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Hajj Schedule

Hajj Schedule

Each year Muslims from all over the world gather in Makah to perform Hajj between 8th and 12th Du-Ul-Hijjah in order to show their solidarity and submission to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala. The pilgrimage to Makah is one of the five main pillars of Islam, so it is compulsory for every Muslim to perform Hajj at least once in their life. However, one should be financially and physically able to perform this religious duty, but that’s not all what you need to make this endeavour. Pilgrims also need to make sure that they have acquired the services of a reliable travel agency for the journey otherwise it can prove a very daunting experience for them.

To see a detailed itinerary, please refer to the latest Hajj Package Offers

The pilgrims in Angel Intl. bd should attire themselves in ihram either before leaving home, at Heathrow airport, or on board the aircraft.

The group will perform Umrah when they arrive in Makkah, prior to the Hajj. Members of the group will remove their ihram after performing Umrah (Hajj al-Tamatu’).

The group will perform Umrah when they arrive in Makkah, prior to the Hajj. Members of the group will remove their ihram after performing Umrah (Hajj al-Tamatu’). 
During the group’s stay in Makkah, approximately 5500-6500 Taka will be collected from each member of the party for the sacrifice in Mina. A representative from the group will then be requested to pay the money to Al-Rajhi bank in Makkah, which will then undertake the responsibility of fulfilling the sacrificial 

*For specific information regarding timings etc – in a more comprehensive itinerary, please refer to the hajj packagespage.
requirement on 
behalf of each individual. A receipt will be issued by the bank. Alternatively, an individual may go to the nearest abattoir in person to arrange for the sacrifice to be carried out 

The group will attire themselves in ihram in preparation for the Hajj at 9.00 p.m. The journey to Mina will be made by coach some time between 9.00 p.m, and  4.00 a.m.

The group will spend the day at Mina, and perform the five prayers there. After the ‘Isha prayer, the group will travel by coach to Arafat.

Salat al-Zuhr and al-‘Asr will be prayed in congregation at Arafat (jam’ al-taqdim, before the time for salat al-‘Asr has arrived). Staying at any part of Arafat is sufficient to fulfil the conditions for hajj. It is not essential to visit the Jabal al-Rahma or the mosque in Nimra It is recommended that members of the group should remain within the vicinity of their tent, engage in prayer and keep out of the sun. 
The pilgrims will leave Arafat after sunset, and proceed to Muzdalifah. Salat al-Maghrib and ‘Isha’ will be prayed (jam’ al-ta’khir, after the time for salat al-‘Isha’) in Muzdalifah. Pilgrims in the group will each collect forty-nine stones to throw at the Jamarat (pillars) upon return to Mina. 
Due to the pressure of numbers on the coach transportation service, it is possible that some members of the group may be advised to walk from Arafat to Mina. 

The group will return to Mina in the morning. Each member of the group will throw seven stones at Jamrat al-Aqaba. On this day, pilgrims may shave or cut their hair. Pilgrims may make their own arrangements to visit Makkah to perform the tawaf al-ifadah, providing they return to Mina before sunset.

Members of the group will stone Jamrat al-Sughra, Jamrat al-Wusta and Jamrat al-Aqaba in turn, each with seven stones. The group will carry out the stoning in the early morning, before fajr, to avoid the crowds and the intense heat of the day. 

Upon returning to Makkah on 12th of Dhu’I-Hijjah, pilgrims who have not already performed Tawaf al-Ifadah may now do so, to complete the obligations of the hajj. The Tawaf al-Ifadah may be performed at any time up to the end of the month of Dhu’I-Hijjah. Ihram may be removed after the performance of Tawaf al-lfadah. 

Visiting al-Madinah is Sunnah, but does not form a part of the Hajj rituals. Pilgrims are not obliged to spend a specific number of days in Madinah. Generally speaking, pilgrims on the full hajj package can expect to spend about one week in Makkah after performing the Hajj before travelling to Madinah, where they will spend upwards of three days before travelling home via Jeddah. Pilgrims on the hajj express package can expect to spend two days in Makkah before travelling to Madinah, where they will typically spend one or two days before travelling home*