My Hajj – Part 10 – Hajj

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My Hajj Part 10 provides details of Hajj

Note

  1. The Part 10 page has the latest version & may provide additional resources & references
  2. The Hajj Course page provides a table of contents (toc) and lists all the Parts
  3. For the best viewing experience watch in full screen HD

My Hajj – Part 1 – Introduction

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My Hajj Part 1 provides an Introduction which covers essential background and basic definitions.

Note

  1. The Part 1 page has the latest version & may provide additional resources & references
  2. The Hajj Course page provides a table of contents (toc) and lists all the Parts
  3. For the best viewing experience watch in full screen HD

Hajj Course

In the name of Allah the most Gracious the most Merciful

My Hajj – A step by step guide to Hajj & Umrah

With the grace of Almighty Allah, today I am so happy to announce “My Hajj” – our very own eLearning course on Hajj & Umrah for everyone, anytime, anywhere.

For this project, I was lucky to team up with with Br. Ismail David (of AMID Inspirations, who also happens to be the author of the book – “Getting the Best out of Al-Hajj“) and Sheik Mamdouh Mahmoud (Roots & Sprouts) & we have worked tirelessly to put together a course which is detailed & practical yet clear & concise – with the sole aim of guiding you through the essentials of Hajj & Umrah according to the Quran and Sunnah. The course will live at the Hajj Course page – and is divided into 10 parts,

  • Part 1Introduction – which covers essential background and basic definitions
  • Part 2Overview – of the entire Hajj from start to finish
  • Part 3Before You Depart – in which we discuss what you should do before departing for Hajj
  • Part 4Ihraam – will be a discussion of this special state of ritual consecration one must be in to perform Umrah and Hajj
  • Part 5Journey from Home to Makkah – where we will discuss the trip from home to Makkah & how to spend your time during the trip
  • Part 6Makkah – where we will explore Makkah and become acquainted with the Kabah and the Haram
  • Part 7Rites and Rituals – in which we will explore the Hajj rites and rituals in detail, including Tawaaf and Sa’ee
  • Part 8Umrah – will detail a step by step explanation on how to perform Umrah
  • Part 9Between Umrah and Hajj – where we we will provide suggestions on what you should do between Umrah and Hajj
  • Part 10Hajj – will dive into a detailed account of Hajj in detail and present the best actions one can perform

Unfortunately the animations for each part aren’t complete yet, but as Hajj is approaching, will be releasing draft versions of each part over the next few weeks. But do stay tuned for the final versions which will also be released on the Hajj Course page.

Hope it is beneficial for you & that you enjoy the course,

Happy Learning …

Tawaaf – Between the Yemenite Corner and the Black Stone (Supplication)

Tawaaf – Between the Yemenite Corner (Rukn-Yamani) and the Black Stone (Hajrul-Aswad)

Quran [2:201]

Or an alternate recitation,

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Note

  1. * This ‘supplication’ post/sheet only covers what should be said and does not address the actions to be taken (if applicable).

Ref

  1. “Getting the Best out of Al-Hajj (Pilgrimage)”, By Abu Muneer Ismail Davids, Published by Darussalam, Second Edition – August, 2006, Chapter 6, pg 254 [10004]
  2. “English Translation of Sunan Abu Dawud”. Compiled by Imam Hafiz Abu Dawud Sulaiman bin Ash’ath. Darussalam. July, 2008. Vol 2, Hadith #1892 (Hasan), pg 418 [10008]

Tawaaf – Passing the Black Stone (Supplication)

Tawaaf – Passing the Black Stone (Hajrul-Aswad)

{1} Start the Tawaaf at the Black Stone (Hajrul-Aswad) and say only once*,

{>1} On the following circuits, when passing the Black Stone (Hajrul-Aswad) say only*,

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Note

  1. * This ‘supplication’ post/sheet only covers what should be said and does not address the actions to be taken (if applicable).
  2. Though this post does not strictly present a Supplication it is still tagged as one to enable easy organisation and access

Ref

  1. “Getting the Best out of Al-Hajj (Pilgrimage)”, By Abu Muneer Ismail Davids, Published by Darussalam, Second Edition – August, 2006, Chapter 6, pg 253 [10004]
  2. “The Translation of the Meanings of Sahih Al-Bukhari”. Translated by Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan. Darussalam. July, 2007. Volume 2, Hadith #1613 (Sahih), pg 392 [10006]

Hajj – Dates for 1434/2013

According to a number of sources (listed below) the days for Hajj for this year (1434 / 2013) are as follows,

So this also means that,

Eid-ul-Adha 1434 is on Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Ref:
[1] Fiqh Council of North America – link1, link2
[2] Al-Arabiya – link3
[3] Emirates247 – link4
[4] Makkah Calendar – link5

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Takbir

Takbir

On the 10th of Dhul Hijjah after the “Ramy” (stoning of the Jamr’at) “the pilgrim stops Talbiyah and starts reciting the Takbir,

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Note

  1. The pilgrim should recite Takbir as often as possible . The Takbir should be recited until after Asr on the 13th of Dhul Hijjah, specially after the Fard prayers.”
  2. Though this post does not strictly present a Supplication it is still tagged as one to enable easy organisation and access

Ref

  1. “Getting the Best out of Al-Hajj (Pilgrimage)”, By Abu Muneer Ismail Davids, Published by Darussalam, Second Edition – August, 2006, Chapter 6, pg 325 [10004]