September 19, 2022
What is Hajj and Niyabat e Hajj?
Ḥajj (Arabic: الحجّ) is an act of worship
and one of the most significant sacraments in Islam,
which consists of a pilgrimage to Mecca to perform special rituals.
In addition to the worshiping side, hajj has social, economic, and political aspects.
The largest gathering of Muslims happens once a year, from the eighth to the twelfth day of Dhu l-Hijja, the 12th month of the Hijri Calendar. Adherents of all Islamic sects gather in Mecca during hajj. Undertaking the hajj at least once is a duty for Muslims who are physically and financially able to make the journey.
There are three things which their spiritual rewards include both afterlife and this world:
Hajj; which vanishes poverty, alms; which removes poverty, and goodness; which makes life last longer.
Hajj (pilgrimage) to the house of Allah (swt) can also be performed on behalf of someone who is no longer in this world. You may perform this act of worship yourself or appoint us to perform it on behalf of your marhum. We will send a representative who has knowledge of the Islamic laws related toHajj, from Iraq to perform this Hajj on your marhum’s behalf.
Sustaining wealth for the journey of Hajj is like sustaining in the way of Allah
and Allah will reward it 100 times more.
Note: Any request received before 20th Dhul Qidah will be performed the same year and any request received after that will be performed the next year.