What Is the Name of The Black Stone in Mecca?

What Is the Name of The Black Stone in Mecc

The biggest purpose of visiting the Holy Kaaba and Masjid e Haram is to perform Umrah or Hajj, but there are much more charming spots that attract the Muslims to explore out.

As we all know that Umrah is the lesser pilgrimage and Hajj is the major pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. If someone performs Umrah with a true Niyyah, he or she fulfills the greatest Sunnah of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH).

On the other hand, the person who completes this obligatory worship Hajj, he or she fulfills the mandatory pillar of Islam.

The rewards of both worships are higher and great for all Muslims. The Muslims who want to get these rewards by Allah the Almighty, just book their reasonable and 4 Star Ramadan Umrah Packages from London to Jeddah or Medina, Saudi Arabia.

You can avail various, but luxurious travel amenities such as easy visa process, cheap flight fares, onboard entertainment, decorated hotels, modern transportation, tour to holy Zariah of Makkah and Madinah.

Umrah and Hajj Worships

Both Hajj and Umrah Ibdah are different in terms of rituals and rewards. Umrah is non-obligatory worship, but high-recommended among the Muslims.

Performing Umrah is the greatest Sunnah of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), therefore, the Muslims come from the different regions of the world to accomplish this religious obligation in Mecca.

You can perform Umrah at any time a year because there is no specific time mentioned in the Holy Quran and Hadiths.

On the other hand, Hajj is the major pilgrimage to Makkah and 5th pillar of Islamic fundamentals. It is obligatory worship but with some certain conditions such as a person should be mentally and financially fit and strong.

If you have enough resources and physically fit, then it is required on a person to perform Hajj once in their lifetime.

Muslim brothers and sisters can perform Hajj just in the last month of Islamic Hijri Calendar, Dhul Hajja. The rituals of Hajj also different from Umrah.

Other Holy Spots in Masjid e Haram

There are also some other holy spots in Holy Haram which hold great significance in the history of Islam.

You do not just accomplish your religious worship, you can also visit the holy places of Makkah and Medina to recall the sacrifices of our Beloved Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) and His Sahaba’s.

Check out the list some of these spots here,

• Holy Kaaba, the Qibla of Muslims

• Black Stone

• Maqam e Ibrahim

• Zamzam Well

These are the main four spots that exist in the Masjid e Haram. The Black Stone is also known as Hajar Aswad, the stone of Jannah. It is fixed on the eastern corner of Holy Kaaba.

After the Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S), Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) fixed it at His era. The pilgrims cover the thousand miles distance to kiss the stone of Jannah.

It considers the stone of Heaven; therefore, the Muslims want to see and kiss it.

So, hurry up to book your Cheap Umrah Packages 2019 and visit this sacred stone by your own eyes. May Allah help you. Ameen!

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