Hajj Pilgrimage

Hajj Pilgrimage

Hajj is an event where Muslims go to the most sacred place in Islam, also known as Mecca to take part in a showcase, which tests their strength and courage.

At the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Eid Al-Fitr. The entire community comes together for special prayers and to congratulate each other. The rest of the day is typically spent visiting friends and family, enjoying time together. Hajj – Pilgrimage to the city of Mecca for those who are financially and physically able. It is a spiritual quest of submission to God and purification of the heart.

The Hajj pilgrimage has its roots in the time of Prophet Abraham. He constructed a building in Mecca called the Kaaba with his son Ishmael as a center of worship for mankind. Since then, pilgrimage to this holy city has been occurring annually for thousands of years. The Hajj rituals are performed in the premises of the Kaaba.

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