What is Eid Al-Adha?
Eid Al-Adha is the biggest Islamic festival celebrate by Muslim people between 10th of Dhul Hijjah and 13th of Dhul Hijjah every year. The unique item in the celebration is Qurbani. Qurbani means an occasion which get you closer to Allah (swt) in Arabic dictionary. There is also hidden historical narratives of
The Hajj pilgrimage
The Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam. Muslims are required to perform Hajj once in a lifetime if they are physically and financially able to make the sacred journey to Makkah. Every year, millions of Muslims from around the world make the journey to Mecca (Saudi Arabia) for the performance of Hajj. Th
One application form fully completed and signed by the applicant.
Two passport-sized photographs.
The passport should be in order and valid for at list 6 months.
visa applications should be dealt with only through a Hajj & Umrah visa services agents
A meningitis immunisation certificate. (Pilgrims must have thei
There are two rules for women;
a. Having a fellow traveller,
b. Not being late.
There is no objection for women to perform an Umrah with or without their husbands. Shafi'I madhab considered, Muslim women who reach puberty can go to Hajj with trustworthy women, without a mahram, allowab
Ninety-five percent of a project to expand the circumambulation (tawaf) area around the Holy Kaaba (Mataf) has been completed.
As a result of this expansion construction, the capacity of the Holy Kaaba will rise to 3.5 million people from two million.
The ground of Mataf will be extended by sixty percen