Arafa is today’s most important Hajj ritual, the Arafa Sangam. Arafa will become a sea of milk filled with pearl-clad pilgrims. “Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik”. The lecturer will be Dr. Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Al Isa Arafa.
Hajj this time is performed in compliance to Covid precautions. The Mina valley week saw pilgrims returning after a two year hiatus caused by the plague. Yesterday, pilgrims were seen chanting talbiat along the entire route to Mina. Thambus was reached by both buses and foot pilgrims. The pilgrims will remain in Minail from the 13th Dhul Hijjah until the Hajj ends, except for the day of Arafa. Hajj is a form of worship that incorporates love, cooperation, and sacrifice.
Today Arafa And Tomorrow (Saturday), is the Eid al-Adha
It also conveys the message of self-sacrifice and sacrifice. The Festival of Sacrifice and Hajj are historical reminders of the father who was willing to sacrifice his most precious child to God’s will. Before noon prayers today, the Imam will give a sermon to commemorate the farewell speech by the Prophet. This is a significant event that sees more than 10 million pilgrims gather in one day.
Repentance, atonement, and Arafah tear renewal of the memory of the Prophet’s farewell speech are all possible. Arafa city, which covers 800 square meters, will overflow. Pilgrims who perform Luhar Asr, Namazar and Namazar in an organized way will then travel to Mustalifa to stay the night after sunset. Sacrifice, hair cutting and sacrifice on the day for sacrifice. The Jamra will be laid as the final ceremony.
After performing the Sah between Safa and Marwa, the pilgrims will return to Mina. The pilgrims will remain in Thumbar for the next three days. The thumps will be blessed by Hajimars with the remembrance and recitations of the Qur’an, prayers with a peaceful mind, and the blessing of the Hajimars. On all three days, there will be stone-pelting in jamras Haji Mar, Makkah’s last surviving member, performs a farewell prayer on the 13th of Dhul Hajj.
This year, Haj is performed by 79,237 pilgrims hailing from India. Of this 56,637 pilgrims have made Haj through Haj Committee, while the rest have made it through private groups. Haj Committee is responsible for Haj in Kerala, where 5758 pilgrims are currently performing the Haj. Indian pilgrims are allowed to camp in tents at the Mina border metro stations. A.P., Central Haj Committee Chairman The activities of the Indian pilgrims are being managed by a five-member Indian delegation, including Abdullahkutty and Shahid Alam, Indian Consul General in Jeddah Shahid Alam. https://t.me/newsgulf