A Step by Step Guide to Perform Hajj
- Masjid-ul-Haraam (The Holy Kaaba):
Masjid ul Haraam, The Holy Kaaba is accepted to be the place of Allah in Mecca. This spot has existed since the hour of the formation of Earth. Kaaba is the Holiest spot of Muslims, who consistently come here to perform Hajj which is one of the fundamental mainstays of Islam. Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) began the proclaiming of Islam from that very spot in 640 CE.
- Masjid un Nabvi:
After the relocation to Medina from Mecca Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) set out the establishment of the mosque and run the organization of Islam from the Masjid un Nabvi. This mosque is otherwise called the Mosque of Prophet. It is considered the second holiest spot of Muslims as it is the last resting spot of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). Muslims who came for Hajj should offer a visit to this mosque to pay their recognition and recount Salam to the Holy Prophet of the whole world who favored them with this delightful religion that we call Islam.
- Jerusalem (Palestine):
The significance of Jerusalem in Islam is a result of Majid e Aqsa, which was the qibla for Muslims to perform salat, yet was later changed to masjid-ul-haraam. Jerusalem is similarly huge and strictly significant for every one of the three Holy religion i.e Islam, Christianity, and Judaism since this spot is related with the memory of Prophet Suleiman, Moussa, mother of Prophet Essa (A.S), and in particular Masjid e Aqsa was the essential objective of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) at Mairaj/Isra journey/supernatural occurrence.
- Cave Hira:
Cave Hira (Ghar e Hira) is arranged at Jabl e Noor in Mecca. It is where heavenly attendant Jibrael (Gabriel) came to the Prophet and give the message of Allah as the Quran (Some Verses of Quran). It was the act of Prophet to come to Cave Hira before the declaration of Prophet Hood to isolation and perception of the universe, and even thereafter. This cave has significance among Muslims because the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) spent numerous days and nights here. Individuals move up to this Cave to feel the otherworldliness of this heavenly spot.
- Cave of Ashab e Kahaf:
It is an old Holy spot of Muslims. It is a Cave broadly known as the Cave of Ashab e Kahaf in Jordan. They were 7 people who conceal themselves in the cave from the ruler to save their lives and religion, Allah gave them a rest for a very long time in a cave and kept them alive. Following 300 years these seven holy people wakeup and advised this supernatural occurrence to individuals and new rulers to make their confidence and Emaan solid.
- Jannat ul Baqi and Jannat ul Muala:
Jannat ul Baqi and Jannat ul Muala are two cemeteries in Medina and Mecca respectively. These burial grounds are significant in Islam because a considerable lot of the associates of the Holy Prophet are refreshed in both of these spots. As indicated by Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) on the Day of Judgment I will join Abu Baker, Umer (R.A), and each one of those who’re covered in Jannat ul Baqi and Jannat ul Muala. What’s more, there are numerous Blessings for the individuals who are refreshed in Jannat ul Baqi.
- Maqam e Ibrahimi:
It is the spot in Mecca inverse to Holy Kaaba from where Prophet Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) had fabricated the structure of Kaaba. It is the structure of Allah that all the explorers should offer two Rakat Salah behind the Maqam e Ibrahimi. The Footprint of Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) is saved on a stone at this spot, individuals visit this spot to feel the otherworldly criticalness of this spot.
- Quba Mosque:
Masjid e Quba is the main authority mosque of Islam in the city of Medina laid by Prophet (PBUH) himself. The significance of this mosque can be envisioned by prophet Muhammad one who can offer nafil in Masjid e Quba, the gift and prize he will be granted are comparable to the endowments of Umrah.
- Masjid e Qiblatain:
Masjid e Qiblatain has its own set of experiences in Islam. It is place where Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) was requested by Allah to alter his course (Qibla) for Salah from Masjid e Aqsa to Masjid ul Haraam (The Holy Kaaba) during the Zohar namaz.
- Safa and Marwah:
Safa and Marwah are two mountains in Mecca close to Kaaba. The historical backdrop of these two mountains is identified with Prophet Ismail (A.s) and his mom Bibi Hajra and Zamzam water. Explorers are requested to duplicate the activity of Bibi hajra i.e to finish seven rounds between these two mountains in her memory during Umrah and Hajj.