Live Hajj 2020-Watch Makkah Live Streaming Online

Live Hajj 2020 As the month of the Zilhaj started the spirit of the Muslims increase about Hajj days. Being A Muslims everyone Wants to offer Hajj in their Life. Some Go & others can not go but instead, they want to listen to the Hajj Kutba or see their Rukan. So You can see the Live streaming of the Hajj 2020 to fulfill your desires. Makkah’s live view is displayed and people can see Khana e Kaba live as well as the view of Arafat live.

On the 8th Zilhaj Hajj ruan is started & on the 9th Zilhaj, they offer the hajj in the Masjid e Nimrah in Medan e Irfan. Here in this article, I am going to share With you the Live Streaming of Hajj.

Watch Hajj 2020 Live Streaming Online 

Hajj is the 5th pilgrimage of Islam and Million of the Muslims are gather in the  Macca for Offer Hajj. But in this Year Due to COVID-19, Only 10000 People will gather to offer Hajj and you can see the live streaming. This hajj is started on the 29th of July 2020 till the 1st of August 2020. All Muslims follow the following steps to perform the Hajj. And Watch Live Streaming Of Hajj Here at the below:

Wear Ihram and make the intention to perform Hajj.
Pilgrims should again make an intention of Hajj after performing the Umrah and resume with Ihram

Travel to Mina:
After offering the Fajar prayers, all pilgrims must go to Mina where they stay the whole day carrying out all the custom/Act of Hajj and prayers or Zuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha– as stated in the Quran.

Travel to Mount of Arafat to Perform Wafuq:

During the second day of Hajj, the 9th day of Dhu-al-Hijjah, pilgrims travel to Arafat from Mina reciting Tasbeeh of Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik. Upon reaching Mount Arafat, pilgrims Offer prayer Duhr and Asr combined with Qasar prayers near the Jabal al-Rahmah from noon to sunset. This act is known as Waqif.

Offer Prayers in Muzdalifah
After sunset, pilgrims started to go to Muzdalifah to observe the Asr and Maghrib prayers and rest till night until Fajr prayers in preparation for the next day’s ritual of stoning the devil. Pilgrims pick up 49 pebbles of similar size for Rami (throwing stones). On the 10th day Dhu al-Hijjah, pilgrims leave for Mecca before sunset to do Tawaf al-Ifadah and Sa’iy and get back to Mina to perform Rami, Nahr, and Halq.

Perform Rami in Mina
On the 11th and 12th days of Hajj, pilgrims must complete the stoning of the Devil or Rami. Before Sunrise, pilgrims head back to Mina and participate in a ritual known as ‘Stoning the devil’. Seven pebbles (of similar sizes) are thrown at a stone structure known as Jamrat al-Aqabah. This is an act carried out at noon each day. All pilgrims are required to leave for Mecca before sunset on the 12th day of Dhu al-Hijjah.

Animal Sacrifice – Nahr
The high point of the stoning ceremony calls for animal sacrifice. For this pilgrims can purchase a sacrifice voucher or a coupon, which states that a sacrifice has been made in their name. the sacrificial animal is either a lamb or a camel. The animal is butchered and its meat is packed and shipped to other Middle Eastern countries or is fed to the poor.

 Halq (shaving the head) or Taqsir (clipping or shortening of the hair for men and women)
Men should get their head completely shaved, or get their hair clipped. While women are forbidden to shave their heads and only allowed to have a lock or strand of their hair clipped. The act of cutting the hair symbolizes one’s detachment from physical appearances and complete subjection to Allah.

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