Hajj is known as the pilrimage back to Mecca for Muslims and demonstrates their devotion to God and submission to God. The hajj makes Muslims feel significance on Earth and also their afterlife. During the hajj the pilgrims perform acts of worship and renew their own purpose here on Earth. it occurs in the month of Dhul Hijjah which is the twelfth month of the Islamic calendar. It is encouraged that all Muslims peform this journey to Mecca.
#Kaaba Timeline. May we all go there someday, Insha-Allah :)
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Hajj: A pilgrimage to Makkah, one of the requirements of the Five Pillars of Islam.
Footprints of Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) As we walk anti-clockwise around the Kabaa’ reciting the Talbiyah – we will pass the station of prophet Ibrahim as known as “Maqam-e-Ibrahim”. Inside this golden structure is a stone on which prophet Ibrahim stood on when he was building the Kaaba’ with his son Isamaa’eel. Allah had allowed the trace of prophet Ibrahim’s footprint to show on this stone and preserved through the centuries to this very day for all the Muslims to see. What an amazing miracle…