Monday, 25 September 2017

Advice for Muslims Planning Umrah

As you that, Umrah is a religious rite being performed in the holy cities by Muslims all around the whole year. However, it is not mandatory for every Muslim, but who have enough sources they should perform Umrah or Hajj. 

The meaning of word Umrah in Arabic is “visit or trip” and according to Islam, it raises to a pilgrimage to Makkah and Madinah by Muslims from discrete regions of the world. 

History of Umrah:

Muslims men and women from every corner of the world come to perform the Umrah in order to get a blessing. According to Quran,

“complete Hajj and Umrah to please Allah” (Al Baqrah)

Did you know that our Prophet (PBUH) did the Umrah more than one time and we are following him as he qualified us to do? Hajj only performs in the holy month of Zill Hajj but Umrah, it can be performed whole year anytime. Performing the Umrah in Ramadan is considered to be Hajj and it is sunnah e moaqqida.

Tips & Tricks for Umrah

The following pieces of advice for planning the Umrah by Muslims are given below,

Educate yourself about Umrah

You should get the comprehensive and trustworthy information about each and every feature of Umrah and Hajj. Read the fundamentals of Islam again because you should perform correct wudhu and Salah to get blessings. Read the whole life of Prophet (PBUH) and see how he was performed Umrah and Hajj. 

What to carry for Umrah?

You should take some unfilled bottles with you for the holy water Zamzam. Take enough cash, passport, mini Quran and Dua’s book and a packet of tissue paper etc. You should also take the umbrella, Vaseline, and extra batteries. 

Before you Travel for Umrah

Before you leave, take a photocopy of all your certified documents and make the additional copies of passports and snaps. Keep the both currencies of Pakistan and Saudi Arab in your bag. Lastly, check you should pay all your dues. 

So, these are the “Best Advice for Muslims Planning Umrah” and hope you get all points. Keep remember us in your prayers when you leave for Umrah. 

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