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Millions of Muslims started the Hajj journey in Saudi Arabia during the Hajj days, which speaks to one of the biggest yearly human assemblies on the planet. The Hajj is one of the five mainstays of Islam, an excursion each Muslim has faith in to take in his or her lifetime if the individual is physically and fiscally capable.
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Hajj is perhaps one of the most significant pillars of the Islamic religion. It offers a very unique opportunity that you can use in order to reconcile with Allah Almighty and to seek His forgiveness. This will help you make a new and fresh start in life.
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Though the whole Saudi Kingdom has exceptional places, yet Unayzah is its most beautiful city. It is located in the south of Al Qasim Province and the middle of the Najd region. The region has incredible landscapes of attractive deserts and is full of beautiful palm trees.
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Sawm is an Arabic term which usually means, abstaining from food and drink. It is a distinctive Islamic obligation which is performed in the ninth month of lunar calendar typically known as the month of Ramadan.
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Anas bin Malik (RA) was born in Madina before ten years of Hijra. He belonged to the Najjar tribe of Hazraj, which was one of the two leading tribes in Madinah. He was known as Abu Hamza but later on, he gained fame “the Servant of the Prophet,” as he was a close personal attendant to the Prophet of Allah-Almighty.
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Jabal Al-Noor or the Hill of illumination is located near the Makkah in the Hijazi terrain of Saudi Arabia. The blessed Islamic spot has great importance for Muslims all over the world.
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Umar Ibn Khattab (RA) was the second caliph of Islam. After the demise of Prophet Muhammad (SAW), the first caliph of Islam was appointed to Abu Bakar (RA) from the opinion of all companions (Sahaba). Abu Bakar (RA) governed the state of Madinah on the right Sunnah of Prophet (SAW), however, he held reforms as needed.
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Masjid Bani Mua’wiya is situated in Banu Mua’wiya district of Madinah northwest of Masjid e Nabvi. Now its new part is just adjacent to the main ring road. It is also called Ejabah Mosque due to a positive response from God to his Messenger.
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Though all the spots of Masjid Nabvi are blessed, yet Riadhul Jannah also known as Garden of Paradise is a peaceful place. It is located between Sacred Chamber and the Pulpit of Masjid e Nabvi and nowadays it has been distinguished by green carpet and is referred to as Rawdah.
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Ihram is the sensitive rite of pilgrimages either Hajj or Umrah as pilgrims have to care until they remove Ihram after completing the religious obligation. As nearly all rituals of pilgrimages are performed in the state of Ihram, so there are many chances of forgetfulness of violating Ihram.
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Al-Jinn Mosque is placed in the Holy city of Makkah. It is also known as Masjid Haras. Masjid is so-called Al-Jinn because a line was drawn from the Messenger of God in order to show the appearance of Jinn. Jinns (Ghost) are really the creation of God live like human but in different ways.
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Masjid e Nabvi has great importance in the Muslim world. It is the second one which is richly visited by tourists. Muslims visit the Mosque to recall the dwellings of those who devoted their lives for the good survival of Islam.
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Umar Bin Abdul Aziz was the eight Umayyad Caliph who ruled the whole Arabic Peninsula from 99 to 101 A.H. History is a witness that he was just and devout ruler, who behaved his people sympathetically. Umar Bin Abdul Aziz was also a Tabiee (Companion of the Companions of the Holy Prophet ﷺ.
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Mehrab e Tahajjud was a spot where Prophet (PBUH) used to offer the Tahajjud Salah. The spot is located along the northern wall of Fatima’s (RA) house. Later on, Mehrab was constructed to identify the location. The actual Mehrab of Tahajjud is located ten feet behind outer Mehrab.
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Generally, using natural fragrance (Kasturi) is encouraged in Islam but while wearing Ihram, fragrance even natural is not permitted. It is reported that Umar (RA) sensed the pleasing odor of scent coming from Mu'aawiyah (RA) while the latter was in the state of Ihram. Umar (RA) ordered him to go back, and wash it off as he had heard from the Prophet (SAW) that pilgrim must be scruffy and free of fragrance.
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Masjid Abdullah bin Abbas (RA) is located very close to the grave of Abdullah Bin Abbas (RA), the paternal cousin of the Prophet (PBUH). He is prominent among Muslims regarding his knowledge particularly in Tafseer (exegesis of the Quran and Hadiths.
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The spot of Abu Bakar (RA) is the approximate location in Masjid e Nabvi. In fact, the house was contiguous to the western wall of the Masjid e Nabvi during the time of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
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Bab Al-Salam is one of the major gates of Masjid e Nabvi. It is situated on the western side of the Roza e Rasool and is originally built by Caliph Umar (RA) in 640 CE (18AH). With the passage of an extension of the mosque, the door has been moved westward in the same line.