Simple explanation about Hajj and Umrah

Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam. Hajj is an annual form of ritual for Muslims who are able to materially, physically, and scientifically by visiting places in Saudi Arabia and carrying out some activities at a predetermined time in the month of Dhu al-Hijjah. Meanwhile, you might also want to check out the recommended hajj packages in your area.

In the estimation (language), Hajj means intention (Al Qasdu), whereas according to syaria means Intention to Baitul Haram with special deeds. The particular places referred to in the above definition are in addition to Ka’bah and Mas’a (place sa’i), also Padang Arafat (place of wukuf), Muzdalifah (mabit place), and Mina (where throwing jumroh).

While the meaning of a certain time is the month of pilgrimage that starts from Shawwal until the first ten days of the month Dhu al-Hijjah. The practice of certain worship is thawaf, sa’i, wukuf, mazbit in Muzdalifah, throwing jumroh, and mabit in Mina.

Understanding Umrah

Umrah is to visit the Ka’aba to perform a series of worship with the conditions that have been set. Umrah is sacrificed to capable Muslims. Umrah can be done anytime, except on the day of ‘Arafah is the date 10 Zulhijah and Tasyrik days is the date 11.12,13 Zulhijah. Implementing Umrah in Ramadhan is the same as doing Hajj (Hadith Muslim)