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What do you do on Hajj day at home?
How to maximise the Hajj period from home
- 1). Start fasting!
- 2). Chant Takbir, Tahlil and Tahmid.
- 3). Perform Dhikr.
- 4). Give Sadaqah.
- 5). Pay your Zakat.
- 6). Pray all the daily prayers.
- 7). Approach Dhul Hijjah with the right intention.
- 8). Give Qurbani.
What should I do in the first 10 days of Zil Hajj?
Some concrete, recommended actions for the blessed 10 days of Dhul-Hijjah:
- Structure your time.
- Be mindful of the obligatory (fard) prayers and pray them on time.
- Perform the recommended (sunnah) and extra supererogatory (nafl) prayers.
- Aim for Tahajjud and pour your heart into dua.
What to do in the 10 days of Hajj?
One of the highest activities that can be complete throughout these 10 days is to Hajj which starts on 8th Dhul Hijjah. If you can’t go this year, make the intent throughout these blessed 10 days to visit next year.
Where do pilgrims go for the first day of Hajj?
After morning prayers, Hajj pilgrims make their way to the first location: Mina. The pilgrims stay here for the whole day and carry out noon, afternoon, evening and night prayers.
Which is the first step in performing Hajj?
Step 1: Choose Type of Hajj And Make Intention or Niyyah Before Miqat Miqat: The pilgrims cannot enter in Miqat (entry points) without Ihram and Niyyah. Therefore all the pilgrims enter the Miqat (entry points) in the state of Ihram from one of the five Miqats. They make the intention to perform Hajj before the Miqat in the state of Ihram. Makkah:
When does the Hajj start and end for Muslims?
This year, the Hajj starts on September 21st and last for 3-4 days. During these days, around 3 million Muslims from all over the world flock to Mecca to perform sacred acts and follow the steps of Muhammad, their prophet. Anyone who is not a Muslim cannot enter Mecca, and therefore cannot perform the Hajj.