according to Islamic laws yes can. rules of Hajj are for during Hajj started by becoming Muhrim (included in Hajj) in Shajareh mosque at mecca. and before becoming Muhrim there is no problem breaking rules of Hajj.
Technology provides better means of doing things. It is not frowned at during Hajj, rather it has made Hajj easier than before.
They may eat anything during Hajj which they eat during other days. No particular food is prescribed during Hajj days.
Per religion, when you make the intention of entering into the hajj worship you are in the continuous hajj rituals until concluding all the hajj obligations. During this period of course you can't travel out of Saudi Arabia. Per the Saudi Arabia control requirements during hajj, there is time deadline for entering the country for hajj beyond which you can't enter Saudi Arabia. Also, there is a deadline before which you can't go out of the country after concluding hajj.
Fasting during Hajj days is NOT obligatory for pilgrims or non-pilgrims.
Muslims visit Mecca and Medina during hajj.
Once, it is known as Hajj ul wida, the last hajj
Yes. Hajj may be performed during pregnancy provided there is no danger of any harm to the woman and the baby.
The hajj wasn't built... the hajj is a pilgrimage to Makkah, to now rebuilt/ improved buildings/ region which were there before Islam.
On the first day of Hajj, Muslims gather in the valley of Arafat.
The pilgrims may eat any Hala food which they eat in other days. Nothing is prohibited during Hajj.
Hajj is performed only during 8th to 13th of the month of Zil Hajja. During other days it is called Umra.
they go Meccah
The Prophet p.b.u.h. had performed a Hajj before he died.
Hazrat Muhammad Performed Hajj One Year Before His Death
At least one day before Hajj, i.e. 7th of Zil Hajja.
The Muslims go for hajj in Zil Hajja. It is the last month of Islamic calendar. Hajj is performed during 8th to 13th of Zil Hajja.
you feel relaxed
Hajj can only be performed at Mecca during the month of Zil Hajj, between 8th and 13th. (th is the chief ritual. If somebody can't go to Mecca, Hajj is not obligatory to him
Those who are not phisically or finacially capable of making Hajj. Those are the ones that do not have enough money and/or are npt phisically capable.
every thing is allowed during hajj but your living style should be safe for all
There are certain rules must Muslims observe during the hajj. Some of them include reciting Talbiya, taking a bath to show purity, put on ihram which is the right outfit for hajj and so many other things.
A Muslm's life takes a different shade when he puts on Ihraam, declares Labback Allah huma Labback, and leaves for Mecca to perform Hajj or Umra. He has to abide by certain rules and follow certain restriction during Hajj.
Hajj is the pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Hajj means "standing before a deity in a sacred place" or "voyage to a sacred place." Mecca is the most sacred of the Muslim cities.
they used to travel on animals camels horses ... etc some of them had to get going 3 months before Hajj to get to Makka by the time of Hajj