Dhul-Hijja is the last month of Islamic calendar. Throughout the year there are months like Ramadan and Shawal that bring lots of blessings and benefits for a Muslim, therefore, it is quite natural to expect that the Islamic lunar calendar also ends with a month that brings myriads of celebrations and rewards for a Muslim.
Hajj is one of the important five pillars of Islam. It is the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the major rituals of it comprise of a variety of activities that are a commemoration of the earlier Prophets and religious personalities that have passed before Islam. Millions of Muslims from all over the world come
Allah Almighty has blessed Muslims in a special way where He has attributed different Islamic months with different events of great religious reward and significance. Out of the 12 Islamic lunar calendar months, Ramadan is perhaps the most renowned and popular as it comes with Fasting and the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr. The second month that
The general notion among masses is that youth is an age which should be spent in the pursuit of worldly achievement. This is the reason why in youth most of the people give little importance to religion and spend maximum time enduring to make their mark and achieve their worldly objectives. A contrasting behavior is
In Islam there are different forms of worship. The mandatory one is in the form of Salah that a Muslim has to learn Namaz and offer five times a day, other than that there is the recitation of Holy Quran, the voluntary prayers, the keeping of fasts and the most renowned of all – the
Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam that entails the pilgrimage that Muslims across the globe undertake to pay homage to the House of Allah and perform different rituals while doing so. Hajj is one of the greatest gathering of people on the face of this world and it embodies the preaching of equality, submissiveness,