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32- Tawaf of Hajj, its prayer and sa'y

In an obligatory Hajj, the obligation are tawaf, its prayer and sa’y.

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  • 410

    The rules, procedures and conditions governing these aspects are similar to those set out for Umrah.

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  • 411

    It is mustahab to return to Makkah on the Eid day to perform tawaf. One should, as a matter of precaution, not postpone it beyond the eleventh of Thil Hijjah. Evidently, it is permissible to do so. Indeed, …

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  • 412

    As a matter of precaution, it is not permissible in Hajj-ut-Tamatu’ to perform the tawaf of Hajj, its prayer and the sa’y before the two wuqufs (stays) at Arafat and Muzdalifah.The only people who are permitted to perform …

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  • 413

    Those who perform tawaf of hajj after the two wuqufs at Arafat and Muzdalifah must perform it after shaving or taqseer. However, if they deliberately and knowingly perform it before the two wuqufs, they must repeat it afterwards …

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  • 414

    The rules applicable to the pilgrim who is unable to perform tawaf, its prayer and sa’y in Hajj-ut-Tamatu’ are the same as those applicable in Umrat-ut-Tamatu’ mentioned under Rules 326 and 342 above. It is necessary for …

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  • 415

    On completing tawaf, prayer and sa’y, use of perfume becomes lawful; however, intimacy with wife and, as a matter of precaution, hunting should remain out of bounds.

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  • 416

    Use of perfume will not become lawful for those permitted to perform tawaf and sa’y before the two wuqufs. That is, until after completing the ceremonies of Mina, i.e. rami, slaughtering hady and shaving or taqseer.

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