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Al-Abwaa is the village where the grave of Bibi Amina the mother of Prophet (PBUH) is found. It is located between Madinah and Juhfah about 23 miles from Madinah. In fact, the mother of Amina belonged to Makkah but she was buried in Madinah.
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Hajj is a very sacred religious duty and a great blessing of Allah Almighty. Getting a chance to perform Hajj is nothing less than a dream come true for a Muslim. Being a 5th and the last pillar of Islam, Hajj holds exceptional significance in the heart of every Muslim.
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Islam’s fundamental base relies upon five pillars. Hajj being the 5th and one of the most essential parts of it also remains a religious obligation for every Muslim given that he/she is physically, mentally and financially able.
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At the time of Hajj, Haram is crowded with 3-4 million Muslim pilgrims. People traveling through their Hajj Packages by Islamic Travel, gather in the holy city for the performance of pilgrimage. As a result of which, hotel accommodations and travel facilities at the last minute also become quite challenging.
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Placed in the eastern corner of the Holy Kaabah, Hajar-e-Aswad is present in Masjid-al-Haram, Makkah, Saudia Arabia. Being the most sacred, holiest, rare and precious stone on earth, Hajar-e-Aswad is also commonly known as the ‘Black Stone’. It has a very significant Islamic history associated with it.
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Hajj is such an Ibadah that requires exceptional physical and mental wellness as well as a stable financial background. For the very reason, Allah Almighty has only made hajj compulsory for those people who can afford it. Yet, every Muslim desire to go for hajj.
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Hajj itself is a great blessing of Allah Almighty. It is the ultimate goal of every Muslim to go for the performance of Hajj in its life. The journey of rightful and honest hajj not only removes all of a person’s sins but also eliminates poverty.
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Although Hajj is an annual Ibadah, for some Muslims, Hajj is once in a lifetime opportunity. Most of the Pilgrims traveling to Makkah first time through their cheapest hajj packages 2020 don’t even know the proper way of performing Hajj Rituals.
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Hajj being the 5th pillar of Islamic faith, is also an ultimate blessing of Allah almighty for pilgrims. It’s the best channel to visit the Haramain and seek forgiveness from Allah almighty. It's one of the best deeds a Muslim can perform in its life.
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Hajj is an annual pilgrimage for Muslims, is also the 5th and compulsory pillar of Islam. However, it isn’t obligatory on every Muslim but for those who are financially, mentally and physically able. Still, performing Hajj is the dream of every Muslim.
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Each year, millions of Muslims go for the performance of Hajj in the city of Makkah, Saudia Arabia. The annual pilgrimage gets performed during the 8th-13th of Dhul Hijjah. While the Hajj itself lasts for 5-6 days, pilgrims stay in Saudia Arabia for at least 3 weeks to a month for the performance of other rituals of Hajj.
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At a distance of about 10 Kilometres from Masjid-al-Haram, in Hejaz Region of Saudi Arabia, the cave of Hira is situated at a height of 270m on Jabal-e-Noor. The mountain itself is 3 kilometers from Makkah. The area here has nothing but uneven land and un-grown, thorny bushes.
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The Black Stone, better known as Hajar-e-Aswad is placed to the eastern corner of Holy Kaabah. The stone is present in Masjid-al-Haram, Makkah, Saudia Arabia. It remains the holiest, most sacred and precious stone in the world as it came from paradise.
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Spending your time in the sacred urban communities, for example, Makkah and Madinah are the best outings a Muslim can ever get. It will resemble a blessing from heaven for the individual’s will's identity going for Umrah without example for their lives.
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In the Hejazi Region of Saudia Arabia, 70 Kilometres inland from Jeddah, at a height of 909 feet above sea level, the city of Makkah is located. It remains one of the holiest cities of Islam. it has a strong association with Islamic history.
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Islam’s fundamental base is on 5 pillars. Namely; Kalma (Tauheed), Namaz (Prayer), Roza (Fasting), Zakat and Hajj. Hajj being the 5th pillar of Islam is an obligation on Muslims who can afford it both in terms of health and money.
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Hajj is the 5th pillar of Islamic faith, the performance of which is very significant for Muslims. Hajj is a compulsion for those Muslims who are finically, physically and mentally capable of performing the pilgrimage.
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Makkah is an ancient city of the world which is full of mysteries, particularly Islamic and Pre-Islamic history. Because the first man the Prophet Adam (AS) was landed on the holy sanctuary of Makkah. After that several others, Prophets and Messengers were sent by God in the land of Makkah.
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Hajar-e-Aswad also known as ‘The Black Stone’ present in Masjid-al-Haram, Makkah, Saudia Arabia, remains engraved in the southeast wall of the Holy Kaabah. It was initially placed there by Hazrat Ibrahim (AS), therefore dates back to thousands of years.
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Hajj is an ultimate spiritual journey. A journey of mental, physical and spiritual purification. For which complete peace of mind is required. And that can only be achieved if you have a stress-free travel and living experience there.