'Al-Aqiq is a blessed valley'

'And take a provision for yourselves for the journey'

'Hajj is in the well-known months'

'People will come to you on foot and on every lean camel'

A patient may perform Tawaf while riding

After the Rami of the other two Jamrat


Assuming Ihram at the mosque of Dhul-Hulaifa

Assuming Ihram with hair matted with resin etc.

Assuming Ihram with the same intentions as that of the Prophet

Buying the Hadi on the way

Camping at Dhi-Tuwa before entering Mecca, and camping at Al-Batha at Dhul-Hulaifa on returning from Mecca to Medina

Combining Maghrib and Isha prayers and not offering optional prayers

Cutting string while performing Tawaf

Cutting the hair short after performing Umra of Hajj-at-Tamattu

Departing from Al-Mahassab during the last third of the night

Dismounting between Arafat and Jam Al-Muzdalifa

Doing Ramal while performing Tawaf during Hajj and Umra

Driving the Budn

Entering Mecca by day or by night

Fasting on the day of Arafat at Arafat

From where to enter Mecca

From where to leave Mecca

Garlanding the Hadi with a shoe

Garlanding the Hadis with one's own hands

Garlands made of wool

Giving religious verdicts near the Jamra while riding an animal

Giving the saddles of the Budn in charity

Going for Hajj on a packsaddle

Hajj-at-Tamattu during lifetime of the Prophet I

Hajj-at-Tamattu, Hajj-al-Qiran, Hajj-al-Ifrad

Having the hair shaved or cut short on completing Ihram

How the Ramal started

If a woman gets menses after Tawaf-al-Ifada

Inheritance, sale and purchase of the houses of Mecca

Keeping the House Kaba on the left on throwing pebbles of the Jamra al-Aqaba

Kissing the Black Stone

Making an offering for performing Hajj-at-Tamattu

Making the garlands of the Budn and cows

Marking and garlanding the Hadi at Dhul-Hulaifa

Marking the Budn

Matting hair on assuming Ihram, and shaving hair on finishing Ihram

May those who provide the pilgrims with water stay at Mecca during the nights of Mina?

Menstruating women and the ceremonies of Hajj

Menstruating women assuming Ihram

Miqat for people living within Mawaqit

Miqat for the people of Iraq

Miqat for the people of Medina

Miqat for the people of Najd

Miqat for the people of Sham

Miqat for the people of Yemen

Miqat of Hajj and Umra for people of Mecca

Naked person performing Tawaf of the Kaba , and pagan performing Hajj

Not entering the Kaba

Not giving anything of the Hadi to the butcher

Not performing Tawaf of the Kaba after first Tawaf on entering Mecca till after return from Arafat

Offering the Asr prayer at Abtah on the day of departure from Mina Day of Nahr

Offering two prayers together at Al-Muzdalifa

One's speed while one is leaving Arafat

Passing the night at Dhul-Hulaifa till dawn

People should be calm and patient on proceeding

Performance of Hajj as an enjoined duty

Performing Tawaf after Morning and Asr prayers

Performing Tawaf of the Kaba and then praying two Rakat, immediately on arrival at Mecca

Performing two Rakat after performance of Tawaf of Kaba

Performing two Rakat at of Tawaf behind Maqam Ibrahim

Performing two Rakat of Tawaf outside Mosque

Perfuming oneself after Rami and shaving the head before Tawaf-al-Ifada

Pointing a bent-headed stick towards the Black Stone

Pointing towards Corner on facing it

Praising and glorifying Allah and saying Takbir before reciting Talbiya

Praying anywhere inside the Kaba

Praying inside the Kaba

Proceeding at noon on the day of Arafat from Mosque of Namira towards Arafat

Pronouncing Adhan and Iqama for each of them

Providing the pilgrims with water to drink

Purchasing and garlanding the Hadi on the way

Raising hands for invocation near Al-Jamra-ad-Dunya and Al-Jamra-al-Wusta

Rami of the Jamra after Maghrib or shaving hair before slaughtering Hadi because of forgetfulness or ignorance

Rami of the Jamra from the middle of the valley

Rami of the Jamra with seven small pebbles

Recitation of Talbiya and Takbir on proceeding from Mina to Arafat

Reciting Talbiya aloud

Reciting Talbiya and Takbir in the morning of the Day of Nahr till the Rami of Jamrat-al-Aqaba

Reciting Talbiya on entering a valley

Reciting Talbiya when one has mounted his Mount riding animal and is ready to set out

Reciting Talbiya while facing Qibla

Riding alone or with somebody else during Hajj

Riding over the Budn

Sa'i going between Safa and Marwa

Saying 'Allahu-Akbar' on throwing each pebble

Saying Takbir inside the Kaba

Saying Takbir on facing the Corner

Sending the weak early from Al-Muzdalifa to Mina

Shortening the sermon on the day of Arafat

Slaughtering a cow on behalf of one's wives

Slaughtering before having one's head shaved

Slaughtering camels with one leg tied up

Slaughtering one's Hadi with one's own hands

Slaughtering sacrifices at the Manhar of the Prophet at Mina

Slaughtering the Budn while they are standing

Staying at Arafat

Staying on one's riding animal at Arafat

Taking a bath on entering Mecca

Talking while performing the Tawaf of the Kaba

Tawaf of men and women

Tawaf with ablution


The Black Stone

The covering of the Kaba

The covering sheet of the Budn

The covering sheets of Budn are to be given in charity

The demarcation of Mawaqit for Hajj

The demolishing of the Kaba

The garlanding of sheep

The mention of the intention to perform Hajj and the Talbiya

The prayer at Mina

The Prophet going for Hajj via Ash-Shajara way

The Rami of the Jamra

The residence of the Prophet in Mecca

The sermon during the days of Mina

The Statement of Allah:

The superiority of Al-Hajj-ul-Mabrur

The superiority of Mecca and its buildings

The superiority of the Haram of Mecca

The Talbiya

The Tawaf of the Qarin

The Tawaf Sa'i between Safa and Marwa

The time of the Fajr prayer at Jam

The use of perfume while assuming Ihram

Touching and kissing the Black Stone on reaching Mecca

Touching only the two Yemenite Corners of the Kaba

Trading during Hajj time, and sale in markets of the Pre-Islamic Period

Visiting the Kaba to perform Tawaf-al-Ifada on Day of Nahr 10th Dhul-Hijja

What kind of clothes a Muhrim should not wear

What kind of clothes a Muhrim should wear

What sort of Budn may be eaten by the one who offers it and what is to be distributed

When to depart from Jam i.e. Al-Muzdalifa

Where to offer Zuhr prayer on the day of Tarwiya

Zam-Zam water