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Significance of the First 10 Days of Dhul Hijjah with Reasons

Dhul Hijjah the month of Hajj is the 12th month of Islamic calendar. This holy month has significance due to Pilgrimage that all Muslims around the world who are financially stable perform every year in Makah the city of Saudi Arabia. The Pilgrimage rites occur on 8th to 12th Dhul Hijjah. According to our beloved

The Integrals and Requisites of Hajj (Pilgrimage)

Hajj is the 5th and most important pillar of Islam which is obligatory on every financially and physically stable Muslim once in a lifetime. In Holy Quran, Almighty Allah says: “And [due] to Allah from the people is a pilgrimage to the House – for whoever is able to find thereto a way” (Quran, 3:97).

Virtues of Fasting During First 9 Days of Dhul Hijjah

Dhul Hijjah is the 12th and last holy month of the Islamic calendar in which Muslims all around the world perform religious obligation Hajj or Pilgrimage in Makah. First, 10 days of Dhul Hijjah are considered the blessed days of the year as narrated by Ibn’ Abbas, “Remember Allah during the well known days,” that

Conditions and Some Important Rules Regarding Qurbani (Udhiyah)

Qurbani (Udhiyah) is one of the most religious rituals of Islam that every financially stable Muslim need to perform for the sake of Allah Almighty. In Qurbani (Udhiyah) we remember the Unity of Allah, His Blessings upon us and the obedience of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) to Allah (SWT). There is much goodness and blessing in

Sunnah Acts of Eid-al-Adha

Muslims all over the world celebrate Eid-al-Adha on 10th of Zil Hajj to honor the willingness of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) to sacrifice His son Hazrat Ismail (AS) in order to fulfill the command of Allah. At the time of sacrifice Allah (SWT) intervened and provided him a sheep to sacrifice instead of His son Hazrat

Importance of Eid-ul-Adha in Islam

In religion, Islam Muslims celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr after the end of Ramadan and Eid-ul-Adha also known as greater Eid, which marks the willingness of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) to sacrifice His son Hazrat Ismail (AS) in obedience to Almighty Allah. Eid means to celebrate and Adha refers to sacrifice so Eid-ul-Adha is also known as the festival