Islam is the religion that gives a complete code of life to an individual to live his life in peace and harmony. It is the religion that focuses on experiences and lessons rather than the memorized patterns. Therefore, the pillars of Islam and its Ibadahs are based on the lessons that will be beneficial for a Muslim not in this life but also hereafter.
Hajj is one such pillar of Islam that is full of lessons and modules. After performing Hajj a person becomes able to see the world and things around him from a different perspective. It is the journey that is itself a beautiful lesson from its start at the point of Mina until its end at Arafat. Every ritual that is performed during Hajj is a grandeur source to seek knowledge and contains a deep lesson that is enough for a Muslim to follow the right path whole of his life; the path of rightness, the path of Allah. Also, the glorious history of these rituals gives a lesson that if a person p.
Starting from Meeqat, when a Muslim stands at the point of Meeqat and make intention (Niyyah) it elicit his dedication to performing the task that is necessary for him to perform. Calling out Talbiyah shows the humbleness of a Muslim that he is accepting the fact he is weak and feeble and wants the guidance of his Lord in every case. Making intention (Niyyah) and Talbiyah collectively referred to as Ihram. It is the state that a pilgrim is obliged to be in at the end of his pilgrimage. Ihram means to be reserved from the things that are Halaal for a Muslim in his daily routine. It shows that a Muslim will be forbidden to do any regular act that he normally does.
Performance of Tawaf not only delivers the message of the great brotherhood of many million people but also the grand unity of the Muslims regardless of their culture, country, age and gender moving together around the holy Kabah while praising and asking forgiveness by the Lord. Circling around the Kabah seven times in number shows that how much eminent the ritual is to be performed. When a pilgrim initiates his Tawaf by touching or kissing Hajra al Aswad (the Black Stone) it signifies that it is totally by the willingness of Allah Almighty whoever He SWT give honor and whomever He SWT affront. Black Stone is the Stone of Jannah but if we see it in a normal manner, it is just a stone that gets its honor after the Almighty gives the prestige to it. Muslim all across the world come to the Holy Kabah and desire to kiss this Stone which signifies that Allah is the one who has all of the powers and superiority in his hand.
Sai is the ritual that can be referred to as one of the most astonishing yet remarkable lessons pertaining to the primeval of Islam. The unconditional love of a mother makes the Almighty run a spring for quenching the thirst of an infant child. The desperate run of a mother between the hills of Safa and Marwah was that much admired by the Almighty that it becomes a necessary ritual to perform in the biggest event of the year for Muslims; the Pilgrimage. Sai is performed in the memory of Bibi Hajra and Prophet Ismael AS and has been set as a glorified example of a mother’s love. It also gives us a lesson that when a person dedicates himself towards a task, there is nothing in this world that can cease him to achieve the endpoint.
The well of Zamzam signifies the glory of the Almighty and the miraculous water keep on running shows that nothing is beyond the powers of the Almighty. It refreshes the Emaan of a Muslim and firms he believes even more on the Almighty.
Rami al Jamaraat is the ritual of stoning the Satan eliciting that those who deny the powers and magnificence of Allah have to face the wrath of the Almighty. It is the symbolic elicitation by a Muslim that they have rejected the wrong path of Satan and will always follow the right path that will lead them to a prosperous end.
The ground of Arafat where the last sermon of Hajj was delivered by Prophet Muhammad SAWW gives complete conduct of life to the Muslims. If we referred this address the basic to live a happy and prosperous life that it would definitely not be wrong. It is the sermon that advised Muslims to live in harmony, to not harm each other’s life, belongings, and prestige, not to get divided into casts and sects and fulfill the rights of the people they pertain to. The last sermon of the pilgrimage states that no one in the world is superior from one another; the only measure of superiority is the pity.
Thus we can say that the whole journey of Hajj is full of lessons having great histories attached with them. A Muslim must not only seek knowledge from them but also can amend his life in the true direction by implementing the lessons of the pilgrimage in his daily life. You can be the part of this great lesson by opting our exclusively cheap Hajj packages that will make your trip even more memorable.