What is UMRAH?
The Umrah is an Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, Hijaz, Saudi Arabia, performed by Muslims that can be undertaken at any time of the year, in contrast to the Hajj which has specific dates according to the Islamic lunar calendar.
Umrah is referred to as the ‘lesser pilgrimage’ or the ‘minor pilgrimage’ by many Muslims residing in different parts of the world as the major pilgrimage in Islam is the Hajj. Although Umrah is not an obligation when compared to Hajj, it is given great importance in Islam, as it is the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). It offers some spiritual benefits to those who undertake the pilgrimage from their homes to the holy city of Makkah.
Muslim Ummah residing in UAE, uses the different Umrah packages from Dubai such as Umrah 2019 Deals with Hotels and Umrah by air/flight, Umrah by bus to perform their religious responsibility. The Muslims of the UAE can save a considerable amount for the minor pilgrimage by booking their desired Umrah packages well in advance. For this purpose, they would have to Umrah tour package several months earlier, so that they are certain about the dates and do not have to cancel and rebook their packages later.
Importance of UMRAH in Our Lives
A man therefore feels better and more constructive in the place of Allah the Great, and the most important is the recognition of our misdeeds, and this recognition is sufficient to improve a Muslim person. Contacting Hajar E Aswad or kissing Hajar E Aswad is extremely amazing. Because of the possibility of Umrah, any reprehensible acts committed by a Muslim in the past can be forgiven.
Muslims ought to be extremely grateful to Allah the Almighty for this important tour. Because of the endless advantages and benefits, this journey is of great importance in the lives of Muslims. Muslims should not be inclined to do unnecessary exercises and should strive to invest their energy in big things. Our childhood invests its energy in the films and leaves inaccurate teachings from Islam, and we should do everything we can to welcome them in connection with Salah and the Koran. May Allah accept our religious deed. Ameen!