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SUMMAF 

)F THREE 

^KINDS 

OF HAJJ 



HAJJ-E-TAMATTU 


Umrah before Hajj 
But performed 
with separate Ihram 

Abandon Ihram after 
Umrah with no 
slaughter of animal 

Resume Ihram on 
the 8 m of Zul-Hijja, 




in 


UMRAH 
AND 
HAJJ IN 
TWO PARTS 




Should Slaughter 



HAJJ-E-QIRAN 


Umrah and Hajj is 
combined with or 
without the animal 
sacrifice 

Ihram maintained 
throughout 


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UMRAII 
AND 
IIAJJ IN 
ONE IHRAM 




Should Slaughter 



Ca 


HAJJ-E-IFRAD 


Ihram adopted 
with intention of 
Hajj Only 


WITHOUT 

UMRAH 






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Ihram Clothes 


Sa ndals 


Personal 

Clothes 


Umbrella 





Money 


Passport and 
Plane Ticket 


Vaccination 


Card 



Prescription 

Medicines 

































































Sun glass 
with strap 



Safety Pin 


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Portable water 
thermos 



Counter Medications: Ghloraseptic, Sore Throat Lozenges 
Sudaied, Pepto-Bismoi Coughing medicine 


































Men's Ihram 



Ihram for men consists of 
two pieces of white, un 
sewn cloth, One of the 
piece (rza/) is wrapped 
around 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, 



Idtiba: 

is practiced onfy while actt/afy 
petforming JawafuI Qudoom 



































Women Ihram 


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. 








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Ilujjaj must put on Ihram at/before one 
of these Miqat Locations 









































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have no partner, here Z am. 

No Doubt, all praise and bounties are yours, 
and so is the absolute Domain. You indeed 

have no partners, here I am" 


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TYPE OF TAWAF 


Tawaful Qudoom: 

initial Tawaf when pilgrims enter for the first time in the 
Masjid ul-Haram. This is the only time that requires Ihram 
with Idtiba (Leaving right armpits uncover) 

T awaful-Ifada: 

Performed on the 10 th of Thul Hijja - The first day of Eid 

Tawaful-Wadaa: * 

Farewell Tawaf before leaving Makkah 

Tawaful-Nafl: 


Extra Tawaf that the pilgrims can perform at any time during 
their visit in Makkah with/without Ihram 



Tawaf 


Tawaf starts from Hajar-ul-Aswad (Black Stone) & circle 



around Kab’bah 
counter¬ 
clockwise. 


To Zamzam 
and Safa 

— I 


The Yamani 
Corner 


'ijr Ismail 


Abraham’s 

Station 





T RUNS BETWEEN SAFA & MARWA 


MARWAH 

(Finish) 




The Fast-Walking Area 
Between tlie Green Columns 




The Sa'iy Area is approximately Vz Km each round 
Tiro total seven rounds is less than 3.5 km. 


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GENERAL 
BODY 
CLEAN 1NG 
(GHUSL) 



PROCLAIM 
THE NFYA 
(intention) 
FORUMRAH 



PRAY TWO 
RAK>AT NEAR 
MAQAM-L 
IBRAHIM 


MAKE I AWAF 
AROUND 
KA’BAH 
7 CIRCUITS 

(CouritenUpdcwiiit) 


GO TO 
MASJID 
AL-I I ARAM 



RECITE 

TALBIYA 

FREQUENTLY 





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SATY 






DRINK 


(SEVEN RUNS 


HAIRCUT' 

_ 

REMOVE 


ZAMZAM 


BETWEEN 


SIIAVE / CUP 

' 

HIRAM 


WATER 


SAFA&MARWA) 














CON GRADUATION - UMItAI I IS COMPLETED PUT ON USUAL CLOTHES 

































































Pray 2 Rak’ats Near 

MAQAM-I-IB RAHIM 


SA’IY 

(Seven Runs Between 
Safa & Marwa) 


































FIRST DAY OF HAJJ (8 ZUL-HIJTAH) 

YOU ARE IN MINA 



































































MINA 











SECOND DAY OF HAJJ (9 ZUL-HIJJAH) 









































































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Picking up Pebbles 
(Stay Overnight* on 9 th of Zul Hijja) 



* Old Women or Weak Individuals are allowed to proceed to Mina after midnight 










THIRD DAY OF HAJJ (10 ZUL-HIJJAH) 







































































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SHAVE / CLIP 


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Cutting Women’s Hair 



Cutting / Shaving 




Sacrifice on the Day of Eid 



Mina Slaughter House 

Pilgrims can go here to witness their sacrifice 



Booths around Makkah and 
Mina have been set up by 
the Islamic Development 
Bank (IDB) to facilitate 
buying coupons for 
slaughtering and 
distributing sachlicial 
animals. 
























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HISTORICAL PLACES OF MAKKAH 



Masjid Al-Haram 



Birth place of Prophet: 


The house where the Holy prophet was 
born is situated in Suq AbLail Street. At 
this place, there exists a library today. If 
you come out of Haram near Safa hill, this 
house is about two furlongs away on the 
right side. 












HISTORICAL PLACES OF MAKKAH 



The cave of the First Qur'anic 
Revelation {Cave of Hira) on the 
Mountain of Light (Jab al Noor) 



Cave of Thaur. A cave in the mountain 
where The Holy Prophet SaUuk \kyltt ^sSJrta and 
Hadhrat Abu Bakr Siddique^-^Mook 

refuge 









HISTORICAL PLACES OF MAKKAH 



Inside Jannat al-Muaila. Behind the white wall 
where you see people standing is where the 
Prophet's family members are buried i.e. Abu 
Talib [a], Abdul Muttalib , Sayyida Khadija , 
etc. Looking through the grilled windows on the 
wall, one can see a white rectangle on the ground 
(partially visible in the 2nd pic). This is the grave 
of Ummul Mu'mineen Sayyida Khadija , the 
wife of the Prophet and mother of Sayyida 
Fatima az-Zahra 


Masjid Shajarah. Not to be confused with 
the Masjid Shajarah in Madina (Miqat), this 
is where the Prophet camped when he 
was stopped by the Meccan leaders from 
performing Hajj. Thereafter the Treaty of 
Hudaybiya was signed. This mosque is a 
little further to the left of Masjid Hudaybiya 
when coming from Masjid ai-Haram 



















HISTORICAL PLACES OF MAKKAH 



Masjid Jinn. The Prophet was reciting the 
Qur'an here when a group of jinn passing by 
heard him. They were impressed and converted 
to Islam. A verse of the Qur’an in Sura Jinn 



Masjid Hudaybiya. This is where the Treaty of 
Hudaybiya was signed and where the Meccan 
leaders asked the words in the treaty "Muhammad 
Rasuluilah" to be replaced with "Muhammad bin 
Abdullah". This masque is on the way to Jannat 
al-Mua!la from Masjid al-Haram 


narrates this incident 














































Inside Masjid Nabawi 



Graves of Prophet Mohammad , Abu Bakr 
Siddique and Umar AI Farooq 








Inside Masjid Nabawi 


Rawdatul-Jannah 


The Prophet said, 'There is a garden from the gardens of Paradise 
between my house and my pulpit, and my pulpit is on my lake 
(i.e. al-Hawd al-Kawthar).' [Saheeh al-Bukharee (vol, 3, no, 112)] 









































HISTORICAL PLACES OF MADINA 


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MADINA 


HISTORICAL PLACES OF 



This is the very first mosque of Muslim. 
The Prophet MLihammad and his 
companions built it with their own hands. 
According to authentic Hadith "To offer as 
Rakaats of Naft in this Masjld fs equal 
to one limrah" 



In this Masjid, Allah directed Prophet 

Muhammad in the middle of a saiaat to 

turn his face from Islam's first Gib La, "Bait-uP- 
Muqqadis", (Masjid Alaqs in Jerusalem) to 
"Ka'ba" in "Masjid al-Haram" in Makka. 
Consequently, this mosque is known as a 
mosque with two qibfas {QibJatayn) 

















The: mosque of clouds derives its 
no-mo froiti the occasion when 
the Prophet prayed for rain end 
suddenly clouds appeared ond 
rein foil. The mosqus is located 
close to the Masjid al-Nabaj (the 
Prophet’s IVlostq eie> „ 


ES OF MADINA 



Masjid Juma 


It is neiir Bustan al Ja^a In the valley 
Zanuna to the east on the new road to 
Quba. The Mossengor of Allah prayed 
the first Friday there. 





MADINA 


HISTORICAL PLACES OF 


Janatul 



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Hajj Steps by Steps 
(Pictures) 




QABRE-E HAZRAT IBRAHIM 
BIN PAVGHMBER MOHAMMAD SjIIj- IjIuiAUjIk BiiaJliUHi 


QAB RE-E-ABDULLAH BIN JAFER-E-TAYYAR 
AND AQIL BIN ABU TALIB 


(MADINA) 


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HISTORICAL PLACES OR MADINA 



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