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Every act of worship in Islam has a meaning, a purpose and a significance, and of great spiritual, moral, and physical benefits.
Hajj, one of the five main pillars of Islam, gives a specific and practical example of acts of worship in Islam.
The Ka’bah is glorified by those miqats beyond which one cannot pass without being in the state of ihram as a sign of honor to the House of Allah.
The article talks about the excellence of the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah, their respective wisdom and what to do to make the best use of them.
This article tells the story of the blessed family of Ibrahim, his wife, Hajar, and his son, Isma’il and how it is related to the rites of Hajj.
This article difines the word Ihram and discusses its kinds and the recommended acts that should be observed before entering the state of Ihram.
This article discusses the meaning of Udhiyah, its legal ruling, the prerequisites, the time for offering it and how it can be distributed.
The state of Ihram has some regulations that must be obeyed by the pilgrim such as the Ihram clothing, perfumes, marital relations, hunting, etc.
This article discusses the rites and rituals a pilgrim need to carry out on the first two days of Hajj, namely, the Tarwiyah and ‘Arafat Days.