Ramadan Umrah travel packages? Difference between Hajj and Umrah: Both are Islamic pilgrimages, the main difference is their level of importance and the method of observance. Hajj takes place two months and 10 days after Ramadan ends, during the Islamic month of Dhul-Hijjah. The height of Hajj corresponds with the major Islamic holy day Eid al-Adha, which commemorates Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son on Divine orders.
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Different forms of performing Hajj: There are various methods of performing Hajj that can be classified into three categories: Hajj-e-Tamattu: Hajj combined with Umrah with two Niya’hs, one for Umrah and second for Hajj. Pilgrims wear separate Ihram for each Umrah and Hajj. Animal sacrifice is compulsory. Hajj-e-Qiran: Hajj combined with umrah with one Niya’h. Pilgrims remain in the state of Ihram after Sa’ee. The sacrifice of an animal is compulsory. Hajj-e-Ifrad: Hajj without Umrah. Animal sacrifice is optional. While all the forms of Hajj are rewarded by Allah Almighty, the most recommended method to perform Hajj by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is Hajj-e-Tammattu, which requires pilgrims to perform Hajj during the months of Hajj i.e., Shawaal, Dhul Qa’dah and Dhul Hijjah. They also perform Hajj in the same year with an animal slaughter on Eid-ul-Adha. It involves Tawaf and Sa’ee to be done twice, once for Hajj and once for umrah.
If you take regular prescription medicines, you should ask your GP to renew your prescription and make sure that you have enough medicines to cover the duration of your trip. A letter from your GP listing your current medicines may prove useful for immigration purposes. All medicines should be kept in their original packaging and carried in your hand luggage along with a printed copy of your prescription, for further information see travelling with medicines. Some medicines, such as morphine based drugs, might be restricted in Saudi Arabia. Please check on the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office website for more information. A personal first aid kit is essential for pilgrims to carry. It should include items such as dressings, plasters, small bandages, antiseptic lotion/cream, adhesive tape, sun burn lotion, insect repellent, scissors, safety pins, antihistamine cream, blister dressings, oral rehydration salts, analgesics for pain and medications to control diarrhoea. Find more information at this website.