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The Hajj performed by The Holy Prophet (SAW) is called Hajj al wida because after that Hajj the Holy Prophet (SAW) fell ill and passed away to his beloved Almighty Allah Karim. That was his last Hajj.

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Once, it is known as Hajj ul wida, the last hajj

Prophet Muhammed (Peace be upon him) performed Hajj only once in his life time. The speech he delivered on the 9th of Dul Hajj at Arafa Plain is called Farewell Sermon (Hajj Al Wida) because he knew that he would not be alive next year which he mentioned it in his speech.

Hajj ends with Tawaf al Wida .

Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) performed only One Hajj during his life time and a few moths later he met Allah Karim. During this Hajj he delivered his famous sermon known as the Khutba Hijja tul Wida. It is considered the charter of human rights.

jumuah tul wida is the last jumuah prayer of ramadhan, its just a goodbye prayer and an oppurtunity to do dua for the year to come,

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Arrive and change at Mikat Circle the Kabba 7 times Camp at Mina Walk to Plain of Arafat - spend all day praying then to Muzdalifah Ramy al-Jamarat (stone the devil) Eid al-Adha - perform sacrifice to Abraham Tawaf az-Ziyarah - more prayers and walk around the Kabba Tawaf al-Wida - bidding farewell Journey to Medina - Mosque of the Prophet

Hajj or pilgrimage to Mecca is one of the five pillars of Islam. Hajj was made obligatory in the 9th year of Hijra. The Holy Prophet sent off 300 Muslims under the leadership of Hazrat Abubakr Siddique (may Allah be pleased with him) to Mecca so that they could perform Hajj. That was the year when it was banned for the Mushrikeen (those who associate partners with Allah) to enter Ka'ba. It was also made unlawful to perform Tawaaf (circling of Ka'ba) with naked body. The following year, 10th Hijra, the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) announced a head of time he himself would perform Hajj that year. He led tens of thousands of Muslims to Hajj that year and demonstrated to Muslims how to perform all the rites and rituals of the Hajj. This Hajj is known in history as Hajjatul Wida' or Farewell Pilgrimage because this proved to be the last Hajj the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) performed. At the end of this farewell pilgrimage, the divine revelation that had started some 22 years ago came to an end with the following verse of Surah Al-Maidah: "This day have I completed My commandments for you, and have brought to its fullness the favor that I have bestowed upon you, and have chosen Islam as your religion" .Hajj is an act of worship just like Salat (five daily prayers) and Sawm (fasting in the month of Ramadan). Muslims from all over the world gather in Mecca in the last month of Muslim calendar and worship Allah. Hajj is a special worship that lasts for several days. This is an occasion that brings Muslims of all countries, colors, and races to one place - the Ka'ba. This is a unique opportunity of worshiping Allah collectively in a large gathering at one place.c 2. Significance & Philosophy of hajj Every nation and society has a center of unity where they get together to worship God. They see prosperity and culture as relics of unity. People of the society get to know each other and understand each others difficulties. They form a unified front to remove these difficulties and achieve their goals. Allah says in the Holy Quran: "And to every people We appointed rites of sacrifice, that they might mention the name of Allah…" (22:34) With this idea, Hajj has been made a pinnacle of worship in order that Muslims who gather to perform Hajj can praise their Lord and Master, be thankful for His blessings, and humbly pray to Him for the removal of their difficulties. Muslims living in various parts of the world get to know each other, lay the foundation of social culture, give advice to each other, and provide opportunity for collective struggle.

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Khutbat Al-wadaa or "The Last Sermon" is the last sermon of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon Him. It is the last public speaking & advice of Him to Muslims since He PBUH had died few months after delivering that impressive sermon. It was delivered in the valley of Mount Arafat (in Macca) on the Ninth day of the Lunar month of pilgrim (Dhul Hijja) on the occasion of the pilgrimage of Muhammad PBUH & His companions & fellows. It contains much great effective words as all the words of Muhammad, may Allah grant Him with peace & blessings.

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The Steps of Hajj(At-tama'tu)An annual gathering at Makkah long predates the coming of Al Islam, but the Muslim Hajj, the last of the five "pillars" of Al-Islam, is ordained in the Qur'an, and it was the Prophet Muhammad (prayers and peace be upon him) who, by his example , defined its elements exactly. Muslims from around he world follow in his footsteps to this day. The Hajj always takes place on the same six days of the lunar calendar, beginning on the 8th and ending on the 13th of the month of Dhul Hijjah, the last month of the Islamic calendar year. The rites take place in five locations in and near Makkah: on the outskirts of the Holy City; in the Holy Masjid; on the plains of 'Arafat; at Muzdalifah; and at the Jamrat. Each rite must be completed in a prescribed time.1. Niyyah /Ihram("intention/ purification "): up to 14 days before HajjBefore entering Makkah, pilgrims clean themselves physically and spiritually at designated time and places at the edge of the sacred precinct surrounding the city. At this time you announce your intention to perform Hajj & Umrah by reciting an invocation and talbiyah. Men dress in a simple garment of two seamless pieces of white cloth called ihram, which they wear for the duration of Hajj. Women wear modest and unobtrusive dress of any color, and cover their heads. For the next six days, all outward differences among pilgrims are diminished.2. TawafAl-Quddum(arrival) at the Holy Masjid before HajjBetween your arrival in Makkah and the eighth of Dhul Hijjah, pilgrims walk seven times counterclockwise around the Ka;bah. This circumambulation , which expresses the centrality of G'd in life, is called tawaf. This is the Tawaf for Umrah. Then from the Uswah(example of Muhammad) pray two rakaats behind Maqam Ibrahim and drink from the water of zam zam.3.Sa'i(walking between Safa and Marwah)Along the eastern side of the Holy Masjid, pilgrims run seven times between the hills of Safa and Marwah, commemorating the desperate search for water of Ibrahim's wife Hajar. This ritual, undertaken now in a 400-meter covered arcade, is called sa'i. The spring that G'd brought forth for Hajar and her baby son, Ishmael, is Zamzam, which flows copiously still. With the seventh round of Sa'I ending at Marwah the pilgrim ends the state of Ihram, by shaving the head and removing the Ihram dress. This completes the rites of Umrah.Women only cut a few strands of hair(length of the tip of the pinky finger.) The Faraaid (obligations) of Umrahare 4 in number: 1.Niyyah &Ihram 2.Tawaf3.Sa'I 4. Halaq cutting of hair(wajib\a must)4. Encampment at Mina: the first day of HajjOn the eighth of Dhul Hijja those pilgrims who exited Ihram after Umrah now state your intentions for Hajj and re-enter Ihram. Pilgrims gather in the flat valley of Minaknown as "the tent city", about five kilometers (3 mi) east of Makkah. Meditating and praying in preparation for the next day. Here the believer prays the five Salah starting with dhuhr and ending with fajr of the next day.5. Wuquf ("standing") at Arafat: the second dayIn the morning of the ninth, pilgrims continue 10 more kilometers (6mi) east to the plain of 'Arafat. From noon prayers until sundown, this is the anticipated climax of the Hajj and the devotional pinnacle of Muslim spiritual life: Pilgrims pray, stand or sit- some for minutes, some for hours-before G'd reflecting on their lives and pray for mercy and renewal. Some climb Jabal Rahmah, the Mount of Mercy, a rocky hill at the foot which the Prophet Muhammad(Allah's prayer and peace be upon him) delivered his farewell sermon. Dhuhr and Asr prayers combined.6. Muzdalifah: the second nightAfter sundown at 'Arafat, pilgrims turn back towards Makkah and stop for the night at Muzdalifah. There, most pick up to 49 pebble-like stones that they will throw at the three pillars of Jamarat over the next three days. The pilgrim stays in muzdalifah until fajr of the next day. Magrib and Isha prayers combined.7. Stoning at Jamarat and 'Id al Adha: the third dayAfter Fajr on the 10th, pilgrims begin moving to a place just west of Mina called Jamarat ("stoning"). There you throw seven pebbles at the first of three pillars which have come to represent Shaitan. This symbolic repudiation of evil commemorates Ibrahim's (upon him be peace) faith by sacrificing a sheep, as G'd commanded Ibrahim to do. Thus, this day is the first of the three-day "Id ul- Adha", the "Feast of Sacrifice". After throwing stones at the first pillar, men shave their heads, and women cut off a lock of their hair. Pilgrims may return to their customary clothes and minor restrictions of ihram are lifted.8. 'Id ul-Adha and tawaf al-ifadah:Pilgrims return to the Holy Masjid in Makkah, again circle the Ka'ba seven times and perform sa'y again this Tawaf and Sa'I are of the rites of hajj. At this point, the pilgrims are completely out of the state of ihram.9.Return to Mina 10-13. days of tashriq(watering)After sunrise of each day stone all three Jamarats starting from smallest to largest. It is permissible to depart on the 12 after completion of stoning.10.Tawaaf Al-wida'After the 12 the pilgrim travels to Makkah to perform the Tawaaf Al Wida' or farewell tawaf and this should be the last thing done in makkah as suggested by the Messenger of Allah. This Tawaaf if also required of those performing the Hajj.Pillars & Obligatory Duties of UmrahA. Three pillars of Umrah.1). Entering the state of Ihram with intentions to perform Umrah.2). Tawwaf (circumambulation of the Ka'ba)3). Sa'iy (Walking between Safa and Marwa)B. Two obligatory duties of Umrah1). Entering Ihram from Outside the sanctuary of the Haram2). Cutting of hair

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Muslims all over the world go to Mecca to perform Hajj the fifth principle of Islam.This is the procedure to perform Hajj.One should say two Rakat Nafl (supererogatory) prayer before leaving home for Hajj.B. Ihram at MiqatWhen one reaches Miqat (any one of the appointed places in Mecca where pilgrims make a vow of pilgrimage) one must perform ablution or take a bath, use perfume, and put on two clean, unstitched, preferably white, pieces of cloth. This pair of clothing is called Ihram. One sheet should be wrapped around the lower part of the body and the other sheet around the upper body; the head should not be covered. Women can perform pilgrimage in the cloths they are wearing. Under normal circumstances a woman's face should not be covered unless she comes face to face with a stranger and she has to conceal herself. During the five days of Hajj, all Muslims engaged in this worship must remain in this same simple dress. As soon as a pilgrim puts on Ihram and declares his intention to perform Hajj, he/she enters into the state of Ihram and his/her Hajj begins.C. TalbiyahAfter putting on the Ihram, men and women offer two Rakats of Nafl (supererogatory) prayer followed by recitation of their intention and saying the following words:Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik; La Shareeka-laka Labbaik; Innalhamda wan-namata-laka wal-mulka Lashreeka-laka"Translation:''Here I am, O Allah! Here I am in Thy August presence; there is no associate with Thee, here am I; surely all praise is Thine and all favors are Thine and the kingdom is Thine, there is no associate with Thee.''These words are recited in Arabic and called Talbiyah. These words are an essential part of the state of Ihram and Ihram will not complete without reciting these words. After saying Talbiyah pilgrim is ready to fulfill his obligation of Hajj and is required to fulfill all the conditions laid down for Hajj. While one is in the state of Ihram it is strictly forbidden to engage in foul talk, sexual conduct, arguments, or enter into a war. Allah says in the Holy Quran: so whoever determines to perform the Pilgrimage in these months, should remember that there is to be no foul talk, nor any transgression, nor any quarreling during Pilgrimage.'' (2:198)D. Entering Masjid-el-HaramAfter reaching Mecca, one should head straight to Ka'aba that is situated in bounds of Masjid-el-Haram and perform Tawaaf. It is said that when one has his/her first glance at Ka'aba, whatever prayers one makes is granted.E. Istlam (Kissing the Hajr-e-Aswad)The act of kissing the Hajr-e-Aswad (Black Stone) is called Istlam. While kissing the Hajr-e-Aswad, ones hands should be on the wall of the Ka'ba in the same position as when one performs a Sajdah (prostration) during a prayer. If it is not possible to kiss the Hajr-e-Aswad, it is permissible just touch it with a hand and if that is not possible the just point to the Hajr-e-Aswad and blow a kiss to it.F. Tawaaf (Circling of ka'ba)After performing Istlam (kissing the Hajr-e-Aswad) as described above, a pilgrim should perform Tawaaf of Ka'ba. Tawaaf is performed by going around Ka'ba seven times keeping the Ka'ba on left hand side (counter clock-wise). Istlam should be performed during each circle. It is also permitted to perform Istlam of Rukun-e-Yemeni (Pillar of Yemen). The seventh circle ends at the Hajr-e-Aswad.G. Nawafal at Muqam-e-Ibrahimfter completing the Tawaaf, the pilgrim should move to the Muqam-e-Ibrahim (Place of Ibrahim. At this place one should offer two Rakats of prayer while facing Ka'ba.H. Sa'ee (Running between Safa and Marwah)Allah the Exalted has said the Holy Quran:''Surely, Al-Safa and Al-Marwah are among the Signs of Allah. It is, therefore, no sin for him who is on pilgrimage to the House, or performs Umra, to go round the two. And whoso does good beyond what is obligatory, surely then, Allah is Appreciating, All-Knowing.'' (2:159)After praying two Rakats of prayer at Muqam-e-Ibrahim, the pilgrim then moves to Safa. At this place, he should face towards Ka'ba and recite Durood, Takbir and Talbiyah. The he should walk briskly towards Marwah and recite the same at Marwah. This counts as one circuit. Now one should move to Safa and repeat the prayers. One should complete seven circuits between Safa and Marwah. These circuits are called Sa'ee.After performing the circuits between Safa and Marwah, one is free to move about and go to a resting place.I. Arriving at MinaOn 8th day of Dul-Hajj the pilgrims reach at Mina early in the morning after performing Tawaaf-Qudoom. A pilgrim offers Duhr, Asr, Maghrib and Isha prayers at Mina and camp there for the night.J. Arriving at ArafatOn 9th day of Dul-Hajj, after offering Fajr prayer, a pilgrim should move to Arafat. Stay at Arafat is called Waqoof and is the most important part of Hajj. Without this, Hajj cannot be considered complete. If someone misses Waqoof, he should perform Hajj the following year. One listens to the sermon at the plane of Arafat and offers combined Zuhr and Asr prayers. One should stay at Arafat till sunset (Maghrib).K. Arriving at MuzdalifahOne leaves Arafat after sunset and reaches Muzdalifah in the evening of 9th Dul-Hajj. Combined Maghrib and Isha prayers are offered at Muzdalifah. The pilgrims spend the night at Muzdalifah.L. Departure from MuzdalifahOn the 10th day of Dul-Hajj the pilgrims offer their Fajr prayer as early in the morning as possible. After the Fajr prayer a pilgrim leaves Muzdalifah and arrive at Mina. On the way to Mina one should pick up seventy small stones. As soon as he reaches Mina, he should cast seven stones at Jumrah-tul-Aqba. This act of throwing stones is called Rami. With the throwing of the first stone the requirement to repeatedly recite Talbiyah is lifted. If the pilgrim intends to sacrifice an animal then he should do that after casting stones ad Jumrah-tul-Aqba. After offering the sacrifices a male pilgrim should have his head shaven and female pilgrims are required to cut a small part of her hair. Femle pilgrims are not permitted to have their heads shaven. After the hair cut one can remove the Ihram and may now wear regular cloths.M. Return to Mecca after sacrifice and hair cut. Perform Taawaf-e-AfazaAfter the removal of Ihram the pilgrim is required to return to Mecca to perform another circuit of the Ka'ba. This particular circuit is called Tawaaf-e-Afaza (additional circuit) and is an essential part of the pilgrimage. After this circuit a pilgrim is permitted to return to normal life and all those lawful things that were forbidden are now allowed again.N. Return to Mina after Tawaf-e-AfazaAfter this additional circuit, the pilgrim should return to Mina and stay there for three days. During the stay at Mina on 11th, 12th and 13th day of Dul-Hajj the pilgrim cast seven stones on each of the Jumrah in the following order: Jumrah-tul-Oola, Jamrah-tul-Wusta, and Juramh-tul-Aqba. It is permitted not to cast stones on the third day.O. Return to Ka�ba and FarewellOn the 12th or the 13th day of Dul-Hajj, the pilgrim returns to the Ka�ba and perform a final circuit. This circuit is called Tawaf-al-Sadr or Tawaf-al-Wida (parting or farewell circuit). After this last circuit, the pilgrim should drink water from zamzam, kiss the threshold of the door of the Ka'ba, and pray to Allah for forgiveness. He should leave the Ka'ba walking backwards, looking at it the last time, and saying farewell.

Upon arrival in Mecca the pilgrim (or Hajj) performs a series of ritual acts symbolic of the lives of Ibrahim (or Abraham in English) and his wife Hajar (or Hagar in English). The acts also symbolize the solidarity of Muslims worldwide. The Hajj begins on the eighth day of the 12th lunar month of Dhu al-Hijjah. On the first day of the Hajj (the 8th day of the month), if they are not already wearing it upon their arrival, pilgrims put on ihram clothing and then leave Mecca for the nearby town of Mina where they spend the rest of the day. The Saudi government has put up thousands of large white tents at Mina to provide accommodations for all the pilgrims.The pilgrims perform their first Tawaf, which involves all of the pilgrims visiting the Kaaba and walking seven times counter-clockwise around the Kaaba. They may also kiss the Black Stone (Al Hajar Al Aswad) on each circuit. If kissing the stone is not possible because of the crowds, they may simply point towards the Stone on each circuit with their right hand. In each complete circuit a pilgrim says "Here I am at Thy service O Lord, here I am. Here I am at Thy service and Thou hast no partners. Thine alone is All Praise and All Bounty, and Thine alone is The Sovereignty. Thou hast no partners." (Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik. Labbaik, La Shareek Laka, Labbaik. Innal Hamdah, Wan Nematah, Laka wal Mulk, La Shareek Laka) with 7 circuits constituting a complete tawaf. The place where pilgrims walk is known as "Mutaaf". Only the first three shouts are compulsory, but almost all perform it seven times. The tawaf is normally performed all at once. Eating is not permitted but the drinking of water is allowed because of the risk of dehydration. Men are encouraged to perform the first three circuits at a hurried pace, followed by four times, more closely, at a leisurely pace.After the completion of Tawaf, all the pilgrims have to offer two Rakaat prayers at the Place of Abraham (Muqaam Ibrahim), a site inside the mosque that is near the Kaaba. However, again because of large crowds during the days of Hajj, they may instead pray anywhere in the mosque. Although the circuits around the Kaaba are traditionally done on the ground level, Tawaf is now also performed on the first floor and roof of the mosque because of the large crowd.After Tawaf on the same day, the pilgrims perform sa`i, running or walking seven times between the hills of Safa and Marwah. This is a re-enactment of the frantic search for water for her son Ishmael by Abraham's wife and Ishmael's mother Hajar. As she searched, the Zamzam Well was revealed to her by an angel, who hit the ground with his heel (or brushed the ground with the tip of his wing), upon which the water of the Zamzam started gushing from the ground. The back and forth circuit of the pilgrims used to be in the open air, but is now entirely enclosed by the Masjid al-Haram mosque, and can be accessed via air-conditioned tunnels. Pilgrims are advised to walk the circuit, though two green pillars mark a short section of the path where they are allowed to run. There is also an internal "express lane" for the disabled. As part of this ritual the pilgrims also drink water from the Zamzam Well, which is made available in coolers throughout the Mosque. After the visit to the mosque on this day of the Hajj, the pilgrims then return to their tents.On the ninth day, they leave Mina for Mt. Arafat where they stand in contemplative vigil and pray and recite the Qur'an, near a hill from which Muhammad gave his last sermon, this mountain is called Jabal Al Rahmah (The Hill of Forgiveness, Mount Arafat). This is known as Wuquf, considered the highlight of the Hajjah. Pilgrims must spend the afternoon within a defined area on the plain of Arafat until after sunset. No specific rituals or prayers are required during the stay at Arafat, although many pilgrims spend time praying, and thinking about the course of their lives. A pilgrim's Hajj is considered invalid if they do not spend the afternoon on Arafat.As soon as the sun sets, the pilgrims leave Arafat for Muzdalifah, an area between Arafat and Mina. Pilgrims spend the night sleeping on the ground with open sky, and in the morning they gather pebbles for the next day's ritual of the stoning of the Devil (Shaitan) after returning to Mina.At Mina the pilgrims perform Ramy al-Jamarat, throwing stones to signify their defiance of the Devil. This symbolizes the trials experienced by Abraham while he was going to sacrifice his son as demanded by God. The Devil challenged him three times, and three times Abraham refused. Each pillar marks the location of one of these refusals. On the first occasion when Ramy al-Jamarat is performed, pilgrims stone the largest pillar known as Jamrat'al'Aqabah. Pilgrims climb ramps to the multi-levelled Jamaraat Bridge, from which they can throw their pebbles at the jamarat. On the second occasion, the other pillars are stoned. The stoning consists of throwing seven pebbles. Because of the crowds, in 2004 the pillars were replaced by long walls, with catch basins below to collect the pebbles.After the casting of stones, animals are slaughtered to commemorate the story of Abraham and Ishmael. Traditionally the pilgrims slaughtered the animal themselves, or oversaw the slaughtering. Today many pilgrims buy a sacrifice voucher in Mecca before the greater Hajj begins, which allows an animal to be slaughtered in their name on the 10th, without the pilgrim being physically present. Centralized butchers sacrifice a single sheep for each pilgrim, or a camel can represent the sacrifice of seven people. The meat is then packaged and given to charity and shipped to poor people around the world. At the same time as the sacrifices occur at Mecca, Muslims worldwide perform similar sacrifices, in a four day global festival called Eid al-Adha.On this or the following day the pilgrims re-visit the Masjid al-Haram mosque in Mecca for another tawaf, to walk around the Kaaba. This is called Tawaf al-Ifadah, which symbolizes being in a hurry to respond to God and show love for Him, an obligatory part of the Hajj. The night of the 10th is spent back at Mina.On the afternoon of the 11th and again the following day the pilgrims must again throw seven pebbles at each of the three jamarat in Mina.Pilgrims must leave Mina for Mecca before sunset on the 12th. If they are unable to leave Mina before sunset, they must perform the stoning ritual again on the 13th before returning to Mecca.Finally, before leaving Mecca, pilgrims perform a farewell tawaf called the Tawaf al-Wida. 'Wida' means 'to bid farewell'.Some pilgrims choose to travel to the city of Medina and the Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (Mosque of the Prophet), which contains Muhammad's tomb and Riad ul Jannah and also pay visit to the graves of Muhammad companions, Ummahāt ul-Muʾminīn and Ahl al-Bayt in Al-Baqi'. The Quba Mosque and Masjid al-Qiblatain are also usually visited.Refer to related links below for more information on Hajj rituals

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