There are five pillars and articles of the Islam religion. When someone accepts the Islam, he or she must believe on these pillars and articles and without considering them a person never becomes a Muslim. Hajj is the 5th pillar of Islam and other pillars are Shahadah, Salah, Fasting, and Zakat. The performing Hajj is the Sunnah and Millions of Muslims come to Makkah and Madinah with Umrah Tour 2018 uk with visa from all over the world every year. Now, let us see the general questions which pilgrims asked regarding the Hajj.
• Muslims on whom Hajj is Obligatory?
• What is Ihram?
• What is Tawaf
• What is Meant by Wuqoof?
• What are the Major Elements of Hajj?
Muslims on whom Hajj is Obligatory?
The persons or Muslims who are financially and physically fit must perform the Hajj because of its obligatory on him after these two conditions. He must fulfill the all rituals according to the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). For them, it is obligatory to perform Hajj at least once in their lifetime.
What is Ihram?
At the place of Miqat, pilgrims wear an unstitched one-piece white sheet of cloth over their body and thought that they are performing the Hajj. In the state of Ihram, you are away or refrain from the unlawful things.
What is Tawaf?
The circling about the Kaaba starting from the black stone, Hajjar e Aswad and then back to it is called Tawaf. The pilgrims do tawaf seven times around Kaaba.
What is Meant by Wuqoof?
When the sun of the 9th Zill Hajj sets till the rises of the 10th Zill Hajj, the pilgrims stay in the Maidan e Arafat is called Wuqoof.
What are the Major Elements of Hajj?
There are some major elements about hajj are given below,
• To wear Ihram
• Optional Tawaf
• Spend a Night in Mina
• Stay in Maidan e Arafat
• Leaving for Muzdalifa and spend a Night on the 10th Zill Hajj
• 49 pebbles, to cast the pillars of Satan
• Sacrifice the Animals
• Cut off the Hair
• Perform Say’ee, after Tawaf and Sunnah Prayer
So, must perform the Hajj and Umrah if you are financially and physically fit and complete the Sunnah of Prophet (PBUH).