Just being a Muslim is not enough! These conditions have to be fulfilled to go on Hajj… - Newztezz Online


Thursday, June 17, 2021

Just being a Muslim is not enough! These conditions have to be fulfilled to go on Hajj…

Hajj… a journey that is considered a very rewarding task for every Muslim to complete. 
According to religious aspects, this journey is of great importance for every Muslim, that is why millions of people apply to go to Saudi Arabia every year, but only a few lucky ones are able to go on the Hajj pilgrimage. People outside Saudi Arabia will not be lucky enough to go on Hajj this year.

Let us tell you that this year Haj pilgrimage will start from the month of July, but this time foreign pilgrims have not been allowed in this journey. That is, only the people of Saudi Arabia will be able to go on Haj pilgrimage. People of countries like India have not been given permission to go to Haj, because of the corona virus epidemic. Also, in view of the epidemic, many rules have also been fixed for the people going to Haj this time.

Amidst the news coming about Haj pilgrimage, let us tell you what are the rules to fulfill it and how to go to Haj. Along with this, we tell you the specials related to Haj pilgrimage, about which you hardly know… give you every question related to Haj pilgrimage.

How to go on Hajj?
To go to Haj, you have to first apply and after that some people are selected by lucky draw to go to Haj. Those whose number comes, they can go to Haj and those whose number does not come, they have to fill the form next time. After the number comes, you have to submit your documents with 25 percent fee and then further process, which includes ticket arrangement, visa etc. All this process is completed through Haj Committee.

Can a person of other religion go?

According to many Muslim experts, the most important condition for going on Hajj is that the person must be a Muslim.

Is there a fixed time for performing Hajj?

Yes, there is a fixed time to go to Haj and at that time only Haj pilgrimage is considered. It takes place between the 8th to the 12th day of the 12th month of the Islamic calendar. That is, whenever Bakrid comes, whatever are the days before it, then the Hajj pilgrimage takes place. It is completed on the day of Bakrid and after Bakrid people start coming to their homes.

How much time does the whole journey take and how much does it cost?

By the way, the entire Haj pilgrimage takes 40 days, during which many traditions are fulfilled. During this journey one has to stay in Medina for 10 days and then go to Mecca and after that go to some different places. But, those who go only for Haj, then take part in the main Haj pilgrimage to be held on 8th, 9th, 10th. If we talk about the expenses, then about three and a half lakh rupees are spent in this and those who go by private system, their expenses are up to 5 lakh rupees.

What is the difference between Umrah and Hajj?

Umrah can be performed at any time and Hajj is timed at a fee (a few days before Bakraid). Umrah has fewer traditions, while Hajj has a little more.

Is there any rule for performing Hajj?

Although there is no special rule for going to Haj, a person of any age can go for Haj. But, there is a condition regarding going on Hajj. That person cannot go on Hajj, who has a debt. Also, he cannot go for Haj with loan money, nor should he have haram money. If someone is in debt, then he will have to repay his debt and if someone is angry with him, then he will have to apologize to him only then he can go on Hajj.

What are the rules for women?

There is no separate rule for women to go for Hajj. There is only the rule of the curtain, that is, women have to keep the whole body covered. The clothes are of white colour. It is like two pieces of cloth, which are wrapped around the body. On Hajj, both the man and the woman are dressed in white.

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