10 Things You Didn’t Know About Holy Kabah

Kabah has been reconstructed several times: Kabah is the most sacred place on the face of earth but it is not exactly the same that we see today. The original Kabah was constructed by Prophet Ibrahim RA and Prophet Ismail RA. After the natural and manmade disaster it has needed to rebuild the Kabah from … Read more

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Major Pillars of Masjid e Nabwi

There are eight major pillars of Masjid- e – Nabwi and the position of these pillars is the same as in the time of Holy Prophet SAWW. The names of eight pillars are as follows Ustuwaanah Hannanah, Ustuwaanah Sareer, Ustuwaanah Tawbah, Ustuwaanah Ayesha, Ustuwaanah Ali, Ustuwaanah Wufood, Ustuwaanah Jibrael and Ustuwaanah Tahajjud.

Major Pillars of Masjid e Nabwi

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What To Do Before Umrah?

What-To-Do-Before-Umrah.

Many people are heading out to perform the sacred religious obligation. For all those lucky pilgrims it is necessary to know what they have to do before departure for umarh. The pack list is already discuss in our another blog so, now we take a look on the thing that the pilgrims need to do before Umrah.

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Rawdah Madinah

Rawdah Madinah

Rawdha madinah is a secret chamber and the pulpit. It is considered the heart of the Prophet’s mosque and a very special but a small area named ar-Rawdah an-Nabawiyah, which extends from Holy Prophet’s tomb to his pulpit. There is a tradition that the supplications and prayers uttered at Rawdah Madina are never rejected so the pilgrims must attempt to visit and pray in Ar- Rawdah. The area in a Rawdah is not very huge and can only accommodate only a few hundred people that are why entrance into it is not always possible especially during the Hajj season when there is massive crowd. Ar- Rawdah has two small gateways always manned by Saudi police officer.

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How Long is Umrah Visa Valid

How Long is Umrah Visa Valid

Umrah is lesser or minor pilgrimage to Makkah and the utmost desire of every Muslim to visit the House of Allah Almighty and earn the greatest rewards and blessings from the Supreme Creator of the world. Millions of Muslims from all around the world visit the sacred land in order to perform Umrah. Umrah is considered the best act of worship and its performance in the Holy month of Ramadan will give you the reward equal to Hajj that is why many Muslims prefer to perform Umrah in the holy month of Ramadan. On the other hand in this time of inflation everyone is not able to afford the expenses of Hajj so, they perform Umrah which is affordable as compared to Hajj.

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Restaurants In Makkah

Restaurants In Makkah

There are number of family restaurants in the Holy city of Makkah where they serve mouthwatering and delicious food to the locals as well as the pilgrims. Following are the best and topnotch restaurants in Makkah.

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Miracles of ZamZam Water

Miracles of ZamZam Water

Zamzam is a name of a well that provides the water to billions of people since four thousand years. This holy water has everything special. Muslims referred to the water of Zamzam well unique and holy. Now the question is why this water is so special? But honestly there is nothing ordinary about it from its creation to its unlimited supply of water. The miracle of how it came into existence in the middle of the desert, its qualities, health benefits, its consistency over the thousands of years and the fact that it never dries up. Surely this water is very unique and special. The well of Zamzam is only 5 feet deep and far away from any other source or body of water. The well of Zamzam is self- replenishing. It is continuously replenishing its self in order to provide gallons upon gallons of water to the pilgrims and additional amounts that is bottled up and taken as a gift for the people caring and loving for the pilgrims.

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Purpose Of Life in Islam

Purpose Of Life in Islam

What is the purpose of life and living in this world is the question that each and every individual in this World must have been thought once in his or her life. Why we were created as the superior creatures, what is the purpose of our lives and what we should do to live a proper life are the things one often thought about. The religion Islam is the response to human beings’ search for the meaning of these questions. The tenacity of life and creation for all men and women for all times has always been the one that is to know about the one Who have created all of us and to worship the Almighty.

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Hotels For Hajj and Umrah In Madinah

Hotels For Hajj and Umrah In Madinah

Anwar Al Madinah MovenPick

The luxury hotel is situated in the heart of Madinah in front of Prophet’s Mosque on the walking distance of 9 minutes. The large hotel has 1295 rooms arranged over 14 floors. The highly professional and experienced staff can communicate in multiple languages. The check in time starts from 5 pm to midnight while the check-out time is noon. Many holy places are located around the hotel that has walking distance from the hotel. In the luxurious hotel you can find the facility of ATM/banking, safe deposit box at front desk, Television in common areas, elevators/lift. The hotel provides airport shuttle service that is available only on the special request during limited hours. It becomes very easy for the pilgrims to stay in Anwar Al Madinahh Movenpicks as they can easily approach the nearby places as many of the sacred places are located near the hotel.

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Hajj and Umrah For Disabled Pilgrims

Hajj and Umrah For Disabled Pilgrims

Hajj and Umrah both are the religious obligation and most sacred act of worship. It is the utmost desire of every Muslim to visit the holy land for the performance of Hajj and Umrah but the pilgrims who are disabled physically feel burdened and hesitate to perform it. But you cannot delay it or postpone it if you are physically disabled it is definitely a test from Allah SWT as He never test His man more than his capability. No doubt Hajj and Umrah are physically demanding and the pilgrims should meet the physical and financial requirements. In the Holy Quran Allah Almighty states that Hajj is mandatory to those only who are physically and financially capable. Similarly Umrah is almost similar to Hajj as it has the same rituals as Hajj and requires lots of physical challenges.

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