeast of Makkah. This is the miqat for the people of Yemen and others coming from that direction. It is the miqat for many of the pilgrims from China, Japan, India, Pakistan who come by ship.
  12. Limits of Haram of Makka 13.5 Miles E 4.6 Miles North 8 Miles N.E 13.5 Miles W 13.5 Miles E 10 Miles S.
  13. Umrah of Hajj(Step By Step) ‫‏‬ «  1. Before setting off from home ü  Make Ghusl (full body wash) ü  Whatever Salah is due at the time of travel; ensure it has been prayed in full before setting off ü  Read 2 rakaats of Travelling Salah before setting off ü  When going out of your house/hotel, say: Bismillahi, Tawakkaltu, 'a‐lallahi, wa laa hawla wa laa quwatta illah billah
  14. Before Setting Off In Car ‫‏‬ «  2. Before setting off in car ü  Read Du’aa of Travelling:- Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. Subhaa‐ nalathee, Sakha‐ra‐la‐naa ha‐thaa wa maa kunaa, lahu muq‐ri‐nee‐na wa innaa ilaa rabbinaa la‐ mun‐qa‐le‐boon « 
  15. At A Journey Break ‫‏‬ «  3. At a journey Break, you may say : A'uthoo bi‐kalimaa tillaah‐hitammaa ti‐min sharri maa khalaq
  16. During Journey and Next Salah is Due «  4. Once you are traveler and next Salah is due : ü  you can combine and shorten them as this is a concession from Allah. v  Dhur (2 Rakaats) & Asr (2 Rakaats) together v  Maghrib (3 Rakaats) & Ishaa (2 Rakaats) together ü  Read as many sunnah/nawafil as you like, there is no restriction
  17. The Rites Of Umrah The only rites of Umrah are: 1.  Entering the state of Ihram 2.  Tawaf of Ka�bah 3.  Sa�yee between the hills of Safa and Marwah 4.  Shaving or clipping of the hair
  18. 1.Ihram ¬  The literal meaning of Ihram is to make haraam (forbidden). ¬  When a haji pronounces the Niyyah (intention) Umrah and utters Talbiyah, certain halaal (permissible) things become haraam for him. ¬  The two sheets that a haji wears are figuratively known as Ihram but the real Ihram is Niyyah & Talbiyah. ¬  If someone wears these two sheets and does not declare his intention and utter Talbiyah, he does not become a Muhrim. ¬  That is why, before Niyyah and Talbiyah, he can cover his head during two rakahs of Nafl, an act which is not allowed in the real state of Ihram.
  19. Ihram for Men v Ihram For Men:-Ihram for men consists of two pieces of white, unsewn cloth, One of the piece (izar) is wrapped round the midriff to cover his body from just above his navel to his ankles, and the other (Rida) is draped around his shoulders to cover the upper body. . Belt
  20. Ihram for Women Ihram For Women:- According to many hadiths, it is not necessary for a woman to wear special clothing while in a state of ihram. Women are expected to wear clothing that conceals the shape and covers the body completely, leaving only their faces and hands exposed. According to some authors, however, gloves can be worn. .
  21. Procedure for Ihram‫‏‬ «  1.Preparation for Ihram :- ü  Comb your hair ü  Shape the beard ü  Trim your mustache ü  Cut your nails and ü  Remove unwanted body
  22. Procedure for Ihram‫‏‬ «  2. Purification:- Take a bath with the intension of Ihram otherwise do wudu. Here it is noted that there are two ways of purification: 1.  Purification of Body (Shower or Wudu) 2.  Internal Purification (Sincere repentance on your s i n s . S a y s o m e t h i n g l i k e t h i s : “O ALLAH, I sincerely repent on my sins and seek you forgiveness “
  23. Procedure for Ihram «  3. Ihram Sheet:- ü  Man should wear a sheet of white cloth around the waist and cover the upper body with the other sheet. ü  Women’s ordinary clothes are their Ihram. ü  Both should wear the flip-flops (Hawai Chappal ) so that middle bones of the upper part of the feet are not covered.
  24. Procedure ‫‏‬ «  4. Nafl Salah:- If it is not makruh (undesirable) time , offer two rakahs of nafl for Ihram by covering your heads. «  ‘Qul yaa ayyuhal kaafiroon ’ in the first raka’at and «  ‘ Qul huwallaahu ahad ‘ in the second raka’at. «  5. Advice:- If going to Jeddah by an airplane , it is convenient to get into the status of Ihram inside the plane .
  25. 1. Intention and Talbiyah:- Now uncover your head and declare your intention. It is assumed that you are performing Hajj al- Tammat'u in which Umrah is performed first as described later in the "Kinds of Hajj". allaahumma innee ureedul umrata fayassirhaalee wataqabbalhaa minnee Immediately after that utter the words of Talbiyah three times and as often afterwards as possible. If you don't remember it, you can say its translation in English or in any other language but Talbiah or its translation is pronounced in a loud voice by men and in a subdued voice by women.The literal meaning of Ihram is to make haraam (forbidden). 2. Intention and Talbiyah
  26. "Labbayk, Allahumma Labbayk. Labbayk. La shareeka laka. Labbayk.Innal-hamda wan-n'imata laka wal-mulk. La shareeka lak." “Here I am, O Lord, here I am, You indeed have no partner, here I am No Doubt, all praise and bounties are yours, and so is the absolute Domain. You indeed have no partners, here I am” Talbiyah
  27. “Allahumma inni as'aluka razaka wa janata wa a'uzubika min ghazabika wa’nari“ 3. Du’a v After this recite Darud Sharif and supplicate to Allah Almighty any du'a in Arabic or in your own language.
  28. û  Cover head (men), cover face (women) û  Cover the middle bone of the upper part of the feet (Both men and women) û  Shave / cut hair û  Cut nails û  Wear perfume û  Wear stitched clothing (men) / (Women can wear their ordinary clothes) û  Hunting / killing û  Sex 4. Prohibitions of Ihram v After intention and Talbiyah, you are in the status of Ihram and from this time on you should not do acts that are forbidden in Ihram.
  29. v When this sacred journey towards Makkah al-Mukarrama starts, recite Talbiyah frequently on the way. v Then enter the city very humbly and with great fondness still reciting Talbiyah.After arranging for your residence, proceed to the Haram Sharif to perform Umrah. v Ihram: You should be already in Ihram for Umrah before entering Mecca as mentioned above. 5. Journey Towards Holy Makkah
  30. v While reciting Talbiyah, enter Masjid al-Haram preferable through Bab as-Salam with right foot first. “bismillaahi wassalaatu wassalaamu alaa rasoolillaah. Allaahummaftah lee abwaaba rahmatik” 5.Entering Masjid al-Haram
  31. v At the first sight of Ka’bah keep your eyes fixed at Baitullah and standing at one side, it is suggested that you do the following:- ü Say three times “Allahu Akbar, La Ilaha IllAllah” ü Proclaim Darud on our beloved Prophet (peace be upon him) and very humbly with tears supplicate to ALLAH for whatever you wish. This is special time for acceptance of prayers . 6. First Sight
  32. v The idea is to praise and glorify your Creator before proclaiming Darud and supplications. Therefore, in lieu of Allahu Akbar La Ilaha Illallah. You may recite some other similar holy verses if you desire . v Ather this , while uttering Talbiyah . Move to perform Tawaf of Ka’bah. 6. First Sight…
  33. Makkah & HARAM
  34. Restrictions while in the Haram Every good deed or bad deed is multiplied by 100,000 times û  Its plants must not be cut û  Its game must not be frightened, û  Articles lost in it must not be picked up except by someone making announcement to find the owner, û  Nor is any man to bear arms for fighting in it. (Note: the above is part of a Hadith of the Prophet (pbuh)) û  These restrictions apply to the Haram of Madinah as well. û  They apply to everyone whether in a state of Ihraam or not, during any time of the year
  35. v  Tawaf means circling around something.Here it means moving around Ka�bah seven times with extreme love and devotion. 1. Preparation: Pass the upper sheet of Ihram from underneath the right arm and put it on the left shoulder. This act bares the right shoulder and is known as Iztaba. Ablutions (vudu) is essential for tawaf. Reciting of Talbiyah is stopped when you reach Hajar-e- Aswad, the starting point of tawaf. 2. TAWAF OF UMRAH
  36. 2. Niyyah(intension): Stand in front of Ka’bah facing Hajar-e-Aswad (the Black Stone) in such a way that the whole Hajre-e-Aswad is on your right side. To achieve this end, you may get help from the black stripe on the floor. This stripe should be on your right side. Then without raising your hands make Niyyah (intention) for Umrah: " O Allah, I perform Tawaf of Umrah to please You. Make it easy for me and accept it from me." TAWAF OF UMRAH…
  37. 3. Istilam: Now moving toward right, come in front of Hajre-e-Aswad and kiss or touch it with the stick and kiss the stick ; if that also not possible, raise your hands to ears keeping open your palm toward Hajre-e-Aswad and say: “Bismillahi Allahu Akbar Wa Lilla hil Hamd” And drop your hands down. Now point the palms of your hands again toward Hajre-e-Aswad and kiss them. This act of kissing Hajre-e-Aswad or pointing towards it is called Istilam. TAWAF OF UMRAH…
  38. 4.Tawaf Starts: After Istilam, turn right and start tawaf counter clockwise. WARNING v  The authorities often apply perfume to Hajar-e- Aswad, Rukn Yamani and Multazam. If so, do not touch them while in the state of Ihram, otherwise a dum will be required as a penalty. v  During Tawaf, it is not permissible to face or turn your back towards Ka’bah except when you are kissing or pointing towards Hajar-e-Aswad. TAWAF OF UMRAH…
  39. 5.Ramal: v  For the first three circuits of Tawaf of Umrah and Tawaf of Arrival, men are required to move their shoulders and walk with quick short steps. v  This act is called Ramal and is Sunnah. v  They walk normally during the remaining four circuits. TAWAF OF UMRAH…
  40. MAQAM-E-IBRAHIM Maqam-e Ibrahim
  41. HIJR-E-ISLAMEL HIJR-E-ISLAMEL HATIM
  42. HAJARUL ASWATH GREEN TUBE LIGHT HAJARUL ASWATH
  43. Al-Masjid Al-haram (2) Maqam Ibraheem Door of the Ka’bah Hijr al-Ka'bah (Hateem) To the Safa Zamzam tap water King Fahd Gate Black Stone Corner Iraqi Corner Shami Corner Yamani Corner Abraj Al-Bait Abraj Makkah (Hilton)
  44. 6. Supplications of Tawaf: There are no fixed supplications for Tawaf but there are several recommended supplications listed in the books of Hajj and Umrah out of which the following supplication is easy to easy to memorize : “Subhan-Allah Wal-hamdu-lillahi wa la ilaha ill-Allah wa-Allahu Akbar wa la haula wa la quwwata illa-billah” v  If you don’t remember these words, you may glorify ALLAH by repeatedly uttering : Subhan Allah, Al-Hamdu lilla, Allahu Akbar, La Ilaha Illallah, etc. v  You may also use supplications used in the daily Salah or you may seek forgiveness of Allah and ask Him whatever you wish in your own language. TAWAF OF UMRAH
  45. 7. Hatim : Hatim is a semi-circular half-built portion which was originally a part of the Ka’bah but which could not be included in the main structure when the Ka�bah was rebuilt. It is obligatory to go around Hatim also while performing tawaf. 8. Rukh Yamani and Its Supplications: After passing the three corners of the Ka’bah you reach the fourth corner known as Rukn Yamani. Touch it with both hands or with right hand. There is a beautiful supplication to be used while walking between Rukn Yamani and Hajar-e-Aswad: "Rabbana atina fid-dunya hasanatan wa fil-akhirati hasanatan wa qina azabin-nar.“ Our beloved Prophet (peace be upon him) has repeatedly recited this supplication. The first circuit is complete when you reach Hajar-e-Aswad. TAWAF OF UMRAH
  46. Tawaf Maqam Ibraheem Start Line Hijr al-Ka'bah Door Ka'bah To Zamzam To the Safa N
  47. 9. Seven Circuits : At Hajar-e-Aswad ,start second circuit by kissing it or pointing towards it as you started the first circuit ,i.e., come in the front of Hajar-e-Aswad , raise both hands to your ears with open palms towards it and say : “Bismillahi Allahu Akbar Wa Lilla hil Hamd” Now kiss both palms and drop your hands . After this go around Ka’abah as you did before and sililarly complete the seven circuits . TAWAF OF UMRAH…
  48. 10. The End of Tawaf : At the end of seven circuits, do Istilam of Hajar-e-Aswad or point towards it eighth time which is Sunnat Mu’akidah. Also Say : “Bismillahi Allahu Akbar Wa Lilla hil Hamd” 11. Iztaba Finished: Now Iztaba is finished, therefore , you cover your both shoulders with upper portion of the Ihram sheet. This does not apply to women. TAWAF OF UMRAH…
  49. 12. Multazam: Now, come to Multazam which is a place five or six feet in length between Hajar-e- Aswad and the door of Ka’bah. TAWAF OF UMRAH… ¬  This is a highly sacred place where prayers are accepted. ¬  If it is possible to reach Multazam cling to it pressing your chest and cheeks, and while trembling and crying with devotion and with all humility seek Allah’s mercy,His blessings and ask Him whatever you wish. ¬  If you are unable to come close to Multazam, just face towards it andsupplicate from a distance. Multazam
  50. 13. After completing Tawaf : Proceed to Maqaam‐e Ibraaheem ‐ (Prophet Ibraaheem's station) Recite this verse (which means): 1. Next offer two rakahs of nafls behind and close to Maqam Ibrahim without covering your head. If it is zawal time when sajdah is not allowed, you have to wait till this undesirable time is passed and then offer prayers. ¬  In the niyyah (intention), say that you are offering 2 rakahs of nafls wajib al- tawaf. Recite Qul ya ayya hal kafroon in the first rakah and Qulhu wallah in the second rakah. After this, supplicate to Allah in Arabic or in your own language. Ask Him whatever you wish and invoke His blessings. ¬  If it is not possible to offer this obligatory prayer near Maqam Ibrahim, it can be offered anywhere in Mataf, or in Hatim or anywhere in Masjid al-Haram or even at any place in Haram of Makkah. TAWAF OF UMRAH
  51. TWO RAKA`TH Two Raka’th of Nafal
  52. 2. Zamzam: Now go to Zamzam well situated in the basement of the Haram about 200 feet from the Ka’bah door. There are separate portions for men and women . Zamzam is the best available water in the world. Drink this water to fill while in standing position saying Bismillah. Then supplicate to ALLAh: After Completing Tawaf “Allahummah inni as’aluka ilm-an naafi’an wa rizqan waasi’an wa shifa’an min kuli da’in.” ZAMZAM WELL
  53. 3. Sa’ey Between the hills of Safa and Marwah ¬  How to Perform Sa’ey 1.  Istilam of Hajar-e-Aswad: Before starting Sa’ey, do Istilam of Hajar-e-Aswad again the nonth time or point towards it . Saying: “Bismillahi Allahu Akbar Wa Lilla hil Hamd” Now proceed towards safa. It is a sunnah to be in the state of ablutions during Sa’ey. After Completing Tawaf
  54. 2. Start of Sa’ey at Safa : Climb the hill of Safa and make intension(niyyah) for Sa’ey. ü  Now recite: “Inn-as-Safa wal-Marwah min Sha’a’irillah” How to Perform Sa’ey
  55. 2. After this Climb to the point where you can see the Ka’bah, then facing the Ka,bah raise your hands in supplication, say Allahu Akbar three times and recite the following supplication or ask ALLAH whatever you wish : “la ilaha ila Allah wahdahu la sharika lah, lahu al-mulk wa lahu al-hamd, wa huwa `ala kulli shay’in qadir” v  If you don’t remember this , you may use the supplication recited earlier during Tawaf : “Bismillahi Allahu Akbar Wa Lilla hil Hamd” How to Perform Sa’ey…
  56. 3. Proceed toward Marwah: Come down from the Safa and move toward Marwah while reciting this supplication: “Subhan-Allah Wal-hamdu-lillahi wa la ilaha ill-Allah wa-Allahu Akbar wa la haula wa la quwwata illa- billah” ¬  If you don’t remember this supplication also , recite Subhan ALLAH ,Alhamdu Lillah , ALLAHu Akbar repeadly and keep moving. You may also praise ALLAH and ask for His mercy in your language or use supplication taken from daily Salah. When you reach two green pillars between which men have to run but woman walk with their normal pace. How to Perform Sa’ey
  57. MARWAH (Finish) SAFA (Start) The Sa’iy Area is approximately ½ Km each round The total seven rounds is less than 3.5 km. 7 RUNS BETWEEN SAFA & MARWA The Fast-Walking Area Between the Green Columns Sa’iy
  58. 4. At Marwah: ü  When on top of marwah, praise Allah facing the Ka�bah and repeat the same supplications that were recited at Safa. ü  One trip is over, second trip will be on Safa and third trip will be on Marwah. 5. End of Sa’ey :In the same way, the seventh trip will end at Marwah. ü  In all trips the men will run between the green pillars but the women will walk in a normal way. 6. Two Raka at Nafl : If it is not an undesirable (Makrooh) time, offer two raka�ats of nafl in the al-Haram. How to Perform Sa’ey…
  59. 7. While Coming out of Masjid-ul-Haram, aperson should first keep the left foot out and then recite the following du’a: How to Perform Sa’ey…
  60. ü After Sa�ey, men should get their heads completely shaved or get their hair clipped to the length of the upper third of their finger or a little more. ü Both shaving and clipping are permissible for men, though shaving is preferable. ü Women are, however, allowed to have a lock of their hair clipped. They are forbidden to shave their heads. Shaving Or Clipping Of Hair
  61. Umrah Is Complete ¬  After cutting the hair, Umrah is complete. The restrictions of Ihram are finished. ¬  Now wear your everyday clothes and lead a normal life. Be thankful to Allah that He provided the opportunity for performing Umrah and lead rest of your life according to the commands of your Creator. Nafl Tawaf « You may perform Umrah as often as you want according to the above procedure. « And if you want to perform just a nafl Tawaf, follow the same procedure, however, in a nafl Tawaf there is no Ihram, no Ramal, no Iztaba and even no Sa�ey.
  62. How to Perform Umrah
  63. ¬  This practice has no basis in the Sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh) or the practice of his companions (rAa). ¬  There is no report that the Prophet (pbuh) or the companions after him accumulated multiple Umras while staying in Makkah waiting for Hajj. Repeating the Umra incurs hardship and causes many pilgrims to miss on Fardh prayers because of tiredness. ¬  One who repeats the Umra may be compared to someone who prays the Sunnah of Fajr, and while waiting for the Fardh prayer decides to stand up and repeat the Sunnah multiple times, or someone who decides to repeat the Witr prayer after Isha. The exception here is a Umra which one performs for: ¬  A deceased person ¬  A sick or an old person who is not able to perform Umra by himself/ herself. ¬  Fulfillment of a pledge. Performing Multiple Umrahs
  64. Stay in Makkah If you did Tamattu’, you completed your Umra and now remain in the state of “Hill” ( ‫ﺡحﻝل‬ ) (being out of the state of Ihraam) until the day of Tarwiyah (8 th Dhul-Hijjah). ¬  While in Makkah use time wisely, it is so precious there. Avoid excessive time on shopping and idle discussions ¬  In the Haram, the reward for good deeds is multiplied 100,000 times, and so is the punishment for sins. ¬  Try not to miss any salat in the Masjid Al-Haram; each salat there is better than 100,000 salat elsewhere: the equivalent of more than 55 years of salat! ¬  Make optional tawaf as much as possible, as it is better than salat in the Masjid Al-Haram. But do not exhaust yourself. ¬  Keep yourself busy with salat, recitation of the Qur’an, Tawaf, dhikr and reflection. Make lots of du’a. ¬  Do not neglect other forms of Ibadah: charity, fasting, help others, say salam, smile, etc. ¬  Try not to walk in front of any praying person in the masjid. You should pray two rak'at of "taHiyyat al-masjid" in case you don't intend to make Tawaf. .
  65. HOLY MECCA
  66. Sacred Journey Of Hajj INTENTION Mecca Mina Arafat Muzadalifa MakkahMina Mina
  67. Hajj Step By Step - Summary ¬  Ihram - ‫ﺍاﻝلﺇإﺡحﺭرﺍاﻡم‬ ¬  Mina (8 Dhul-Hijjah) - ‫ﻡمﻥنﻯى‬ ¬  Arafah (9 Dhul-Hijjah) - ‫ﻉعﺭرﻑفﺓة‬ ¬  Muzdalifah (9 Dhul-Hijjah – night) - ‫ﻡمﺯزﺩدﻝلﻑفﺓة‬ ¬  Mina (10 Dhul-Hijjah): ¬  Ramy (throw pebbles at Jamrat Al-’Aqabah) - ‫ﺍاﻝلﺭرﻡمﻱي‬ ¬  NaHr (sacrifice) - ‫ﺍاﻝلﻥنﺡحﺭر‬ ¬  Halq (shave hair of the head) - ‫ﺍاﻝلﺕتﻕقﺹصﻱيﺭر‬ ‫ﺃأﻭو‬ ‫ﺍاﻝلﺡحﻝلﻕق‬ ¬  Makkah (10 Dhul-Hijjah): ¬  Tawaf Al-IfaDah - ‫ﺍاﻝلﺇإﻑفﺍاﺽضﺓة‬ ‫ﻁطﻭوﺍاﻑف‬ ¬  Sa’y between Safa and Marwa - ‫ﺍاﻝلﻡمﺭرﻭوﺓة‬ ‫ﻭو‬ ‫ﺍاﻝلﺹصﻑفﺍا‬ ‫ﺏبﻱيﻥن‬ ‫ﺍاﻝلﺱسﻉعﻱي‬ ¬  Mina (11, 12 and 13 Dhul-Hijjah): ¬  Ramy (throw pebbles at all the three Jamarat) - ‫ﺍاﻝلﺭرﻡمﻱي‬ ¬  Makkah (last day) ¬  Tawaf Al-Wada’ (Farewell Tawaf) - ‫ﺍاﻝلﻭوﺩدﺍاﻉع‬ ‫ﻁطﻭوﺍاﻑف‬
  68. 1 - Ihram • Assume Ihram from a Meeqat or your residence if you are in Makkah • Clean yourself and take a shower • Put on two Ihram garments & slippers/sandals • Pray two Rak'at or a prescribed Salat • Make intention and say "labbayk Allahumma Hajjaa" • Recite Talbiyah • Go to Mina MuzdalifahMina Arafah 3 - Day of Arafah - 9th • Arrive in Arafah before or around Duhr on the 9th • Pray Duhr and Asr combined with Qasr early in the time of Duhr • Spend the day in supplication and remembrence of Allah • Leave Arafah for Muzdalifah after sunset 2 Meeqat 2 - Mina - 8th • Arrive in Mina in the morning • Spend the day and night there • Pray Duhr, Asr, Maghrib, Isha and Fajr in their time with Qasr • Leave Mina for Arafah after sunrise (9th) 1 1 4 - Muzdalifah - 10th • Arrive in Muzdalifah at night • Pray Maghrib and Isha combined with Qasr • Sleep the night until Fajr • Pray Fajr early in its time & then make Dhikr • Leave Muzdalifah for Mina shortly before sunrise 3 5 - Mina - 10th • Arrive in Mina in the morning • Go to Jamrat al-Aqabah and stone it with 7 pebbles • Slaughter your animal • Shave or trim off your hair • First TaHallul: Take off Ihram towels. All restrictions lifted except sexual intercourse • Take a shower and put on normal clothes • Go to Makkah for Tawaf al-Ifadah 4 6 - Makkah - 10th • Proceed to al-Masjid al-Haram • Perform Tawaf al-Ifadah • Perform Sa'y • Full taHallul: All restrictions lifted • Go back to Mina 5 7 - Mina - 11th, 12th & 13th • Spend the days of Tashreeq and their nights in Mina • Stone the 3 Jamarat every day between Duhr and Maghrib • You may leave on the 12th after stoning and before sunrise if you wish 6 8 - Makkah – Last Day • Perform Tawaf al-Wada' (farewell Tawaf) • Make it the last thing you do in Makkah 7
  69. Ihraam for Hajj ¬  Perform Ghusl and Put perfume (man only) ¬  Wear Ihraam garments ¬  If you are coming from outside (Africa, Europe, Madinah, etc.), assume Ihram Dhul-Hulayfah at or before the Meeqat. ¬  If you are in Makkah, then you make Ihraam from your place of residence ¬  ”. Declare for Hajj ONLY when leaving hotel: “ Labbaik Allahumma Hajjan “"O Allah! I intend to perform Hajj. Please make it easy for me and accept it from me. Amen." ¬  NOW IN STATE OF IHRAM -Recite Talbiyah ¬  Avoid forbidden acts of Ihraam ¬  Recite Talbiyah often : “ Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik. Labbaika Laa Sharikalaka Labbaik. Innalhamda Wannirmata Laka Walmulk Laa Sharikala “ ¬  You continue the talbiyah until you throw the pebbles at Jamrat Al-’Aqabah on the 10 th of Dhul-Hijjah
  70. Mina 8 Dhul-Hijjah First Day Of Hajj ¬  Perform Fajr salah in Makkah. ¬  Go to Mina in the morning of Yaum at-Tarwiyah (8 th of Dhul- Hijjah). ¬  On the way, pronounce Talbiyah as often as you can and also utter other supplications ¬  Spending this night in Mina is a Sunnah.For some scholars it's a wajib. ¬  Pray in Masjid Al-khaif (Mina). It is reported that 70 prophets prayed in this masjid ¬  One will perform Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, Esha and the next day Fajr at Mina.. ¬  Do not pray sunnah and naffil except for sunnah Fajr and Witr ¬  During time in Mina, recite Holy Quran, Talbiyah and zikrullah often,No Tahajjud
  71. First Day of Hajj (8 Zul-Hijjah)
  72. Arafat-9th of Dhul-Hijjah 2nd day of Hajj ¬  Leave Mina for Arafat on the morning of the 9th of Dhul- Hijjah and stay until sunset (start of 10th of Dhul-Hijjah). ¬  Offer Fajr prayer in Mina, say Takbir Tashriq (Allah-u Akbar, Allah-u Akbar La Ilaha ill-Allah wa-Allah-u Akbar, Allah-u Akbar wa Lillah-il-hamd) and Talbiyah. ¬  Pray Dhuhr and Asr at Masjid Namirah, two rak’as each, combined at the time of Dhuhr , after listening to the Imam’s sermon . This may be difficult because of the crowd. In which case you may pray at your camp with your group. ¬  Namira is not part of Arafah, but part of the Masjid is within the limits of Arafah.
  73. Arafat-9th of Dhul-Hijjah 2nd day of Hajj ¬  Stay inside the boundaries of Arafat. ¬  Waquf is started at the beginning of zawal and ends at the sunset. Spend this time uttering Talbiyah, repent on your sins, seek forgiveness and mercy of Allah, say Darud Sharif and utter all the supplications (du'as) in Arabic and in your own language. ¬  It is better to do Waquf while standing but sitting down is also allowed ¬  Face Kaaba, raise hands, Praise Allah, cry and supplicate abundantly untilMaghrib
  74. Arafat Mount of Arafat Arafat during Hajj Night at Arafat
  75. Arafat II ¬  When the sun has set you leave Arafah for Muzdalifah, going with calmness and tranquility , ¬  Make sure you don’t leave until after sunset ¬  Do not perform Maghrib in the plains of Arafaator or en route to Muzdalifah. ¬  Maghrib will be performed with Esha in the Esha time at Muzdalifah. ¬  The Prophet (pbuh) said: “The best thing that I and the Prophets have said on the evening of Arafah is: .
  76. Rewards Of The Day Of Arafah ¬  The Prophet (pbuh) said: “There is no day on which Allah frees more of His slaves from Fire than the Day of 'Arafah, and He draws near, then praises them before the angles, saying :'What do they seek?’ ¬  The Prophet (pbuh) said: “The best thing that I and the Prophets have said on the evening of Arafah is: “Laa ilaha illallaahu wahdahu laa shareeka lahu lahul mulk wa lahul hamdu wa huwa 'alaa kulli shay'in qadeer.” “There is no god except Allah, He has no partner. To Him belongs all sovereignty and praise, and He is over all things omnipotent.”
  77. Second Day of Hajj (9 Zul-Hijjah)
  78. Muzdalifah – Night Of 10 Dhul-Hijjah 3rd Day Of Hajj ¬  In Muzdalifah offer Maghrib and Isha prayers together at Isha time. For both prayers there is one adhan and one iqamah. ¬  It is Sunnah to spend the night at Muzdalifah. ¬  You may collect pebbles here. Pick up 49 pebbles of the size of chick peas if Rami is to be performed for three days and seventy if for four days. ¬  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
  79. Muzdalifah – Night Of 10 Dhul-Hijjah 3rd Day Of Hajj… ¬  Then you sleep until Fajr. Pray Fajr at the beginning of its time. ¬  When you come to the river valley of MuHassir (andThis is a very blessed night in which glorify Allah, recite Darud Sharif, read Quran, utter Talbiyah and supplicate very humbly. ¬  Also TAke some rest. One should remain engaged in salah, dhikr, du’a all th ewhile. ¬  Then you leave for Mina before the sun rises, calmly while reciting talbiyah.
  80. Mina -10th Dhul Hijjah-Ist day of Eid Leave for Makka before sunset on 10th Dhul Hijjah This is the busiest day of Hajj. You will be doing the following: ü  Stone Jamrat al-'Aqabah ü  Sacrifice an animal ü  Shave or trim off your hair ¬  Go to Makkah to do Tawaf al-Ifadah & Sa'y and come back to Mina ¬  Hit Jamrah Aqabah with seven pebbles one after the other ¬  Say when throwing: “ Allahu Akbar “ Do not supplicate when finished throwing stones ¬  Stop saying Talbiyah when you throw the first pebble. Also don't stop for du'a. Just go to your residence and do Qurbani (animal sacrifice). ¬  TaHallul - ‫ﺍاﻝلﺕتﺡحﻝلﻝل‬ When you have stoned the Jamrah everything becomes lawful for you again except sexual intercourse, even if you have not sacrificed or shaved your head - so you may wear your clothes and use perfume. ¬  This partial freedom is called taHallul Asghar (the small taHallul).
  81. Makkah - 10 Dhul-Hijjah ¬  Then you go off that day to Makkah and make Tawaf al- IfaDah in the same way as in the Tawaf of arrival, except that there is no idtiba’ (uncovering right shoulder) or ramal (bold walk) in this Tawaf. ¬  Follow the same procedures as Tawaf of Umrah ¬  Pray two rak'ahs behind Maqaam Ibraheem, if possible, or anywhere in the masjid if not. ¬  Then you do sa’y between Safaa and Marwah as before. ¬  After this Tawaf (al-Ifadah) you are in a state of complete taHallul. ¬  Drink from Zamzam. ¬  Return to Mina.
  82. Mina 10th-12th Dhul Hijjah There are four acts to be performed between the 10th and 12thof Dhul Hijjah: ü  Rami (pelting) – This has to be performed on each day. ü  Nahr (Animal sacrifice) ü  Halaq or Qasar (Shaving or trimming hair) ü  Tawaf al-Ziyarah ü  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. ¬  Slaughter your animal in any part of Mina or Makkah unless you have coupon for sacrifice. ¬  Then you shave off all of your hair or shorten it. Shaving is better. ¬  If you shorten your hair it has to be from all over the head, not part of it only (like the sides). Start with the right side of the head. The woman shortens her hair the length of a finger joint. ¬  Go to your camp in Mina, take a shower, put on new clothes and perfume.
  83. MINA DURING HAJJ
  84. Third Day of Hajj (10 Zul-Hijjah)
  85. Fourth Day of Hajj (11 Zul-Hijjah)
  86. Rami- Pelting of Stones ¬  Rami is wajib.It is sunnah to pelt with the right hand. ¬  It is sunnah to say Allahu Akbar with every throw. ¬  Minahas three tall pillars known as Jamaraat. ¬  These pillars mark the places where Ibrahim was tested by the whispers of Shaytan ¬  The three pillars are: 1.  Jamaraat al-Aqabah or Kubra (The big pillar) 2.  Jamaraat al-Wusta (The middle pillar) 3.  Jamaraat al-Sughra (The small pillar)
  87. Rami- Pelting of Stones… ¬  One should throw the pebbles one at a time and not all at onc 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. ¬  On the 10th of Dhul Hijjah, only pelt the biggest pillar 7 times. ¬  On the 11th,12th and 13th (if one stays), one will pelt each pillar seven times, beginning from the smallest. The times for pelting the Jamarah al-Aqabah ü  Before sunrise Makruh ü  Sunrise-Midday- Sunnah ü  Midday to Sunset- Permissible ü  Sunset to Fajr (of the 11th- Makruh
  88. Fifth Day of Hajj (11 Zul-Hijjah)
  89. Makkah-Mina ¬  Leave Mina for Makka on 13th Dhil -Hijj after throwing stones ¬  Stay in Mina for the days of tashreeq ( ‫ﺍاﻝلﺕتﺵشﺭرﻱيﻕق‬ ‫ّﺍاﻡم‬‫ﻱي‬‫ﺃأ‬ ) and their nights. ¬  Most scholars consider the staying in Mina as a Wajib. You may go at night to make tawaf and return to Mina if you wish. It is reported that the Prophet (pbuh) did it. ¬  Stone the three Jamarat each with seven pebbles in each of those days, after zawaal (when the sun moves from its zenith, i.e. Dhuhr time). ¬  After the first and the second Jamarat, move forward to the side and stand facing the Qiblah for a long time making du'a while raising your hands. ¬  Return to Mina ¬  You may leave on the 12th after stoning the Jamaraat if you wish
  90. Tawaf-e- Ziarah ¬  Now perform Tawaf-e-Ziarat. ¬  Tawaf al-Ziyarah is a fardh. ¬  It can be performed any time, day or night, from 10 Zil Hijjah to the sunset of 12 Zil Hijjah. Usually it is convenient to do it on 11 Zil Hijjah. ¬  Its procedure is similar to that of Tawaf of Umrah and it is essential that you have performed wudu. ¬  According to Sunnah this tawaf is to be performed after Rami, sacrifice and shaving or clipping of the hair, and every effort should be made to do that, but the Fard stands discharged even if Tawaf-e-Ziarat is performed prior to all these practices. ¬  As mentioned earlier, Halq or Qasr after Qurbani lifts all the prohibitions of Ihram but the private relations between man and wife are permitted only after this Tawaf. ¬  Until Tawaf al-Ziyarah is not performed, one cannot be intimate with one’s spouse
  91. Tawaful Wida - Farewell ¬  Go to Makkah and make a farewell Tawaf. ¬  Tawaf al-Wadaa’ is wajib. ¬  It can be performed anytime after Tawaf al-Ziyarah. ¬  Perform two Ra’kah of Tawaf. ¬  The Prophet (pbuh) said:”None of you should depart until he makes his last act Tawaf of the House.“ ¬  Even after Tawaf al-Wadaa’, a person can enter the Masjid, perform Tawaf, Salah and even Umrah. ¬  No Sa’y needed but if you do same as say of Umrah ¬  Leave masjid with left foot saying Darood + duah
  92. Makkah - Last day ¬  Let the Tawaf be the last thing you do in Makkah ¬  Obligation before leaving Makka. Tawaaf Wida ¬  After Tawaf Al-Wida you must leave Makkah, or else another Tawaf should be made. ¬  Sunnah to bring Zamzam water home ¬  When leaving Makka, recite travel duah. ¬  May Allah accept your Hajj-Ameen ¬  You will Insha'Allah return spiritually refreshed, forgiven of their sins, and ready to start life anew, with a clean slate.
  93. Future Expansion of Holy Kabah 2020
  94. THANK YOU THANK YOU Request For Prayers Tanveer A Padder & Family

×