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

Types of Hajj

There are three types (or methods) of performing Hajj,

  1. Tamattu
    1. Umrah then Hajj
    2. The pilgrim would first perform Umrah
      1. Entering into Ihraam at the Meeqat with the Niyah for Umrah
      2. After performing Umrah the pilgrim must come out of the state of Ihraam
    3. The pilgrim would then perform Hajj
      1. Entering back into Ihraam with Niyah for Hajj on the 8th of Dhul-Hijjah
    4. There are two separate Niyah’s (one for Umrah and then one for Hajj)
    5. Animal sacrifice is compulsory
    6. Pilgrim is called Mutammati
  2. Qiran
    1. Umrah and Hajj together (in one Niyah)
    2. The pilgrim would first perform Umrah
      1. Entering into Ihraam at the Meeqat with the Niyah for Umrah and Hajj
      2. After performing Umrah the pilgrim must NOT come out of the state of Ihraam
    3. The pilgrim would then perform Hajj
    4. Animal sacrifice is compulsory
      1. The pilgrim must have with them the animal for sacrifice
    5. Pilgrim is called Qaarin
  3. Ifrad
    1. This is Hajj only without Umrah
    2. You would perform this type if you live in Mecca (Makkah)
    3. Animal sacrifice is optional
    4. Pilgrim is called Mufrid

Note

  1. Ihraam = A state in which one is prohibited to practice certain deeds that are lawful at other times. i.e. A state of ritual consecration
  2. Meqaat = Boundary of the area around Mecca (Makkah) which a pilgrim should not pass without being in Ihraam
  3. Niyah = Intention

Ref

  1. This post is an updated version of my earlier post – Hajj – Types
  2. “My Hajj – Part 1 – Introduction”, By The Wahy Project, 2017
  3. “Getting the Best out of Al-Hajj (Pilgrimage)”, By Abu Muneer Ismail Davids, Published by Darussalam, Second Edition – August, 2006, Pg. 35 [10004]

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]

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]

Niyah for Hajj

Niyah for Hajj (Hajj Tamattu)

This Niyah can be used for two types of Hajj – Tamattu or Ifrad

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Note

  1. 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 149 [10004]

Niyah for Umrah

Niyah for Umrah (Hajj Tamattu)

“The Niyah should be uttered at the Meqaat or close to it after your transport has started moving towards it.” It is interesting to note this “is the only instance where one’s Niyah is made aloud. All other times any Niyah is to be done by heart only, and not the tongue. To enter the state of Ihraam one must make Niyah for Umrah“, “by saying” the following,

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Note

  1. For Hajj Tamattu “the Niyah for Hajj is to be made later” (please refer to Ref 1 below)
  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 149 [10004]